DDays & DATeCH 2017 Call for participation
DDays & DATeCH 2017 Call for participation

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What are the Digitisation Days?

The Digitisation Days aim to present an up-to-date vision of the most recent advances in technology for the digitisation of text, to showcase successful experiences in their application and to explore the challenges for the near future of digitisation. It comprises the DATeCH International Conference that is conceived as forum to present, discuss and showcase latest techniques in digitisation and related fields. Continue reading

Extended deadline – DATeCH 2017

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EXTENDED DEADLINE – Abstracts due on 13 January and full papers on 20 January, 2017

We are proud to announce that the DATeCH International Conference and the Digitisation Days will take place on 1-2 June, 2017, in Göttingen. Below, we include the information of the DATeCH call for papers. For further information, please visit http://ddays.digitisation.eu. Continue reading

DATeCH International Conference – 2nd Call for papers, Deadline Jan. 7, 2017

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We are proud to announce that the DATeCH International Conference and the Digitisation Days will take place on 1-2 June, 2017, in Göttingen. Below, we include the information of the DATeCH call for papers. For further information, please visit http://ddays.digitisation.eu. Continue reading

Breakthrough in archival access: Googling through archives within reach
Breakthrough in archival access: Googling through archives within reach

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Pilot project Full Automatic Archival Access completed

AMSTERDAM|THE HAGUE|MADRID|NIJMEGEN – The ability to google through records is within reach, concludes the final report of the project Full Automatic Archival Access (FAAA). This project studied the opportunities to use new digital technologies to make paper based archives searchable at document-level. Four out of five words were correctly recognized by OCR- and NER-software. Continue reading