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Call for participants: investigating user centric data quality

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Vijay Rajkiran Ramraj (Geographic Information Science, MSc) invites participants with experience of working with geospatial data to take part in short interviews. The focus of the research is to understand the expectations of the users regarding the spatial data quality.

Call for Papers: London Postgraduate French Conference

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CAll for Papers

Key Information

  • Abstracts of up to 250 words should be sent to before 1st September 2014.
  • The papers can be given in French or English but must not last longer than 20 minutes.

Jochen Hung compares Germany’s recent World Cup win to its political attitude (Guardian)

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Jochen Hung

Find out why Dr Jochen Hung (UCL German) is comparing Germany’s recent win of the World Cup to its political attitude, which focuses more on team work than individual leadership.

Grand Challenges funding

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We are pleased to announce that the Centre for Low Countries Studies has been awarded Grand Challenges funding for our project:

UCL Publishers' Prize inaugural winners announced

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Students from UCL's Publishing MA programme have this week announced the winners of the inaugural UCL Publishers' Prize, an award launched earlier this year with the aim of discovering a new generation of literary talent among the current student body.

UCL's Digital Festival: Digifest

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Centre for Editing Lives & Letters (CELL) secure a $0.5million Mellon Grant in Collaboration with Johns Hopkins and Princeton University

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Centre for Editing Lives & Letters

The Johns Hopkins University’s Sheridan Libraries, in partnership with University College London’s Centre for Editing Lives and Letters (CELL), and the Princeton University Library, have been awarded a $488,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to implement “The Archaeology of Reading in Early Modern Europe.” This new digital humanities research initiative will explore historical reading practices through the lens of manuscript annotations preserved in early printed books.

Slade Interdisciplinary Printmaking Workshop

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This one-day printmaking workshop on 9 July 2014 was organised by Dr Eleanor Morgan, Slade honorary research associate, with the support of printmaking technicians Dave Christopher and James Keith.

Dr Geraldine Brodie - Translating Idomeneus

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Dr Geraldine Brodie, teaching fellow in SELCS hosts a debate, "Translating Idomeneus" at the Gate Theatre in Notting Hill. Read more about the evening on the Gate Theatre's Blog.

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