By Claire Ross, on 3 June 2010
The next Decoding Digital Humanities meet up will be held on 21st June, 2010.
Decoding with a twist
There is a slight twist to this meet up. There has been a lot of discussion following the Launch of the Centre for Digital Humanities so we are following it up! We are going to focus on the value and differences between paid for and free content and software. What does copyright, paywalls, and open source mean for the Humanities, educational institutions and cultural content?
As before, we have assigned some reading to provide a focus for our discussions:
Or you can watch the webcast here
Raymond, E.S. 2005. The Cathedral and the Bazaar
Date: Monday, 21st June 2010
Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Location: Jeremy Bentham pub, 31 University Street, London, WC1E 6JL (map)
This event is open to UCL staff and students, and their guests. RSVP is appreciated but not required. If you cannot make this date but are interested in future events, you can subscribe to the Decoding DH mailing list or send us a quick email .