Author archive for Lauren Attana

  • Cultures & Community eNewsletter: August/September 2017

    eNewsletter snapshot: August/September 2017 Digital Humanities Pathways Forums: Roadshow Update Need help with your research project? Meet our new research…

  • It’s time to say goodbye to Tizard and hello to TANGO

    Tizard has been working around the clock since October 2012 to bring High Performance Computing to South Australian researchers and…

  • Planned outage for eRSA Storage Volumes – 6 July 2017

    We will be performing maintenance on our Compellent Storage Server on Thursday, July 6 2017 between 10am and 2pm. As…

  • eRSA Updates: May 2017

    eNewsletter snapshot: May 2017  Tech talk: Linked Data in Environmental Sciences: Promise and Reality Check ownCloud access now available to eRSA storage…

  • Cultures & Community eNewsletter: May 2017

    eNewsletter snapshot: May 2017 Cultures and Community Paper wins 2nd place at THETA! PRESENTATION: Enabling better data discovery of records…

  • eRSA at THETA 2017 Recap

    The eRSA team was out in full force at The Higher Education Technology Agenda (THETA) in Auckland, 7 – 10…

  • Cultures and Community takes on THETA 2017!

  • FULL PAPER: Enabling better data discovery of records across archives, institutions and libraries

    THETA 2017 Finnane Nisbet McGuinness Mason Rossow Wolski Full Paper

  • Digital Humanities Pathways Forum Recap

  • We’re launching a new interface for your eRSA data storage

    We’re introducing ownCloud, a file sync and share platform that is available for eRSA data storage. ownCloud is a useful…


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