Author archive for Lauren Attana

  • April Tech Talk: Data maturity model and Data Lifecycle

    If you’re involved in managing research data, then our “Tech Talk” forum is for you. Monthly Tech Talk meetings are…

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  • We are expanding our big memory HPC services

    We are expanding our big memory HPC services and will be providing a new and exciting way to interface with…

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  • Pawsey Roadshow: Helping researchers take their projects to the next level

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  • Cultures & Community eNewsletter: February 2017

    eNewsletter snapshot: February 2017 The Cultures & Community Project Update: February Workshop with Archive, Library and Research sectors Omeka, HuNI…

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  • Cultures & Community Project Update February 2017

    I am pleased to report on the progress made under the Cultures and Community Project to date as we have…

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  • Omeka, HuNI & NLTK: eRSA’s trip to Resbaz 2017

    Recently, our User Experience Coordinator Joey Gerlach attended the Melbourne ResBaz to further explore what is needed by the Humanities…

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  • Cultures & Community Solution Design Workshop

    The project team descended on Brisbane’s South Bank precinct to meet with members from the archive, library and research sectors…

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  • March Tech Talk: Data Visualisation

    If you’re involved in managing research data, then our “Tech Talk” forum is for you. Monthly Tech Talk meetings are…

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  • Cultures & Community Project Update January 2017

    I am pleased to report on the progress made under the Cultures and Community Project to date as we have…

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