Author archive for Lauren Attana

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

    The below is the abstract successfully submitted for the THETA 2017 conference Enabling better data discovery of records across archives,…

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  • eRSA at Resbaz for Digital Humanities

    Melbourne Tuesday 21 –  Thursday 23 February 2017 Register The Research Bazaar, affectionately known as ResBaz, is a worldwide festival promoting…

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  • eRSA visits Tasmanian State Library, Archives & Heritage Office

    On 11 and 12 January, the Cultures and Communities’ Business Analyst, Michael McGuinness, and Digital Humanities User Experience Coordinator, Naomi…

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  • Monthly Tech Talk: Australian Science Clouds

    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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  • A snapshot of eRSA’s 2016

    2016 saw the transformation of eRSA herald an exciting phase of growth, underpinned by our foundation of excellent service provision. …

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  • 3 Workshops to help you prepare for your New Year’s data analysis

    You’re invited to attend our latest workshops for researchers wanting a practical introduction into using the Nectar Research Cloud, RStudio in…

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