Hi @jezcope and all. Now i am with you, downloaded the app 🤭 will catch up with the roadmap tomorrow morning.
Re. About myself 👋; i work at British Library as a community engagement lead (i know that is a fancy and scary title but wait) for the Advancing Hyku (open source repository software) project. I am 0.5 at BL and that’s why i am involved in other repository projects in some other organisations. I thought i can be useful as facilitator and might be able to provide feedback for the workshop program. More importantly i can also learn more about data science while working, exchanging ideas with you.
Hello all, excited to be here, this is quite a niche field and I'm glad this network exists. I am Jajwalya (she/her), a Computational Sciences graduate student at George Mason University, interested in Digital Humanities research. I currently am working on a paper publication on "Computational Pattern Analysis of Linear A, an ancient Greek language using NLP and Knowledge Mining techniques" and the "Visualization & Simulation of the Ancient Silk Route". My experience include the following roles: Data Science internship at the National Gallery of Art, Digital Scholarship Graduate Research Assistantship at GMU Libraries, and now I am the Geo-Spatial Visualization Intern at the National Park Services. I have documented my projects at JajAndTheDigitalHumanities.com
I am hoping to connect and learn more on the field, especially from a Digital Humanities in GLAM spaces perspective in the industry, and Digital Scholarship practices in academia.