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Welcoming the new Journal of Open Humanities Data

Originally posted on Webstory: Peter Webster's blog:
After some months in the making, I am delighted to be able to draw attention to the new Journal of Open Humanities Data. I’m particularly pleased to be a member of the…

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New British Library metadata for theology and church history

Originally posted on Webstory: Peter Webster's blog:
Less well-known that it should be is the British Library’s recent venture of making subsets of its collection metadata available for download and reuse on a Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication basis.…

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Open Data, Open Standards and Open Source: field notes from the SeNeReKo project

[A guest post by Frederik Elwert, post-doctoral researcher at the Centre for Religious Studies at Ruhr-University in Bochum, Germany. He is to be found on Twitter @felwert ] The Center for Religious Studies (CERES) at Ruhr-University Bochum is a great

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