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Through a glass, darkly – reflections upon digitisation

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Digitisation is a process in which we seek to find a digital future from the material cultures and intellectual objects of the past. We seek to reflect upon these to gain new insights and possibly even fresh enlightenment. But as Paul the apostle stated in 1 Corinthians 13:12: “we see through a glass, darkly” and have an obscure or imperfect vision. Simon Tanner hopes in this keynote he will add light by sharing his reflections upon the benefits and value of digitization to research and scholarship. Further he will seek to provoke debate and discussion – can we see more clearly by using digitization as a means to investigate the past?
Keynote given at:
https://clarkestudios.wordpress.com/symposium-programme/abstracts/

Podcast of presentation here:
https://soundcloud.com/tlrhub/session-2part-3-digital-collections-keynote

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Through a glass, darkly – reflections upon digitisation

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