Visualising China at the JISC eContent Programme Meeting

Last month Simon Price and Nikki Rogers attended the first Programme Meeting for the 11 new projects funded by the new JISC e-Content Programme. JISCDigitisationLogo

We had several useful discussions with other projects such as those who like Visualising China are offering online collaborative workspaces and share dilemmas about integrating researcher and non-researcher contributions (for example Connected Histories and CEDAR).
Illustration of the Research Environment this project will create.
We also discussed Visualising China’s website and software plans with Malcolm Raggett, IT Manger at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), in relation to their project to create a Centre for Digital Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Malcolm is very interested in watching how how our project develops and so we are delighted to welcome him on to our project’s Steering Committee.

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