DCDC22 | Innovative practice in search and discovery



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DCDC stands for Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities. It is a cross-sectoral conference, hosted by The National Archives, RLUK and Jisc, that brings together the GLAMA sectors (galleries, libraries, archives, museums and academia) to shine a light on our shared experiences, innovations, interests and concerns. DCDC22 explored how digital innovation is transforming the cultural heritage and academic sectors and their relationship with their audiences. https://dcdcconference.com/

Enhancing the Discoverability and Accessibility of Handwritten Texts: Applying Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) to McGill University Library Collect - Jacquelyn Sundberg & Carolyn Pecoskie, McGill Library

Nailing a little jelly to the wall of Artificial Intelligence - Jenny Bunn, The National Archives

Digitally curious: Context beyond the search window - Stephanie Decker, University of Bristol Business School; Adam Nix, Birmingham Business School; David Kirsch, University of Maryland; Santhilata Kuppili Venkata, The National Archives
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