On 29th March 2011 Nicola, from the Addressing History team, gave a short “Pecha Kucha” presentation on AddressingHistory at the LIFE-SHARE Digital Collaboration Colloquium in Sheffield. LIFE-SHARE has been a project looking at digitisation and digital preservation of historical materials across three universities (Leeds, Sheffield and York) and the event focused on sharing experiences and ideas about the ways in which digital materials can be made available and shared with wider communities.
You can view Nicola’s presentation – which won the best Pecha Kucha prize! – on Slideshare or here:
Nicola had hoped to liveblog the day but for various technical reasons had to save her notes for later hence this very belated write up.