Category Archives: Session: Teach

TEACH: Database fundamentals

Having data in a spreadsheet can be fine for many types of data and projects, but when you want to start interrogating the data in more complex ways a relational database is much more powerful. There are numerous programmes around … Continue reading

Categories: Linked Data, Session: Teach | 4 Comments

TEACH: Using Video Essays as a Research/Teaching Tool

Now that editing software is easily available and it is increasingly simple to download/rip AV content, video essays are becoming increasingly popular. Two main trends seem to be emerging: 1. Video essays that merge text, sound and visual content in … Continue reading

Categories: Digital Literacy, Open Access, Session: Teach, Visualization | 3 Comments

TEACH: What can a SPARQL endpoint do for you?

— [Update: 3 December 2013]: A blog summarizing a little of what I presented at my THATCamp session can be found here:¬†exponentialdecay.co.uk/blog/architecture-of-the-fr-org/¬†– Thanks to all those who attended!] — Two-weeks back I built myself a linked file-format registry. For me, … Continue reading

Categories: Coding, Linked Data, Session Proposals, Session: Talk, Session: Teach | Tags: , , , , | 2 Comments