History and Computing Data Management Workshop

History and Computing Data Management Workshop

22:08 03 March in Announcements
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Several months ago, Daniel Heidt gave a presentation at York University’s History department about using research technologies like cameras and tripods for archival research.  He also described a variety of photograph management software tools and strategies – including Confero – as well as the utility of various reference management software including Zotero, Sente, and Endnote for managing archival research. Check out a video of his talk here.

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Dan Heidt

Co-founder
Dan obtained his history PhD from Western University in 2014, and is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Trent University. His studies led him to innovate new and efficient techniques to economize academic research. As a co-founder if WI he continues to hone photography, organizing and analyzing strategies for social science, humanities, and science researchers. Over the years, he worked or co-supervised half a dozen Research Assistants. His research to-date has taken him to over a dozen archives located across Canada, the United States and England.

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