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  • Lecture Capture – can it help ‘hard to reach’ students? 

    Newcombe, MJ (University of Greenwich, 2017)
    What are the consequences of implementing Lecture Capture technology and how does it support students, especially those who are ‘hard to reach’? There is growing evidence around the benefits lecture recordings provide to ...
  • Life Out of Death—Violent FX and Its Vivacious Power 

    Johnson, PS (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2017-03-21)
    This article examines the use of digital visual effects in violently disturbing films and how they reformulate them into newly observable cinematic imagery. It discusses how visual effects show cinematic violence as producing ...
  • The Famine Project: Structuring Data 

    Stringer, GB (University of Exeter, 2015)
    A report on current technologies deployed in the AHRC-funded project "Famine & Dearth in India & Britain, 1550-1800", presented at the workshop: Food Security and the Environment in India and Britain: historical and cultural ...
  • Workflow, Responsibility and Quality Control for Digital Editions: A Case Study 

    Stringer, GB (DRHA, 2009-09)
    The modern digital edition of a literary work is most often a collaborative product, with many contributors participating in the process of production, from the planning and image capture phases through to the electronic ...

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