Researcher Lauren Gawne has just completed a linguistics PhD thesis. She is not necessarily a technical person, yet has embraced the technologies of the NeCTAR cloud and by doing so, says it has created many online benefits, cost savings, efficiencies and collaborations. “I can now search texts much quicker and modify them to suit my purposes." Lauren is encouraging other researchers. "Reach out...there is such great infrastructure...try something new and do not be afraid.”
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THATCamp Brisbane, 25 August 2012
The Humanities and Technology Camp, Brisbane, 25 August 2012
THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp) is an international movement that provides opportunities for humanists and technologists of all skill levels to learn and build together in sessions proposed on the spot.
The Brisbane camp organizers were Anna Gerber and Roger Osborne who are both key members of the AustESE project team. Both Anna and Roger presented or chaired multiple sessions during the day. Desmond Schmidt who is a member of the AustESE steering committee (as is Roger) presented on AustESE infrastructure.