Why we should all think about data preservation

Why we should all think about data preservation

This post originally appeared on the School of Advanced Study Blog. By Stephanie Taylor Although the SHARD project ended some time ago, in July 2012. The project identified  four basic principles of digital preservation for researchers – start early, explain it, store...
Learning about British Medieval Scripts with the InScribe module

Learning about British Medieval Scripts with the InScribe module

The Institute of Historical research are pleased to announce the release of InScribe Module 2: Script. This is the second instalment from the online platform InScribe: Palaeography Learning Materials and follows the introductory module released in January 2013....
Pick’s posters and progress: a design strategy for the Underground

Pick’s posters and progress: a design strategy for the Underground

Going Underground: Travel Beneath the Metropolis 1863-2013 17 January 2013 Oliver Green Pick’s posters and progress: a design strategy for the Underground   Abstract: In the early decades of the 20th century the London Underground was transformed from being simply a...
Movement, Vision, Underground

Movement, Vision, Underground

Going Underground: Travel Beneath the Metropolis 1863-2013 17 January 2013 Marko Jobst Movement, Vision, Underground Abstract: This paper looks at the history of vision in architectural modernity and its failed acknowledgement of the London Underground. While there...