Conference dates: June 23rd-29th, 2021
Meet us at ALA Annual, when we'll be presenting alongside our Adam Matthew Digital colleagues on Friday, June 25th at 11am.
Adam Matthew Digital will showcase one of its most highly anticipated collections, Colonial Caribbean, Module 1, which features a significant amount of manuscript material - which has been made more discoverable thanks to the newest technology available in Quartex - Handwritten Text Recognition with Transcription.
Read on for the full session overview:
Technology to aid teaching and research: How Adam Matthew’s Colonial Caribbean collection and Quartex platform use Handwritten Text Recognition and Metadata
Join our Book Buzz Bite to find out more about how our upcoming collection, Colonial Caribbean, Module I: Settlement, Slavery and Empire, 1624-1832 which stretches from the turbulent years of early British settlement to the rise of the abolition movement, uses Handwritten Text Recognition, including automated transcriptions, and metadata to aid discoverability and research across manuscript material.
We’ll also explore how this Handwritten Text Recognition technology and metadata can be applied when publishing your own digital archival content through Quartex.