This is the last of the seven blog posts we were asked to complete as participants in a #jiscexpo project. I like the process. This is a generalised version of our project budget. More than half goes to the preparation and annotation of digitised text from scans, both manually and using named entity recognition tools.
The other half is for software development and user engagement; hoping to work together closely here. Of course we hope to over-deliver. Also have a small amount allocated to have people travel to a workshop. There’s another, independently supported JISC workshop planned to happen at EPNS on September 3rd.
|EDINA National Datacentre, University of Edinburgh (project management, design, software development)||Â£21129|
|Language Technology Group, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh (text mining archival work, named entity recognition toolkit development)||Â£19198|
|Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis, Queens College Belfast (preparation of corrected digitised texts for use in archival text mining – the EPNS in a set schedule of volumes)||Â£15362|
|Centre for e-Research, Kings College London (backup project management, user needs and use case gathering, interviews, dissemination)||Â£12365|
|Amount Requested from JISC||Â£68054|