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GLAM Workbench citations

This page brings together references to the GLAM Workbench and its associated tools, such as the Trove Newspaper Harvester and QueryPic.


Ahnert, Ruth, Emma Griffin, Mia Ridge, and Giorgia Tolfo. “Collaborative Historical Research in the Age of Big Data: Lessons from an Interdisciplinary Project.” Elements in Historical Theory and Practice, January 2023.
Ailwood, Sarah, and Maree Sainsbury. “Copyright Law, Readers and Authors in Colonial Australia.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature 14, no. 3 (2014).
———. “The Imperial Effect: Literary Copyright Law in Colonial Australia.” Law, Culture and the Humanities 12, no. 3 (October 1, 2016): 716–40.
Akiki, Christopher, Odunayo Ogundepo, Aleksandra Piktus, Xinyu Zhang, Akintunde Oladipo, Jimmy Lin, and Martin Potthast. “Spacerini: Plug-and-Play Search Engines with Pyserini and Hugging Face.” arXiv, February 28, 2023.
Ames, Sarah, and Lucy Havens. “Exploring National Library of Scotland Datasets with Jupyter Notebooks.” IFLA Journal, December 27, 2021, 034003522110654.
Australian Academy of the Humanities. “Australia’s Data-Enabled Research Future: Humanities.” Report. Australian Academy of the Humanities, June 23, 2022. Australia.
Bagnall, Kate, and Tim Sherratt. “Missing Links: Data Stories from the Archive of British Settler Colonial Citizenship.” Journal of World History 32, no. 2 (2021): 281–300.
Bednarek, Monika, and Georgia Carr. “Computer-Assisted Digital Text Analysis for Journalism and Communications Research: Introducing Corpus Linguistic Techniques That Do Not Require Programming.” Media International Australia 181, no. 1 (November 1, 2021): 131–51.
Beelen, Kaspar, Sally Chambers, Marten Düring, Laura Hollink, Stefan Jänicke, Axel Jean-Caurant, Julia Noordegraaf, and Eva Pfanzelter. “Fairness and Transparency throughout a Digital Humanities Workflow: Challenges and Recommendations.” In Computational Approaches to Digitised Historical Newspapers (Dagstuhl Seminar 22292), edited by Maud Ehrmann, Marten Düring, Clemens Neudecker, and Antoine Doucet. Dagstuhl Reports. 2023, n.d.
Beinert, Tobias, Katharina Schmid, and Konstanze Weimer. “Infrastrukturen und Services für die wissenschaftliche Nutzung von Webarchiven: Ein Überblick.” o-bib. Das offene Bibliotheksjournal / Herausgeber VDB 9, no. 3 (August 9, 2022): 1–15.
Bell, Mark, Tom Storrar, and Jane Winters. “Web Archives and the Problem of Access: Prototyping a Researcher Dashboard for the UK Government Web Archive.” In Archives, Access and Artificial Intelligence Working with Born-Digital and Digitized Archival Collections, edited by Lise Jaillant, 61–81. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, 2022.
Berlin, John, Mat Kelly, Michael L. Nelson, and Michele C. Weigle. “To Re-Experience the Web: A Framework for the Transformation and Replay of Archived Web Pages.” ACM Transactions on the Web, March 27, 2023.
Berthon, Hilary. “A Treasure Trove of Community Language Newspapers.” In The Transnational Voices of Australia’s Migrant and Minority Press, edited by Catherine Dewhirst and Richard Scully, 209–24. Palgrave Studies in the History of the Media. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2020.
Bingham, Nicola Jayne, and Helena Byrne. “Archival Strategies for Contemporary Collecting in a World of Big Data: Challenges and Opportunities with Curating the UK Web Archive.” Big Data & Society 8, no. 1 (January 1, 2021): 2053951721990409.
Brasil, Eric. “pyHDB - Ferramenta Heurística para a Hemeroteca Digital Brasileira: utilizando técnicas de web scraping para a pesquisa em História.” História da Historiografia: International Journal of Theory and History of Historiography 15, no. 40 (December 31, 2022): 186–217.
Buchanan, Sarah A, Karen F Gracy, Joshua Kitchens, and Richard Marciano. “Computational Thinking Integration into Archival Educators’ Networked Instruction,” n.d.
Bunout, Estelle, Maud Ehrmann, and Frédéric Clavert, eds. Digitised Newspapers – A New Eldorado for Historians?: Reflections on Tools, Methods and Epistemology. De Gruyter, 2022.
Candela, Gustavo. “Towards a Semantic Approach in GLAM Labs: The Case of the Data Foundry at the National Library of Scotland.” arXiv, January 26, 2023.
Candela, Gustavo, and Rafael C. Carrasco. “Discovering Emerging Topics in Textual Corpora of Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums Institutions.” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology n/a, no. n/a. Accessed February 24, 2022.
Candela, Gustavo, María Dolores Sáez, MPilar Escobar Esteban, and Manuel Marco-Such. “Reusing Digital Collections from GLAM Institutions:” Journal of Information Science, August 24, 2020.
Candela, Gustavo, María-Dolores Sáez, Pilar Escobar, and Manuel Marco-Such. “A Benchmark of Spanish Language Datasets for Computationally Driven Research.” Journal of Information Science, December 13, 2021, 01655515211060530.
Cannon, Alice. “Metallic Memorandum Books—History, Materials and Conservation.” AICCM Bulletin 43, no. 1 (January 2, 2022): 3–14.
Cuper, Mirjam. “Researching Pandemics Through Time: A Covid-19 Inspired Data-Driven Approach to Explore Historical Newspapers.” In Linking Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, edited by Gerd Berget, Mark Michael Hall, Daniel Brenn, and Sanna Kumpulainen, 227–31. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2021.
Darby, Andrew, Catherine Nicole Coleman, Claudia Engel, Daniel van Strien, Mike Trizna, and Zachary W. Painter. “AI Training Resources for GLAM: A Snapshot.” arXiv, May 10, 2022.
Edwards, Grace. “Dancing Dragons: Reflections on Creating a Cultural History of the Chinese Australian Community.” Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies 6 (2013): 10.
Frew, Lesley, Michael L. Nelson, and Michele C. Weigle. “Making Changes in Webpages Discoverable: A Change-Text Search Interface for Web Archives.” arXiv, April 30, 2023.
Gomes, Daniel. “Web archives as research infrastructure for digital societies: the case study of” Archeion 2022, no. 123 (November 14, 2022).
Graham, Shawn, Ian Milligan, Scott B. Weingart, and Kimberley Martin. Exploring Big Historical Data: The Historian’s Macroscope. New Jersey: WSPC, 2022.
Healy, Sharon, Helena Byrne, Katharina Schmid, Olga Holownia, Michael Kurzmeier, Nicola Bingham, and Robert Jansma. “Skills, Tools, and Knowledge Ecologies in Web Archive Research.” WARCnet Special Report. Aarhus, Denmark, 2022.
Holman, Brett. “Dreaming War.” History Australia 10, no. 2 (January 1, 2013): 180–201.
Lamond, JULIEANNE. “Zones of Connection: Common Reading in a Regional Australian Library.” In Print Culture Histories Beyond the Metropolis, edited by JAMES J. CONNOLLY, PATRICK COLLIER, FRANK FELSENSTEIN, KENNETH R. HALL, and ROBERT G. HALL, 355–74. University of Toronto Press, 2016.
Lieber, Sven, Dylan Van Assche, Sally Chambers, Fien Messens, Friedel Geeraert, Julie M. Birkholz, and Anastasia Dimou. “BESOCIAL : A Sustainable Knowledge Graph-Based Workflow for Social Media Archiving.” In Further with Knowledge Graphs : Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Semantic Systems, 53:198–212. IOS, 2021.
Liukkonen, Erno, Liisa Näpärä, Tuula Pääkkönen, and Juha Rautiainen. “Aineistopaketit ja rajapinnat tutkijoiden työkaluna Kansalliskirjastossa: mahdollisuudet ja rajoitteet.” Informaatiotutkimus 40, no. 3 (November 5, 2021): 189–215.
Mabe, Abigail, Dhruv Patel, Maheedhar Gunnam, Surbhi Shankar, Mat Kelly, Sawood Alam, Michael L. Nelson, and Michele C. Weigle. “Visualizing Webpage Changes Over Time.” ArXiv:2006.02487 [Cs], June 3, 2020.
Meyrick, Julian. “Looking Forwards to the 1950s: Utilising the Concept of Hauntology to Investigate Australian Theatre History.” Australasian Drama Studies, no. 80 (April 2022): 7–41.
Musgrove, Nell. “Twice Forgotten: Assessing the Scale and Nature of Foster Care Coverage in Australian Historical Newspapers.” The History of the Family 25, no. 1 (January 2, 2020): 70–93.
Musgrove, Nell, and Deidre Michell. “Rediscovering Foster Care.” In The Slow Evolution of Foster Care in Australia: Just Like a Family?, edited by Nell Musgrove and Deidre Michell, 197–219. Palgrave Studies in the History of Childhood. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2018.
Németh Márton. “Webarchívum mint a tudományos kutatások tárgya.” Tudományos és Műszaki Tájékoztatás 67, no. 12 (December 8, 2020): 757–65.
Neudecker, Clemens. “Who Cares about Yesterday’s News? Use Cases and Requirements for Newspaper Digitization,” 2016.
Oberbichler, Sarah, Emanuela Boroş, Antoine Doucet, Jani Marjanen, Eva Pfanzelter, Juha Rautiainen, Hannu Toivonen, and Mikko Tolonen. “Integrated Interdisciplinary Workflows for Research on Historical Newspapers: Perspectives from Humanities Scholars, Computer Scientists, and Librarians.” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology n/a, no. n/a. Accessed August 28, 2021.
Ogden, Jessica, Michael Kurzmeier, Frédéric Clavert, and Morgan Currie. How to Design Web Archives Research. 1 Oliver’s Yard, 55 City Road, London EC1Y 1SP United Kingdom: SAGE Publications, Ltd., 2022.
Osmond, Gary. “‘Pink Tea and Sissy Boys’: Digitized Fragments of Male Homosexuality, Non-Heteronormativity and Homophobia in the Australian Sporting Press, 1845–1954.” The International Journal of the History of Sport 32, no. 13 (September 2, 2015): 1578–92.
Patel, Dhruv, Michele C. Weigle, Michael L. Nelson, and Alexander C. Nwala. “What Did It Look Like: A Service for Creating Website Timelapses Using the Memento Framework.” In 2021 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 340–41, 2021.
Péter, Róbert. “Digitális és módszertani fordulat a sajtókutatásban.” AETAS - Történettudományi folyóirat, no. 1 (2015): 5–30.
Phillips, Murray G., and Gary Osmond. “Australia’s Women Surfers: History, Methodology and the Digital Humanities.” Australian Historical Studies 46, no. 2 (May 4, 2015): 285–303.
Phillips, Murray G., Gary Osmond, and Stephen Townsend. “A Bird’s-Eye View of the Past: Digital History, Distant Reading and Sport History.” The International Journal of the History of Sport 32, no. 15 (October 13, 2015): 1725–40.
Povroznik, Nadezhda. “Web-History: Designing a Course, Shaping the Discipline.” International Journal of Digital Humanities, May 30, 2022.
Rockwell, Geoffrey, Kaylin Land, and Andrew MacDonald. “Social Analytics Through Spyral.” Pop! Public. Open. Participatory, no. 3 (November 9, 2021).
Roued-Cunliffe, Henriette. Open Heritage Data: An Introduction to Research, Publishing and Programming with Open Data in the Heritage Sector. Facet Publishing, 2020.
Shep, Sydney J. “At the Crossroads: Book History Meets Digital Humanities.” Digital Studies / Le Champ Numérique 6, no. 6 (August 2, 2016).
———. “The Printers’ Web.” In Advancing Digital Humanities: Research, Methods, Theories, edited by Paul Longley Arthur and Katherine Bode, 68–82. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2014.
Sherratt, Tim. “Digital Revolutions: The Limits and Affordances of Online Collections.” In The Australian History Industry, edited by Paul Ashton and Paula Hamilton, 79–92. Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2021.
———. “More than Newspapers.” History Australia 18, no. 4 (September 6, 2021): 837–40.
Sleight, Dr Simon. Young People and the Shaping of Public Space in Melbourne, 1870–1914. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2013.
Smaal, Yorick. “Keeping It in the Family: Prosecuting Incest in Colonial Queensland.” Journal of Australian Studies 37, no. 3 (September 2013): 316–32.
Smithies, James. “Full Stack DH: Building a Virtual Research Environment on a Raspberry Pi.” In Making Things and Drawing Boundaries: Experiments in the Digital Humanities, edited by Jentery Sayers, 102–14. University of Minnesota Press, 2017.
———. “Software Intensive Humanities.” In The Digital Humanities and the Digital Modern, edited by James Smithies, 153–202. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2017.
Talboom, Leontien. “Re-Envisioning Access for the Digital Preservation Community: Challenges, Opportunities and Recommendations.” Doctoral Thesis, UCL (University College London). Doctoral, UCL (University College London), 2023.
Talboom, Leontien, and Mark Bell. “Keeping It under Lock and Keywords: Exploring New Ways to Open up the Web Archives with Notebooks.” Archival Science, July 4, 2022.
Tanaka, Koji, Chenhui Chu, Tomoyuki Kajiwara, Yuta Nakashima, Noriko Takemura, Hajime Nagahara, and Takao Fujikawa. “Corpus Construction for Historical Newspapers: A Case Study on Public Meeting Corpus Construction Using OCR Error Correction.” SN Computer Science 3, no. 6 (September 25, 2022): 489.
Terras, Melissa. “Digital Humanities and Digitized Cultural Heritage.” In The Bloomsbury Handbook to the Digital Humanities, edited by James O’Sullivan, 255–66. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022.
Weaver, Belinda. “The Efficacy and Usefulness of Software Carpentry Training: a Follow-up Cohort Study.” MPhil Thesis, The University of Queensland, 2020.
Wilms, Lotte, Caleb Derven, and Merisa Martinez. “LIBER Digital Humanities and Digital Cultural Heritage Working Group: A Case Study of International Collaboration and Network Building.” Art Libraries Journal 46, no. 2 (April 2021): 57–63.
Wrisley, David Joseph, Estelle Guéville, and Niccolò Acram Cappelletto. “Creating New Audiences for Digital Objects Through University-Museum Collboration,” April 2022.
Zhang, Xuanhui, Weijia Zhang, Yuxiang (Chris) Zhao, and Qinghua Zhu. “Imbalanced Volunteer Engagement in Cultural Heritage Crowdsourcing: A Task-Related Exploration Based on Causal Inference.” Information Processing & Management 59, no. 5 (September 1, 2022): 103027.

Websites & blog posts

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Archives, The National. “The National Archives - Catching up with More Former Bridging the Digital Gap Trainees.” Text. The National Archives blog. The National Archives, June 24, 2022.
Berends, Felicity. “Library Guides: Text Mining & Text Analysis: Open Sources.” Accessed December 17, 2021.
Candela, Gustavo, María Dolores Sáez, María Pilar Escobar, and Manuel Marco Such. “Reutilizar colecciones digitales: GLAM Labs.” Programming Historian, August 30, 2021.
ELAG. “Collections as Data and Juypter Notebooks: Experimenting in Library Labs,” October 24, 2020.
Digital Preservation Coalition. “Computational Access: A Beginner’s Guide,” 2022.
“D3 JavaScript Visualisation in a Python Jupyter Notebook – Living with Machines.” Accessed November 9, 2020.
Judaica DH at the Penn Libraries. “Early American Judaica as Data.” Accessed December 17, 2021.
“Exploring The National Bibliography of Scotland (Version 1) – Data Foundry.” Accessed November 9, 2020.
BVMC.Labs. “GLAM Jupyter Notebooks.” Accessed November 9, 2020.
“Hacking heritage.” Accessed November 9, 2020.
Laing, Fiona. “Exploring Digitised Official Publications: Large-Scale Text Analysis of ‘Britain and UK Handbooks.’” SWOP Forum (blog), September 24, 2020.
Larissa and Medhavi. “#8 Spaces under Development.” Substack newsletter. Dig It! (blog), February 26, 2021.
Now, Circulating. “Exploring the Data of Web Archives as Part of Data Science @ NLM.” Circulating Now from NLM, May 13, 2021.
“Providing Computational Access to the Polytechnic Magazine (1879 to 1960),” n.d.
Ross Spencer. “Digital Preservation at the Coalface: Or How I Learned That Glamping Doesn’t Always Involve the Vast Wilderness.” Exponentialdecay [-Dot-] Co [-Dot-] Uk (blog). Accessed November 9, 2020.
“State Library Victoria Bendigo or Sandhurst? History through Newspapers.” Accessed April 29, 2021.
Stefano Morello. “DARC Open Meeting Recap.” GC Digital Fellows (blog), November 18, 2020.
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“UK Web Archive.” In Wikipedia, November 6, 2020.
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