Oxford Text Archive

The blog will focus on:

  • announcements of new resources in the Oxford Text Archive, and new features in the web interface;
  • explanations of how the OTA works and why, to help users make the most of it (e.g. how to log in, how SAML2 authentication works);
  • announcement of and reports from events with OTA involvement;
  • news about collaborations and connections, e.g. with CLARIN and DARIAH, and with developments in the UK research infrastructure;
  • legacy posts about the OTA and digital humanities, rescued from unreliable platforms.

The blog represents personal views, and is not the official blog of any organisation.

Cite this blog post
Martin Wynne (2019, November 29). Oxford Text Archive. Oxford Text Archive. Retrieved June 17, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/slnw

Author: Martin Wynne

Martin Wynne is a digital research specialist, corpus linguist and repository manager in the Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics at the University of Oxford.

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