Make your data count

‘Things to do with Data’ talks to be broadcast live via the Web

It’s not always easy for everyone who would like to attend a talk to be physically present, especially in a geographically dispersed university such as Oxford. To help speakers at the ‘Things to do with Data’ series of Wednesday lunchtime talks reach a wider audience, we have therefore decided to stream their presentations (slides and audio) live to members of the University.

You will now find links from the Things to do with Data webpage to a URL where you can view the talks live as they take place. You won’t be able to ask the speaker questions via this medium, but it’s the next best thing to being in the room.

Furthermore, we will continue to make the presentations accessible online after the talks. You can already watch the recording of this term’s first talk – Martin Wynne speaking about the CLARIN Project – via the website.