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KB Lab history

We regularly get requests of colleagues asking how we set up our Lab within the KB. We're always happy to share this and meet up with people who are doing...

16 July: Webinar on KB Researcher-in-residence

The National Library of the Netherlands (KB) recently launched the 2020 Call for proposals for the Researcher-in-residence programme. Who are we looking for? Are you an early career social scientist,...

Call KB Researcher-in-residence 2020 - CLOSED

Are you an early career data scientist, social scientist, computer scientist, humanities scholar, or more simply put, a researcher working with or interested in our digital collections, such as the...

ICDAR2019 Competition on Digitised Magazine Article Segmentation

We have digitised over 100 million pages of text, of which 4.4 million are from magazines. These magazines are full-text searchable via the our platform Delpher , but the articles...

Call for contributions iPRES 2019

The international conference of digital preservation is looking for submissions for their 2019 conference in Amsterdam. This is the full Call for Contributions for the 16th International Conference on Digital...

Wanted: Participants for ICT with Industry workshop on automated metadata

Are you an academic researcher and into a week of researching and coding on our challenge of creating automated metadata? Please join us during the ICT With Industry workshop in...


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Past events



Libraries As Research Partner in Digital Humanities

Libraries and other cultural heritage organisations (CHOs) and their staff occupy a central role in digital humanities. Given the importance many of these organisations attach to their role as supporters of research, a case can be made for the opportunity...



LIBER Conference

The KB Lab will present the following paper at the LIBER conference; Session 4 (Wednesday 26 June 14:45): Beyond Assisting Digital Humanities Scholars: 5 Years of Researchers in Residence at the National Library of The Netherlands, - Martijn Kleppe, Lotte...



XXVth Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians

Researcher-in-residence dr. Annemieke Romein will present her RiR project "Entangled history! Making ordinances searchable' during the XXVth Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians at the panel 'The identity of the Southern Netherlands’.

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