Datasprint 2020: The Danish Borderland - Mining political opinions in 19th century newspapers
For the fifth year in a row, KUB Datalab is organising a Datasprint. The Datasprints in the library are informal learning experiences, where participants experiment with digital cultural heritage collections and digital methods for analysis and dissemination.
This year, we invite students and staff from Danish universities to join staff from Det Kgl. Bibliotek | Royal Danish Library to look into the historical Danish newspapers between 1830 – 1870, and examine the kind of language writers have used to express a political opinion that might be qualified as belonging to certain political currents.
Two separate Datasprints will take place:
Learn more and sign up for the Datasprint at: https://datasprint2020.kb.dk
KUB Datalab is Copenhagen University Library’s centre for working with data. Our focus is to support students and researchers at the University of Copenhagen in regards to their work with data and digital methods.
Through our learning activities, we support students in regards to: