Here you find information about the research conducted by the university’s 53 professors, 137 senior lecturers, 51 docents, 175 lecturers, and 63 doctoral students (November 2017).
Swedish School of Library and Information Science
Room number: C308a
Mats Dahlström's areas of research are digitization, bibliography, text encoding, scholarly editing, digital libraries, and new media studies. He is involved in several national and international cultural heritage digitization projects, digital editing & research projects, and has published studies on i.a. e-books, textual theory, media theory and document architecture. He is the editor of the open access, peer reviewed journal Human IT (http://etjanst.hb.se/bhs/ith//humanit.htm).
Dahl, T., Dahlström, M., Doracic, A. and Maceviciute, E. (2018). Scandinavian cooperation in teaching a joint Master’s course on e-books. Osijek, Croatia , pp. 35-45.
Dahlström, M. (2017). Digitizing cultural heritage material. Göteborg: University of Gothenburg.
Dahlström, M. (2017). Lights and shadows. Athens: National Library of Greece.
Researcher's publications in DiVA (Digitala Vetenskapliga Arkivet)
The editor's text: bibliographic functions in scholarly editing
Building Capacity for Knowledge and Information Production and Sharing for Sociio-Economic Development in Uganda (KIPS)
Start date: 1/1/2016 - End date: 6/30/2020
DiXiT -- Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network
Financier: EU - The 7th Framework Programme
COST Action A32
Start date: 4/3/2006 - End date: 12/31/2010
Financier: Cost - European Cooperation in Sciende and Technology
Joint Nordic Use of WAB Bergen and VWA Helsinki
Start date: 1/1/2008 - End date: 12/31/2011
Training the trainers. Dissemination of knowledge on digitisation
Start date: 9/1/2013 - End date: 8/31/2015
Financier: European Commission
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