Freyja van den Boom

OpenCon Conference 2016

Every year Opencon brings together leading students and early career academic professionals from across the world to discuss and learn about issues related to...
Freyja van den Boom

FutureTDM reports on APE 2017

A few weeks ago the FutureTDM poster travelled to Berlin to be shown during the APE conference organized by Academic Publishing in Europe (APE)Publishing...

Text and Data Mining using Cultural Heritage Data

On June 14, I presented the FutureTDM and Openminted projects, in which LIBER is a partner, at the Member State Expert Group on Digitisation...
Frank Hellwig

iCLIC Data Mining and Data Sharing Workshop (Part 2)

Report 2: Sui generis database right, functional vs. technical view, caveats of the Japanese TDM exception, integrationThis is the second of three blog...

Interview: Julia Reda MEP (Digital Agenda Intergroup)

Our FutureTDM Workshop in Brussels on 27 September 2016 is sponsored by the European Parliament Digital Agenda Intergroup. We interviewed Julia Reda MEP, member of...

What is a Knowledge Cafe? Our Video Summary

You will have seen a lot of information on our website about how FutureTDM is engaging with stakeholders on the issue of content mining...

FutureTDM Participating in EU Presidency Event on Open Science

As Part of the Dutch Presidency Open Science Conference next week, FutureTDM will be taking part in one of four coveted ‘Open Science Cafes’....
Freyja van den Boom

FutureTDM at Creative Commons Global Summit

We were very pleased that our FutureTDM session proposal was accepted for the 2017 Creative Commons Global Summit.This years summit took place in April...
Hege van Dijke

A Flavour of What’s to Come: FutureTDM Workshop at DISH

FutureTDM at DISH – Listening to the Cultural Heritage SectorThe Future is all Mine!On 7 December 2015, the text and data mining projects FutureTDM and...

FutureTDM at the EUhackathon: Visualising Copyright Evidence

The theme of the 6th edition of the EUhackathon held in Brussels last week was ‘visualising copyright evidence to inform the policy debate...