Cookies by AU Library: Introduction to LARM, 6 June, AU Library

Introduction to Larm (in Danish) by Iben Have, 6 June 9:00-10:00, AU Library, Nobelparken, Aarhus University

The talk is part of AU Library’s program ‘Cookies by AU Library’ which highlights services offered to researchers. Coffee, tea and cookies will be served. is an online platform where university researchers, teachers, and students have access to a huge archive of Danish radio and television programme from the State Media Archive. With access to millions of programs and affiliated OCR-scanned pdf-files from 1925 and onwards, users can explore the source material and use it in relation to research, teaching, presentations, exams, student projects etc. is not only a digital archive for radio and television. It also offers various search tools and is a workspace for cooperation in research and teaching. Users can organise, annotate and save collections of digital objects from the archives. They can link directly to the files, share collections with other (groups of) users, and add new information to the data, so the workspace is collectively enriched.

LARM is a community in DIGHUMLAB, read more about LARM here

Read more about ‘Cookies by AU Library’ here


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