Alexis Tindall Digital Humanities Australasia 2018

Alexis Tindall

Alexis is part of eRSA’s Research Engagement team, working with humanities and social sciences researchers to help them access data storage and compute facilities through eRSA. In this role she manages the ARDC supported Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Data Enhanced Virtual Laboratory project. This multi-partner project endeavours to improve accessibility of and support for digital research tools and methods in humanities, arts and social sciences. Alexis has a postgraduate qualification in Museum Studies and extensive project management experience in a variety of environments. Between 2010 and 2016 she led the South Australian Museum’s volunteer digitisation program, making data and multimedia from the museum’s collection accessible online and has worked for the Atlas of Living Australia, improving digital access to the nation’s natural history collections.

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