Aleks Krotoski, British Library’s new Researcher in Residence, launches exhibition exploring the technologies, content and spaces that will transform research in the 21st century

Digital research tools are changing the possibilities of research: students and researchers can synthesise, expose and repurpose information in dynamic new ways; mass digitisation and text encoding is making historic material more accessible and online databases are extending the boundaries of research. 

But there are significant challenges.  How will increasing and complex amounts of data be managed and visualised in the future?  What does this mean for libraries, archivists and librarians – formerly the ‘gatekeepers’ of research information? Critically, are researchers taking full advantage of the technologies now available for research purposes?

Aleks Krotoski, British Library’s new Researcher in Residence, launches exhibition exploring the technologies, content and spaces that will transform research in the 21st century

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