Strength in numbers? Some thoughts from a crowdsourced transcriber.

Transcribing handwritten documents is one of the most common types of projects in humanities crowdsourcing (Dunn and Hedges 2013, 160). In the case of the Letters of 1916 project the aim is not only to transcribe but also to collect material that relates to a turbulent year in Irish history. Continue reading “Strength in numbers? Some thoughts from a crowdsourced transcriber.”