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Digital data delights: 50 years of bits and bytes13 September 2014University of Essex, Room LTB 7

The UK Data Archive, now a world-class and pioneering digital data archive, was set up in 1967 at the University of Essex.

At this talk, Hersh Mann will showcase our best-loved collections and what our users do with these.

This free talk is part of the Bite-sized Lecture series, organised to celebrate the University of Essex 50th anniversary during Homecoming Weekend. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

Hersh Mann is Senior Training and Support Officer at the UK Data Archive. He has a long association with Essex, receiving both his bachelor's degree and PhD in the Department of Government before joining the Archive in 2009.

Time: 10.30 - 11.30