Melissa Terrasis the reader in electronic communications in the department of information studies at the University College London (UCL), she is also co-director of UCL’s center for digital humanities. She teaches internet technologies, web publishing, and digital resources in the humanities. Her research focuses on the use of computational techniques to facilitate research advances. She has worked on projects that utilized virtual environments in archaeology and found ways to use computers to assist in the delicate and difficult task of reading ancient and damaged documents.
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