As a new year begin we would like to look back on the year we have just left behind.
In February 2020 some of the project participants met for a project workshop at the University Library of Oslo. During the workshop we made quite ambitious plans for 2020, but sadly the covid pandemic has made it difficult to do everything we intended to, and the conferences we wanted to attend had to be postponed.
However, 2020 was not a bad year for the NorKorr project after all:
- We have tidied and moved our repository at GitHub: https://github.com/norkorr
- We have opened a new project web site (blog): https://norkorr.hypotheses.org/
- We have expanded our Zotero Library: https://www.zotero.org/groups/2214573/norkorr
- We have written an article about the project for Historieblogg, a weblog hosted and edited by the Norwegian Institute for Local History: https://www.historieblogg.no/
- We have made several CMIF files and sent them to CorrespSearch: https://correspsearch.net/
In 2021 we hope to send more CMIFs to CorrespSearch and we also hope to submit at least one paper proposal. But most of all we hope that the pandemic will end so that the project participants can meet face to face again.