Interdisciplinary Digital Resources for New Research Students

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A workshop within a conference jointly organized between the Institute of Historical Research and North Western University, Chicago.

Find out more at www.dhcrowdscribe.com #dhAHRC #dhcrowdscribe

About the dhAHRC/ dhCrowdScribe Projects

Inspired by the successes of Zooniverse’s internationally acclaimed digital projects, and the growing appetite among funding bodies to fund collaborative and interdisciplinary projects, today’s doctoral students face an exciting challenge. How can a doctoral or early career researcher advance knowledge creation and production through the myriad creative and exciting opportunities available in Digital Humanities?

The dhAHRC project consists of a series of workshops, held in Oxford and London, to disseminate information and training in the field of the digital humanities, touching also on digital transformations, specialist IT skills, copyright and IPR, open data, and licensing, helping to equip scholars with the tools they require to engage in this growing field of the humanities.

 


 

Digital Humanities

Contact name: Emma Goodwin
Contact email: emma.goodwin@merton.ox.ac.uk
Audience: Open to all

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