|Starts:||13:30 15 December 2017|
|Ends:||17:00 15 December 2017|
|What is it:||Workshop|
|Organiser:||Faculty of Humanities|
Our annual Digital Humanities Workshop will take place on Friday 15th December (Week 12), from 2-5pm, in Roscoe 1.010. The event will include an update from the Faculty Academic Lead for DH, Dr Guyda Armstrong, on new teaching and research initiatives which are underway, as well as short presentations about forthcoming events and activities in Semester 2. The last part of the workshop will take the form of a discussion about how to develop new digital research projects and grant applications, in conjunction with computational and research support partners from across the University.
All Faculty of Humanities researchers are invited to attend to learn more about digital humanities. Please note: this workshop is designed to inform and inspire, and absolutely no technical expertise or prior experience is necessary!
The event is open to all Faculty of Humanities researchers, but numbers are limited to 60, so please register as soon as possible. A lunch will be provided for all participants from 1.30pm - please specify any dietary requirements by 8th December.