23Things for Digital Humanities (DH23) is a self-directed, peer mentored reflective programme to help researchers in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Cambridge University to explore digital technologies and the ways in which they impact on various aspects of their working lives, and thereby to develop their own strategic approach to engagement with digital technologies. It is a way to discover and explore digital tools which might be useful to you but also a framework for evaluation, reflection and wider integration of digital technologies to enhance your work, to the level which is appropriate for you.
The DH23things programme will begin in September, 2012 with this launch event featuring a session from Meg Westbury of the Judge Business School Library on 30 Things in 30 Mins – a fast-paced tour of 30 of the most useful digital tools available on the web to help the researcher. Light lunch will be provided so please register online or email Helen Webster.
Meg Westbury (Judge Business School)
For more information on digital humanities training please visit the Cambridge Digital Humanities Network website.