The Data school is postponed until further notice.
Applications now open for the first Cambridge Cultural Heritage Data School.
Cambridge Digital Humanities (CDH) is pleased to announce that applications for its Cultural Heritage Data School are now open. This event aims to bring together participants from the wider Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector and academia to explore the methods used to create, visualise and analyse digital archives and collections.
The curriculum will be structured around the digital collections and archives pipeline, covering the general principles and applied practices involved in the generation, exploration, visualisation, analysis and preservation of digital collections and archives. The school will be tailored to the learning needs of participants with content selected from but not limited to the following:
- Metadata creation and enrichment
- Digital text mark-up and TEI
- Social network visualisation and analysis
- Geomapping and archival photography
- Digital Images and machine learning
- Digital data preservation
The 2020 Data School teaching team includes:
- Dr Anne Alexander (Director of Learning, CDH; Ethics of Big Data Research Group, University of Cambridge)
- Dr Hugo Leal (Coordinator of the Cambridge Data Schools; CDH Methods Fellow; Research Associate, CRASSH, University of Cambridge)
- Dr Oliver Dunn (CDH Methods Fellow; Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Faculty of History)
- Huw Jones (Library Digital Humanities Coordinator, CDH Lab)
Cambridge Digital Humanities is committed to democratising access to digital methods and tools and is offering the following subsidised participation fees to encourage applications from those who do not normally have access to this type of training. The fees include all teaching costs, college accommodation (including breakfast and evening meals) for four nights and three lunches.
Standard Rate: £645
Small Organisations / Academic Staff: £395
Students / Unemployed / Community Projects / Unfunded Projects : £125
In addition, a small number of bursaries are available to those who can demonstrate financial need.
The deadline for applications is Sunday 15 December 2019. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by Friday 17 January 2020.
Questions related to the application procedure: Karen Herbane (Digital Humanities Learning and Events Coordinator): firstname.lastname@example.org Questions related to course content: Hugo Leal (Cambridge Data Schools Coordinator): email@example.com.