20 Feb 201312:00pm - 2:00pmS3

Description

This workshop looks at creating and sharing digital artefacts to support your work as an early career researcher in Humanities. We will consider ways in which you make make aspects of your work available to wider and more diverse audiences than is possible in addition to your book and journal publications.Topics will include the types of digital material you might share and for what purpose, social media platforms on which to create them and make them available, and the issues raised in doing so.

This session will be followed on the 20th February by a ‘hands-on‘ session in which you can experiment with making, editing and sharing audio-visual content.

The Researcher Online series is offered by the Cambridge Digital Humanities network. The series aims to help Early Career Researchers in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences develop a considered, strategic approach to using social media in their professional activities. The series is aimed specifically at those who do not yet use social media extensively in a professional capacity. The series is covered in more detail in the online programme DH23Things, which you can participate in to put the sessions' outcomes into practice.

The event is free to attend and registration will take place during the first session.

For queries about this event please contact Helen Webster:

CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN THE ARTS, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES

Tel: +44 1223 766886
Email enquiries@crassh.cam.ac.uk