|12 Sep 2013||11:00am - 2:45pm||History Faculty Board Room|
This half-day workshop aims to introduce graduates to the variety of digital tools and resources that have emerged in recent years, and to reflect on the transformation of research practices that they are bringing about. A sandwich lunch will be provided.
The workshop is organised by the History Faculty in collaboration with the Digital Humanities Network and is primarily aimed at graduate History students, but graduates and researchers from other disciplines are very welcome.
Please sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Introduction to digital tools from the Institute of Historical Research (Jane Winters, Head of Institute of Historical Research (IHR) Digital
- Reflections on using digital resources (Anne Alexander (CRASSH, Cambridge) and Judith Siefring or Pip Willcox, Digital Editors, Bodleian Libraries)
- Communicating research in the digital age (Matt Philpott, The Blogging for Historians project – IHR)