16 January 2012 - The DHO is pleased to announce a series of three new workshops providing digital humanities scholars with critical technical skills and hands-on experience. The Digital Humanities Tech Skills series combine short lectures offering subject matter overview with hands-on exercises. The half-day workshops provide an informal forum to rapidly gain knowledge and appreciate application of the skills to real-world research challenges.
Although no prior experience in any of the areas is required, sharing your own past experiences in any of the areas is encouraged and the workshops take an informal approach to content delivery. The topics being offered:
- Wednesday 1 February - Putting your Project Online: An Introduction to Content Management Systems for Digital Humanities Scholars
- Wednesday 22 February - Getting to Know Your Data Better: An Introduction to Data Visualisation for Analysis in the Digital Humanities
- Thursday 15 March - Sharing Your Research: An Introduction to Data Visualisation for Presentation in the Digital Humanities
Prior registration is required and spaces are limited.
Join the waiting list at: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dENoUlFEd19HSXlSdmRMQ1Frb0pwWmc6MQ
Registration for subsequent workshops will open approximately two weeks in advance. Sign-up for DHO-Announce at the top right of this page to be notified and stay in touch with the DHO.
For more details about the workshops, please visit the DHO events site at: