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|28 February 2020||12:30||Sign up required. Join Exeter University’s Digital Humanities Lab and Special Collections, to grow the number of Wikipedia entries written about Heritage Collections. These can be from the Special Collections, the Cinema Museum, or a collection/individual that interests you. Full details|| Add event|
|4 March 2020||12:30||Postponed due to UCU strike action. Full details|| Add event|
|10 March 2020||12:30||Postponed due to UCU strike action. Full details|| Add event|
|13 March 2020||10:30||Postponed due to UCU strike action. Full details|| Add event|
|13 March 2020||16:00||Postponed due to UCU strike action. Full details|| Add event|
|20 March 2020||11:30||Sign up required. Starting with an introduction to scripting on your computer’s command line interface, you'll learn how to write short scripts that automate the bulk downloading of web pages. At the conclusion of the workshop, you will get support in trying to scrape a website of your choice.
In the same workshop, you'll learn about The Programming Historian, an online journal that publishes novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, and on whose lessons this workshop is based. Full details|| Add event|
|20 March 2020||16:00||Digital Humanities Lab seminar series. Dr James Baker (University of Sussex): "Colonial Metadata: Making the Past, Present, Future". Join us for drinks and nibbles following the paper!. Full details|| Add event|
|24 March 2020||14:00||Sign up required. Workshop on using Agisoft Metashape to produce a 3D model from a supplied set of images.. Full details|| Add event|
|26 March 2020||14:00||Sign up required. Hands-on workshop on taking photos for photogrammetry. Full details|| Add event|
|30 March 2020||10:00||Sign up required. The Digital Humanities Lab is offering University of Exeter College of Humanities students and staff the opportunity to attend Video production training for research and documentary. Due to the nature of the course and the practical tasks our participants undertake, there are a maximum of eight places available. Equipment will be provided, but please bring a laptop or notebook with you. Full details|| Add event|
|21 May 2020||10:30||Sign up required. The aim of these workshops is to demystify the Data Management Plan and give you the skills to approach this area of your bid with confidence. Though each bid and DMP is unique, there are common elements and a degree of formula that can be learned, so most DMPs do not need to be written entirely from scratch. We would encourage any academic in HUMS to attend a workshop, even if you do not have an AHRC bid in progress, as they cover transferable content on best practices when working with data.
All sessions will run in Digital Humanities Lab Seminar Room 1. Full details|| Add event|