Digital Humanities events

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20 February 201916:00

Digital Humanities Seminar: Enabling Digital Scholarship through staff training: The British Library's experience

Digital Humanities Lab seminar series. Dr Mia Ridge (British Library)."Enabling Digital Scholarship through staff training: The British Library's experience". Join us for drinks and nibbles following the paper!. Full details
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22 February 201912:30

Digital Humanities Workshop: Women’s History Wikipedia Editathon

Join Exeter University’s Digital Humanities Lab and Special Collections, to grow the number of Wikipedia entries written by, and about prominent women, past and present. These can be from the Special Collections, the Cinema Museum, or a collection/individual that interests you. Please make sure to sign up below. Full details
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5 March 201912:30

Digital Humanities Workshop: How to Write An AHRC Data Management Plan

The DH Lab is providing training sessions on how to put together a Data Management Plan for your AHRC application. Last year the AHRC changed its requirements: Technical Plans are no longer accepted, and Data Management Plans are required for all Leadership Fellowships, Research Grants, and Follow-on Funding bids (Research Networks do not require a plan). If you are planning an AHRC bid that includes digital outputs, it is important that you receive this training. All sessions will run in Digital Humanities Lab Seminar Room 1. Full details
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7 March 201910:00

Digital Humanities Workshop: Introductory workshop to GIS and the Spatial Humanities

Digital Humanities Workshop. Dr Patricia Murrieta-Flores (Lancaster University): "Introductory workshop to GIS and the Spatial Humanities". This introductory hands-on training will cover the basics of GIS (geographic information system) software. Please sign up via the Eventbrite link below. Full details
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7 March 201916:00

Digital Humanities Seminar: Old sources, new technology: Computational approaches for the study of colonial Latin American sources

Digital Humanities Lab seminar series. Dr Patricia Murrieta-Flores (Lancaster University): "Old sources, new technology: Computational approaches for the study of colonial Latin American sources". Join us for drinks and nibbles following the paper!. Full details
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8 March 201912:30

Digital Humanities Workshop: Women’s History Wikipedia Editathon

Join Exeter University’s Digital Humanities Lab and Special Collections, to grow the number of Wikipedia entries written by, and about prominent women, past and present. These can be from the Special Collections, the Cinema Museum, or a collection/individual that interests you. Please make sure to sign up below. Full details
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20 March 201916:00

Digital Humanities Seminar: Let's Be Open About It: Managing the Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities Lab seminar series. Mike Pidd (University of Sheffield)."Let's Be Open About It: Managing the Digital Humanities". Join us for drinks and nibbles following the paper!. Full details
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21 March 201910:30

Digital Humanities Workshop: Text Encoding in TEI XML for Intermediates

The TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) standard is widely used to encode primary source texts for critical editions and web archives and resources, allowing editorial and descriptive features to be captured for preservation, display and analysis. This intermediate hands-on training will look in greater depth at using TEI to encode textual materials, for those who have already had some exposure to TEI or attended our Text Encoding for Beginners workshop. The workshop is intended for Exeter staff and postgraduates who are involved in text encoding projects or who are interested in gaining these skills. Full details
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13 May 201910:00

Digital Humanities Workshop: Video production for research and documentary (beginners)

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 six places available on each course and sign up is required. Equipment will be provided, but please bring a laptop or notebook with you. Full details
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