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Upcoming Digital Humanities events

We run a termly schedule of training workshops, research seminars and other events for students and staff.  Upcoming events will be listed below. Find out more about the training we offer.

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19 October 202212:30

Digital Humanities Lab Workshop: Managing Humanities Data

Introduction to managing Humanities data: best practices for new PGRs and staff. Open to all staff and students. Sign up is required. The workshop will be held in Digital Humanities Lab Seminar Room 1. Full details
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20 October 202214:00

Digital Humanities Lab Workshop: Photography Basics: How to Take Effective Photos

This course aims to teach the basics of using a Digital SLR camera – the settings you can use to control the camera and how they will affect the photos you take. Open to all staff and students. Sign up is required. The workshop will be held in Digital Humanities Lab Seminar Room 1. Full details
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25 October 202211:30

Digital Humanities Lab Workshop: How To Write a Data Management Plan

Workshop to demystify the Data Management Plan and give you the skills to approach this area of your bid with confidence. Open to all staff and students. Sign up is required. The workshop will be held in Digital Humanities Lab Seminar Room 1. Full details
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26 October 202215:30

DH Seminar: Modelling short-term and long-term semantic change: from ancient languages to emoji.

Digital Humanities Lab seminar series. Barbara McGillivray: "Modelling short-term and long-term semantic change: from ancient languages to emoji.". Digital Humanities Seminar Room 1. Join us for drinks and nibbles following the paper!. Full details
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27 October 202212:30

Digital Humanities Lab Workshop: Making Digital Editions I: What, Why & How

This workshop will offer a combination of presentation, discussion, and exposure to TEI XML in order to explore why and how you might want to make your own digital edition. Open to all staff and students. Sign up is required. The workshop will be held in Digital Humanities Lab Seminar Room 1. Full details
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3 November 202212:30

Digital Humanities Lab Workshop: Making Digital Editions II

This workshop will give participants the opportunity to develop their TEI XML skills through a guided encoding session. Open to all staff and students. Sign up is required. The workshop will be held in Digital Humanities Lab Seminar Room 1. Full details
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30 November 202215:30

DH Seminar: Visualising 15th-century interiors in the Palazzo Medici, Florence: linked data ontologies and digital modelling.

Digital Humanities Lab seminar series. Luca Brunke and Anna McGee: "Visualising 15th-century interiors in the Palazzo Medici, Florence: linked data ontologies and digital modelling". Digital Humanities Seminar Room 1. Join us for drinks and nibbles following the paper!. Full details
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1 December 202214:00

Digital Humanities Lab Workshop: Archival Photography

Workshop on how to take better photographs of primary sources in archives. Open to all staff and students. Sign up is required. The workshop will be held in Digital Humanities Lab Seminar Room 1. Full details
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7 December 202215:30

DH Seminar: Applying AI to Digital Archives: Trust, Collaboration and Shared Professional Ethics.

Digital Humanities Lab seminar series. Lise Jaillant (Loughborough University): "Applying AI to Digital Archives: Trust, Collaboration and Shared Professional Ethics". Digital Humanities Seminar Room 1. Join us for drinks and nibbles following the paper!. Full details
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8 December 202211:30

Digital Humanities Lab Workshop: Working with Text I: Cleaning and Curating Messy Data with Regex

This workshop will show you how to clean and curate messy textual data in word processing applications, giving you the skills to structure, sort and analyse data in a familiar environment. Open to all staff and students. Sign up is required. The workshop will be held in Digital Humanities Lab Seminar Room 1. Full details
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