This series of workshops will introduce Arts researchers to emerging digital research methods, advanced critical thinking and tools for data analysis.
Delivered by leading researchers, the series is an opportunity to strengthen both conceptual and practical dimensions of using digital technologies in the planning and delivery of research and scholarship.
This series of workshops begins again in semester one 2020 with more details to be announced soon. To keep updated about these events join our news and events email newsletter.
We welcome topic and presenter suggestions for future workshops in this series. If you have a suggestion please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dr Rose Faunce, Centre for Digital Humanities Research, Australian National University
GLAM workbench: Possibilities of collection data for research, experimentation, and collaboration
Dr Tim Sherratt, University of Canberra
Digital mapping for the humanities
Dr Katrina Grant
Centre for Digital Humanities Research, ANU
Postcolonial Digital Humanities and Poetry of the Global South
Dr Rahul K. Gairola, Murdoch University
Crafting digital research projects: Data, design and methods
Grant workshop supported by Arts Research Office