DigitalHumanities@TheLibrary and the Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities invite you to enjoy and benefit for a series of interactive workshops and seminars specifically targeted at humanities and social science scholars curious and eager to accelerate their research practise. They are developed and delivered in a concise and focussed manner to compress valuable information into a convenient period and get you what you need to know to go further.

Our new series begins in January. All are welcome and the seminars are free, but as spaces are limited please register in advance to guarantee a place via the links provided on the information pages for each session.

Registration is now open.

Please visit the DH@TheLibrary site at: for more information and to register.

Monday 25 January 11:00 – 13:00
How to Put Your Data on the Map: Geospatial Visualisation for the Humanities
dataontheMapSmallWondering how you can make those cool maps that everyone seems to be suing these days to share their research findings – it’s easier than you might think. Come and find out
McClay Library Training Room 2

Friday 12 February 10:30 – 15:30
Requirements Engineering for Humanities Scholarship
What sort of questions can you ask of yourself to increase usability, shareability and impact of your research outputs? This is an impactful workshop on how to get to know your users better, reach wider audiences and share your findings with a wider audience.
McClay Library Training Room 2

Friday 4 March 10:00 – 13:00
Constructing Digital Exhibitions with Omeka
How can you creatively tell a story that engages with a wide audience, leveraging the power of Omeka? Do you wonder why archivists, librarians and information architecture professionals make such a big deal about metadata? Learn how you can leverage metadata to tell better stories and construct more effective online exhibitions.
McClay Library Training Room 2

Monday 18 April – 11:00 – 13:00
Relationship Mapping: Visual Network Analysis for Humanities Scholarship
Relationship-MappingSmallWhat patterns are hidden in the data that you are using today? Can you find new information by mining the additional datasets to discover relationships between the people, places and things that you are studying today? Come along for a gentle introduction to the tools and practises involved in network analysis. 
McClay Library Training Auditorium

Friday 29 April – 11:00 – 13:00
Using Google Tools for Digital Scholarship
What scholar-specific tools does Google offer? Are you making the best use of the Google tools you are currently using? Come along and find new tools that can help you to be a better researcher. 
McClay Library Training Room 2


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