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Cambridge Digital Humanities

 

Following the successful pilot of the Cambridge Data School in 2019, CDH is pleased to announce thatit is extending its training in Digital Methods in an effort to meet the growing demand across academia, civil society, the public sector and industry. During the 2019/20 academic year, CDH will organise two Data Schools, a Cultural Heritage Data School scheduled for 16–20 March 2020, and a Social Data School, which will take place on 22–26 June 2020. 

The open call for the Cultural Heritage Data School has now been published. Our main goal is to democratise access to digital methods through practical training and critical dialogue among all participants. This event intends to bring together people working in the Museums, Libraries and Archives (MLA) sector and academics for an exercise of knowledge exchange focused on the utilisation of digital methods to create, visualise and analyse digital collections.

 

Applications for the Cultural Heritage Data School are now open

See cdh.cam.ac.uk/dataschool for more information.