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Call for individual projects 2018/19

Application forms should be returned to Dr Anne Alexander (raa43@cam.ac.uk) by Monday 19 November. Successful applicants will be notified by Monday 26 November.

Do you have a digital archives project which would benefit from expert guidance? Cambridge Digital Humanities Learning Programme offers PhD students and staff at the University of Cambridge the opportunity to apply for support from our team of mentors over a six month period from December 2018 to June 2019. We offer supported projects four one-to-one mentoring sessions which provide guidance on digital research project design and management, advice on the application of digital methods relevant to your needs in data collection, preparation and analysis. The emphasis in these sessions will be on building your confidence to apply digital methods for yourself and participants should expect to work on their projects in their own time in addition to attending the mentoring sessions.

All projects are expected to write a reflective blog post about their project and give a short presentation at the end of programme workshop in June 2019.

Download the application form here

Prospective applicants for project support are encouraged to contact Dr Anne Alexander (raa43@cam.ac.uk) for an informal discussion before applying.

Read more about the projects supported in through last year’s call here.

 

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