UCL: The week in digital humanities events
By Rudolf Ammann, on 7 February 2011
We’ve been working on the UCLDH Events section. New and improved, the section now offers a chronological view of upcoming events and sports separate feeds for the individual event series: Decoding Digital Humanities, Painless Introductions and Digital Excursions. UCLDH events will no longer be announced here on the DH blog but event reminders will continue, and weekly batches might be one way of posting such reminders.
Without further ado, here’s the week’s programme:
- On Tuesday, over lunchtime, Simon Mahony and Uli Tiedau will speak on the effort to make higher education course materials available to the general public at no cost via the internet: Open Educational Resources.
- On Thursday, in the evening, Philip Schofield and Valerie Wallace will present on one of UCLDH’s most widely acclaimed current projects: Transcribe Bentham: Taking the Bentham Edition into the Digital Age.
Both events are held in Bloomsbury, they’re open to the public, they’re free of charge, and we hope to see you there!