What are the issues that researchers in the Humanities face when compiling data, and how can technology help or hinder? The workshop will look at the ways in which humanities researchers build, maintain, and preserve databases, along with the processes currently in place to support such activities. It will consider what tools could be developed to support the creation and use of research data, how data from different sources might be linked, and, where relevant, the role that public or private cloud services might play.
The University of Alberta Humanities Computing Graduate Conference is an opportunity for professors, students, and researchers to come together and share ideas from the broad range of disciplines which inform humanities computing scholarship. This year's
conference is entitled Beyond Analogue: Current Graduate Research in Humanities
The Centre for Computing in the Humanities (CCH) is in the School of Humanities at King's College London and is an international leader in the application of technology in research in the arts and humanities, and in the social sciences. The primary objective of the CCH is to foster awareness, understanding and skill in the scholarly applications of computing.
ICT Guides is a service offered by the Centre for eResearch at King's
College in London (CeRch). It seeks to promote the use of ICTs in
research and learning through cataloging digital arts and humanities
projects along with the tools and methods they employed.
A number of new projects have been added to ICT Guides: