DH Downunder: Digital Humanities Research Methods summer institute
- Event Name
- DH Downunder: Digital Humanities Research Methods summer institute
- 4 December 2017
- 09:00 am - 09:00 am
Address (Room): Sydney University Camperdown/Darlington Campus
In 2017 DH Downunder takes place from Monday, 4 to Friday, 8 December and is co-hosted by Western Sydney University and the University of Sydney, with workshops also led by colleagues from the University of Newcastle, the Australian National University, and the University of Victoria in Canada. It will be held on the campus of Sydney University.
Training is offered in topics such as introductory and intermediate programming, data cleaning, mapping, working with archives, network analysis, linked data and the semantic web, digital ethnography, mobile apps, project management and much more! Western Sydney University postgraduate students can receive credit for attending by enrolling in Digital Humanities Research Methods (PG) (102426). This will involve extra associated assessments and online materials as well.
The DH Downunder registration fee is waived for these students. An associated hackathon will take place in Parramatta on the weekend following DH Downunder, and there are also other related events happening at Sydney University the week before and during. For more information, please see https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/dhrg/digital_humanities/digital_methods or contact email@example.com
Speakers: Rachel Hendery (WSU), Jason Ensor (WSU), Dominique Estival (WSU), Jenna Condie (WSU), Hart Cohen (WSU), Anna Pertierra (WSU), Hugh Craig (Newcastle), Bill Pascoe (Newcastle), Justine Humphry (Sydney University), Jonathon Hutchinson (Sydney University), Terhi Nermikko-Fuller (ANU), Ray Siemens (Victoria University Canada), Lynne Siemens (Victoria University, Canada)
Name: Rachel Hendery
School / Department: Digital Humanities Research Group, SHCA