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Making Digital: Visual Approaches to the Digital Humanities

Over the past few months Gareth and I have been lucky enough to be involved in a project working with artists from Winchester School of Art to develop a series of training events looking at the relationship between art and archaeology.  This project has been a fantastic experience. Later this week, we are all going to EVA London 2013 to talk about the project, and we wanted to share with you the paper we've collaboratively written. Continue reading →

Wikipedia for Smaller Museums

Today, the Museums Association published the new issue of Museum Practice. This month the magazine focuses on Wikipedia, and I contributed an article providing practical advice for smaller museums. The journal is behind a paywall, but the Museums Association have kindly agreed to let me share a draft of the article here at the Digital Humanities blog. Continue reading →

Art, Archaeology and New Technologies

This post was originally published at the Basing House: Community, Archaeology and Technology Project blog: Photos Acknowledgements: All of the photos in this post were taken by Alick Cotterill, so a big thank-you to him for letting us include them in this post. Continue reading →

Digital Transformations 2012

The Digital Transformations Moot 2012 takes place on the 19th November in London and is a large scale day-long event for all with an interest in the new AHRC theme 'Digital Transformations'.  The theme aims to support the potential of digital technologies for transforming research in the humanities and the arts. Throughout the day, the members of the sotonDH team will be showcasing our work in the Hack Space. Continue reading →