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March 2012, Page 5

Here and There, Then and Now – Modelling Space and Time in the Humanities

Here are details for the 1st Call for Papers for the┬áSecond Workshop of the NeDiMAH Space and Time Working Group:┬áHere and There, Then and Now - Modelling Space and Time in the Humanities. This is a Satellite Workshop of Digital Humanities 2012, Hamburg, Germany on┬áTuesday 17th July Spatio-temporal concepts are so ubiquitous that it is easy for us to forget that they are essential to everything we do. Continue reading →

DHDL update

The Digital Humanities Distributed Lab (DHDL) student design team have now had a few meetings and a few proposals for technology are on the table. Proposed┬átechnological components include: Pre-configured and usually-on webcam systems in DH rooms, for broadcasting lectures and multi-disciplinary seminars and for promoting serendipitous encounters at other times; Wall-mounted LCD touch screens will provide DH activity updates and message-boards. Continue reading →

Languages South East

The Modern Languages team at the University of Southampton work with school teachers to help them banish boring lessons by adding a touch of digital magic. I caught up with them spreading the word about technology at a conference a few months ago, listen here to my podcast. You can catch up with what they're doing now at www.languagessoutheast.ac. Continue reading →