Issues in the Digital Humanities: A Key Skills Package for Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers.
This is a two-day event focusing the production and research implications of digitised archive material, run in collaboration with the Working Class Movement Library, Salford.
The first day features an introductory training course on how to plan and manage a project to digitise archive materials. This will be delivered by the Digital Preservation Training Coalition, and will use materials from the library as case studies.
The second day will feature panels and key note talks on the uses of digital materials in research and teaching. Our key note speakers will by Helen Rogers (LJMU) and Jim Mussell (Birmingham).