Become a CHASE Digital Scholar: Going Digital, January-July 2013


The Consortium of Humanities and Arts South East (CHASE) brings together The Open University, The Courtauld Institute of Arts, Goldsmiths (University of London), and Universities of East Anglia, Sussex, Kent, and Essex, to deliver outstanding postgraduate training.

Going Digital is a unique opportunity for doctoral students to become ‘digital scholars’ in humanities research – a training programme aimed at doctoral students who are new to digital research and who want to learn more, with practical workshops and conferences delivered in iconic spaces – archives, galleries, heritage sites, media labs and universities – by experts who have hands-on experience in setting up digital humanities projects.

Learn new skills in digital curating, archiving, blog creation, text-mining, visualising data, data management, screen-scraping, e-journals, language data and more.

For more details, including information on the intial conference ad workshops, and how to apply, visit http://www.essex.ac.uk/ldev/events/going_digital and complete the application form.

Deadline for applications is Friday 16 November 2012.

For more details on CHASE, visit the website.

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