We’ve looked at four of the 7 things we’ll be exploring so far in this module, blogged about it, and had a look at each others’ responses too. While the digital medium offers all kinds of opportunities for collaboration, some of you might welcome a chance to meet together face to face and discuss your responses and questions in person. There are two sessions next week for those who might want to come and talk about their experience of the programme so far, and see how others are getting on. These sessions are:
- Monday 8th October 12-1 in room S3 in the ARB
- Friday 12th October, 1-2 in room S3 in the ARB.
If you’d like to attend either of these sessions, fill in the form below to book.
The Researcher Online – Building Your Online Identity
If you’ve been following the blog but haven’t been able to participate in the programme by blogging, or if you’d like a chance to catch up or consolidate what you’ve done so far, there is also a training session next week which you might be interested in. The Digital Humanities Network is running a series of workshops, The Researcher Online, about the use of social media and digital literacy, closely linked to the DH23Things programme. The first session, Building an Online Identity, runs next week, Wednesday 10th October, 12-2 in the ARB. We will cover similar ground to that covered here in Module One of DH23, with an emphasis on tying it all together into a strategic approach. You can book this event through CRASSH. If there is enough interest, we will look into running it again!