Evaluating Digital Methods for Modern Languages Research and Beyond

3:00pm - 5:00pm / Thursday 3rd May 2018 / Venue: Seminar Room 6 Rendall Building
Type: Workshop / Category: Department
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Postgraduate Methods Workshop with Paul Spence (KCL)

Digital tools are all around us, and even in the humanities, people use digital frameworks almost without realising it nowadays. The main challenge for researchers is how to achieve a level of digital literacy appropriate to their own research interests and how to integrate digital practice within existing processes of meaning making.

Participants will be asked to experiment with a range of digital methods currently used in research at the intersection between modern language and digital humanities, and the emphasis will be on critical appraisal rather than technical proficiency.

More information and registration details here.