The Digital Humanities Thematic Research Network at The Open University is pleased to announce the following event in its Digital Humanities in Practice seminar series:
Data Visualisation for Humanities Researchers
Date: 19 February 2013
Venue: Arts Music Studio, Perry D, Milton Keynes, The Open University
This seminar offers a survey of major online humanities datasets and some of the tools available for visualising them. Examples will be drawn from externally-funded projects such as Hestia, Google Ancient Places and Pelagios.
Dr Elton Barker (Classics Department, The Open University, and Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Freie Universität Berlin)
Ms Mia Ridge (PhD student, The Open University, and Chair of the Museum Computer Group UK)
A sandwich lunch will be provided. To book a place, please email Heather Scott firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 February 2013.
For more information on Digital Humanities at The Open University, please go to the Digital Humanities website http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/digital-humanities/