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This blog gives OU staff (and all other visitors!) the chance to engage in critical debate on Digital Humanities. We are particularly interested in discussing the role of digital technologies on the way we conduct research, teach, and disseminate our ideas.

Posts include news from Digital Humanities projects at The Open University and beyond, reviews of digital tools, recommended resources, interviews with Digital Humanities practitioners, and longer reflective essays.

Please leave your comment on our blog posts and let us know what you think.

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