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Learning disabilities and technology

Fri, 14 Jul 2017 14:48:00 +0000

UCLDH are delighted to announce one of our team members, Pete Williams, has won a grant from Brazilian funding body CONFAP – FAPIMEG (Conselho Nacional Das Fundações De Amparo À Pesquisa – Fundações De Amparo À Pesquisa Do Estado De Minas Gerais) to work in Brazil for a month to continue his British Academy Fellowship research […]

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Visit to the IBM IT Heritage Museum at Hursley

Mon, 10 Jul 2017 11:51:41 +0000

Following an invitation at our last Industry Advisory Panel meeting, some of the UCLDH Management Team had an away-day to visit the IBM IT Heritage Museum and archive at the IBM research and development centre at Hursley. We were given an amazing tour of the IBM Museum with many working models of old equipment, lovingly […]

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Painless Introduction to OER

31 January 2011

Painless Introduction to DH

In this Painless Introduction (8 February 2011, 1pm), Simon Mahony and Ulrich Tiedau will discuss the promise, potential and challenges presented by new initiatives in the construction and delivery of open educational resources.

This will be informed and illustrated with insights gained from DHOER, the Digital Humanities Open Educational Resources project which is part of the JISC funded OER programme - phase 2

Simon Mahony is Teaching Fellow in Digital Humanities at UCLDH, and Ulrich Tiedau is Lecturer in modern Low Countries History and Society and Associate Director of UCLDH.

UCL Centre for Digital Humanities Painless Introductions are a series of brief lunchtime talks to introduce researchers to basic concepts and techniques in Digital Humanities.  As the name suggests, we hope that these talks will be informal and entertaining; speakers will not assume any knowledge of their subject, and there will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.

Unless otherwise stated these talks are held in room G31 (ground floor), Foster Court, UCL.


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The release of these resources has been supported by the Higher Education Academy/JISC Open Educational Resources programme.

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