Introduction to Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities Online (Faculty of Arts)
Duration 0.5 days
Team Researcher Academy

This online course is run by the Researcher Academy 

Target audience: Research students and research staff in the Faculty of Arts , now open to all Researchers.

: Process: webinar (lecture followed by group discussion).

Course description:

Introduction to Digital Research in Arts and Humanities will offer an overview of new, emerging, and established digital methods for individual researchers and research teams. Topics covered will include what research “data” means in an arts and humanities context, visualizing research, marking up texts, designing personal databases of research material, using location information in research, and more.

Digital humanities research is a growing area within the UK and abroad. This course will give participants an overview of several different digital research methodologies and tools; some of them may be of immediate use for existing research projects, while others are most usefully deployed in larger teams working collaboratively on funded projects.

This course will introduce participants to these tools and methodologies, with space for discussion and questions.

No technical skill required; all those with an interest are encouraged to attend!

This webinar will be recorded so if you can't join us on this date, the recording will be made available on the Arts Training sharepoint for you to watch back:

There will also be an optional Q&A webchat on Wednesday 4 November, 3-4pm:

For further information, please email

Booking Conditions 

Our webinars/ online courses are very popular, especially in the current period and we are experiencing large volumes of people on our waiting lists.  

Please do let us know if you would like to cancel your place on this course so we can offer your place to another delegate. 

Please note, attendances for webinars/ online courses will still be recorded and corresponding training points, when shown as available, will be awarded.


Accessing the course 

This session may be recorded. If a recording is kept of the session, then please note, that it may be made available to the wider University of Nottingham researcher community.

To access the course please follow the link below and log into Moodle using your normal username and password. You must use the link below when accessing this course for the first time as it allows you to self-enrol onto the course. Make sure that you log in to the course within two days of the course start date, after this date enrolment is disabled.

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