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Applications for this event closed on Friday 25 November, but if you would like to be kept informed of similar events, please sign up to the Digital Scholarship mailing list.
This event, co-hosted by Informatics and the Digital Scholarship initiative, is designed to help researchers with complementary interests to find each other efficiently and identify whether a collaboration is feasible. Participants from all levels across Informatics and CAHSS are welcome, including students and those who do not necessarily have a project in mind but who would like to come and talk to like-minded others.
We’ll attempt to match each participant with one or more potential collaborators, and at the event you’ll be given time to speak together, as well as to other attendees. There will be follow-on resources available, including the chance to apply for seed funding for potential projects.
The Digital Scholarship Initiative within the College of Humanities and Social Science has a limited number of bursaries to allow members of staff and PhD students to develop their digital and computational skills by attending workshops, summer schools and other scholarly training events.
The University also has a subscription to Lynda.com, an online skills development service offering an extensive library of high quality video courses in digital, technology, creative and business skills. Please ensure you check Lynda.com for relevant training opportunities prior to submitting a bursary application, as you may find suitable alternatives are readily available online.
Please review the guidance notes below before completing your application:
Links to a range of resources offered by Information Services for developing digital and information literacy, desktop and IT productivity skills in staff and students at the University of Edinburgh. Includes training and support to help you work, research and study more effectively and to support continuing professional development.
The University has a subscription to Lynda.com, an online skills development service with a library of video courses and online training materials for a large number of software packages, digital tools and programming languages. Members of the University can access it for free through MyEd.
Information from IS on how to create data management plans, where to store your data during your project, and how to share and deposit your final data at the end of your project.
The UK Data Service hold the UK’s largest collection of UK and international social, economic and population data. The service is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to meet the data needs of researchers, students and teachers from all sectors.
The Digital Curation Centre (DCC) is an internationally-recognised centre of expertise in digital curation with a focus on building capability and skills for research data management.
A tool developed by developed by the Digital Curation Centre to help you write data management plans.
A blog managed by the Research Data Management Action Group at the University of Edinburgh to communicate progress on the Research Data Management programme.
Digital Humanities Now is an experimental, edited publication that highlights and distributes informally published digital humanities scholarship and resources from the open web.
The Digital Social Science Forum is a new initiative from the Independent Social Research Foundation, bringing together innovative figures who are working at the cutting edge of research in their own fields, in order to develop an interdisciplinary space within which the Digital Social Sciences can thrive.
The Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network (DCHRN) brings together colleagues from across the University and the cultural heritage sector to establish a professional network for people investigating digital cultural heritage issues.
Stanford University webpages detailing their Digital Humanities research, publications, archives and resources.
The Programming Historian offers novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, techniques, and workflows to facilitate their research.
A series of YouTube videos providing guidance and training on QGIS.