This is a space for sharing upcoming training opportunities and learning events for the Digital Humanities community.
This upcoming short course from Western Sydney University's Digital Humanities may be of interest:
Digital Methods 4 to 8 December 2017, Sydney
From their website: 'This is a low-cost one-week training event, open to anyone interested in upgrading or refreshing their skills in digital research methods. This includes staff and students from any university but also people working in relevant industries. It may be of interest particularly to people working in galleries, libraries, archives or museums. [...]
Each day will include presentations from the instructor, interactive exercises, and time for participants to develop group or individual projects where they try applying a method or methods of their choice to data or a topic that interests them.'
Sydney University's Digital Humanities Research Group are promoting a series of upcoming events that might be of interest:
Date: Friday, 3rd of November 2017
Presenter: Monika Bednarek, University of Sydney
Location: McRae Room S418, Quadrangle Building, The University of Sydney
New technologies are developing at a rapid pace and have enabled significant breakthroughs in collecting, analysing and visualising the textual data that are at the heart of many subjects. This interdisciplinary unit introduces students to the many uses of computers and digital tools, with specific focus on the analysis of spoken and written text. The unit will teach students how to use computer tools for the collection or analysis of discourse/text, for example social media, literature, fieldwork data, corporate communication, foreign language, interviews, news discourse and many more. The emphasis is on free and easy-to-use tools and no prior technical expertise is expected or required.
Date: 22nd-24th of November 2017
Presenters: Francesco Borghesi, Massimo Riva, Brown University and Dino Buzzetti, University of Bologna
Date: 4th-6th of December 2017
Presenters: Mark Byron and Dirk van Hulle, University of Antwerp