Category Archives: Research Methods

Posts about analytical approaches of all kinds as well as posts about finding, evaluating, and using information.

VOX: Voices Of eXperience

What does it happen when Humanists & Technologists work together? What are the challenges and opportunities of cross-field and interdisciplinary collaborations? What is your personal experience? This Talk session proposes to listen to the voices of Humanists and Technologists involved in … Continue reading

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Beyond the Text: Teaching DH with visual sources

With one foot firmly in corpus linguistics, Digital History has often been about finding, collecting, collating, manipulating and linking textual information.  However, just as historians have learned to move beyond the text in traditional historical research, so too do we … Continue reading

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Enriching digitised archival content

Over the past year I have been project managing the content workstream of the British Library’s flagship digitisation programme with the Qatar Foundation, now launched and live on a bilingual free-to-use portal at This service offers a unique resource … Continue reading

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