Working with the British Library’s Digital Content, Data and Services in your Research and Teaching (University of Lincoln) Organised by British Library Labs, History UK, and the School of History and Heritage at the University of Lincoln as part of the British Library Labs Roadshow (2018). To register for this free event, follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/working-with-the-british-librarys-digital-content-data-and-services-for-your-research-university-of-tickets-44675592901Continue reading Working with the British Library’s Digital Content, Data and Services in your Research and Teaching (University of Lincoln)
We’re pleased to circulate the following announcement of a series of informal seminars at on the philosophy of history at the University of Leeds. The programme for the year is available here.
Following on from Tuesday’s opening presentation, Dr. Antonella Liuzzo Scorpo and Dr. Jamie Wood repeated their introduction to Xerte, its potential and its positive reception so far – to learn more about this, please take a look at my previous blog post. This was followed by Dr. Sarah Atkinson and Adam Bailey, of the UniversityContinue reading Blogging the Xerte Workshops: Thursday 26th June.
I’ve spent a few days writing and revising the final reports for the following e-learning projects which we’ve been involved in over the past year: Making Digital History, funded by the HEA/JISC Digital Literacies in the Disciplines funding programme (report here); T&L: Tagging and Learning – Developing digital literacy through social bookmarking, funded as part of the HEA’sContinue reading Project reports submitted to HEA and JISC
What do modern Goths have to do with ancient and medieval ones? In the Autumn semester last year, the students on my third year module in History at the University of Lincoln, The Goths: Barbarians through History?, took a closer look at this question. In the first half of the module we looked at the GothsContinue reading Using YouTube to teach ancient identities