The DIU supports and promotes escholarship in the humanities and social sciences by providing a platform for information sharing, research support and technical innovation. The Unit creates and explores new forms of knowledge, investigates relationships between technology and scholarship, and promotes learning about digital technologies and research methods.
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  • Arts Faculty Research Performance Day 2008: Digital Research 

    Sukovic, Suzana (2008-10-31)
    Research Performance Day showcased - in a series of ten minute talks - the richness and diversity of research in the Faculty, on the part of young scholars, established researchers, and postgraduates just embarking on an ...
  • International initiatives in the digital humanities and eScholarship 

    McCarty, Willard; Coleman, Ross; Johnson, Ian; Hayes, Steven (2008-10-23)
    In this workshop, the presenters will discuss their recent experiences with international initiatives and collaboration, and consider future developments. Ross Coleman will report on a recent Library-funded trip to ...
  • Drawing Words, Writing Images 

    Walker, Jonathan (2008-10-23)
    I'm involved in a number of projects that cross different genres and registers - scholarly, literary, fictional and non-fictional - but the one thing they all have in common is that they combine words and images. I'll be ...
  • Convergent flows: humanities scholars and their interactions with electronic texts 

    Sukovic, Suzana (University of Chicago Press, 2008-07)
    This article reports research findings related to converging formats, media, practices, and ideas in the process of academics’ interaction with electronic texts during a research project. The findings are part of the ...
  • Ancient remains database, historical maps and GIS in landscape analysis 

    Svedjemo, Gustav (2008-10-08)
    Sweden has two valuable resources that can be used in landscape analyses. The first of these is the Board of Antiquities Ancient Remains GIS Database (FMIS) which catalogues around 1.7 million remains in 600 000 locations ...

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