Hi, Welcome to this blog.
This is a space for posts on theory and projects in pursuit of an M.A Digital Humanities. I’ll be discussing a range of topics including Online Learning, Digital Heritage, Data Modelling, Metadata, Gathering Data, coding, Computational Methods and most importantly the analysis, interpretation and presentation of results.
Click into About Me to find out a bit more about me and my research.
On navigation: Up Above are my latest posts, Up Top you can browse my pages! Down Below you can browse by category, or tags! Feel free to have a browse: my blogs can all be see under the page Blog Post Archive. Constructive criticism is welcome, and I’m always open to expanding my knowledge so feel free to weigh in or get in touch. I’ll be adding more information to some posts as the year goes on, and improving the content and design.
The learning outcomes from the individual modules will be on the pages named after their respective titles. Here I will be constructing a narrative to guide anyone interested through the projects I have been working on, and what I have learned and chart my progression throughout the year.
Interesting articles and resources will be added to the Additional Readings section, I will be building up a comprehensive bibliography as the year progresses.