The Digital Humanities Forum is a diverse group of individuals from across the Humanities, with a common interest in technology and digital resources, and the different, exciting ways that we use and engage with them in our varied fields of work. We are always looking for new members to join our vibrant community and welcome individuals from all areas of the university, and all levels of digital literacy.
Our aim is to inspire, encourage and support the use of digital methods, tools and resources across the faculty. Individuals at all levels of digital literacy are invited to recognise their potential to enhance research, teaching, and enterprise. We encourage collaboration and dialogue in all these areas.
We do this through regular meetings, externally-facing forums and workshops, and the cultivation of a ‘digital support network’ amongst colleagues.