Applications now open!! Deadline: 15 February 2022 Notification of outcomes: 1 March 2022
Contents Introduction Programme aim What constitutes a DH OER? What does the programme include? What can you gain from this fellowship?
WHAT The Embarker track will offer a more tailored experience to participants accepted into the programme. Content will be focused specifically on researchers and students who are quite new to digital and computational practices in research and learning.
WHAT To get this track started in 2021, we kicked off during women’s month (August) with a series of talks by women who are involved in tech communities and women who are using various forms of digital and computational skills in their own research and teaching.
WHAT This track is currently under development. If you would like to contribute, act as mentor or expert, or point us to useful resources, please get in touch!
WHO The Enabler track is focused on the needs of people working in support roles, for example within faculties, the library, eResearch offices, or research support offices.
WHAT The Enhancer track will give participants an opportunity to hone their digital and computational research skills with application to a current research project. Participants will have an opportunity to work one-on-one or in small groups with a mentor to learn more advanced techniques, tools, or practices in Digital Humanities or Computational Social Sciences.