The Embarker Track
Learn about the vast landscape of digital scholarship and start applying it to your own work
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. The track will run over several weeks and will include instructional presentations, open discussions with community members, and small tasks to perform in participants' own time to apply newly acquired skills and knowledge.
The curriculum is currently under development. We welcome input from anyone wanting to contribute to the content or act as mentor or expert on the track.
Researchers and students studying, or working in humanities or social sciences who want to learn more about digital and computational research practices, resources, tools, and communities in general.
A limited number of participants will be accepted into this track.
No prior experience is needed but we strongly advise applicants to work through the Explorer Track before submitting their applications. We welcome anyone interested to learn more!
Application information will be shared on this page and via our other communication channels as soon as the curriculum and application form are finalised.
A draft schedule will be shared here shortly.