Get digital humanities certification

Whatever you do, in every discipline, and indeed in every aspect of life today, digital technologies can be used to significantly extend and amplify your capabilities. The Digital Humanities Certificate has been designed to give you a sophisticated and systematic approach to making the most from digital technologies in research, teaching, outreach and beyond the university. It is designed to fit neatly with your needs and availability, as a combination of activities supported by experts, personalised learning, and a broad range of short sessions to choose from.

Completing the course gives you an official Certificate, but also a powerful set of capabilities and digital confidence. Awardees will also be permanently listed on our DAHL Hall of Fame web site (point to this in your CV).

Read this short overview of the certification process and requirements.

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Weekly reports and materials

  • 2023 Summer Term Week 1
    Sessions this week: Intro to the Digital Humanities Certificate; Sources of Support at Warwick. Recording available in Teams (membership required). This term sees the start of the DAHL Shorts series (30 minute sessions) and the Digital Humanities Certificate for staff and PGRs. We’ve had about 30 people register for the certificate, with 25 joining us for the ...
  • 2023 Summer Term Week 2
    DAHL Shorts sessions this week were: Finding Inspiring and Usable Data Sources (with the Library team), and Mind Mapping and Concept Mapping using Mindomo (Robert O’Toole). On Tuesday we also had a great VR Club session, again swimming with sea creatures using the Ocean Drift app from Bangor University.
  • 2023 Summer Term Week 3
    Sessions on visualising data online, digital humanities theory, 3D art and sense of place in VR, and an update to Wordpress adding the Zotpress plugin to link to Zotero.
  • 2003 Summer Term Week 4
    This week we had DAHL Shorts presentations on Omeka S (a web publishing, content management, and database application built specifically for digital humanities) and Gale Digital Scholar Lab (a sophisticated toolset for using digital archives of scanned texts). In the VR Club we ran a successful experiment with a new workflow for creating augmented reality ...

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