CDHR Seminar Series


Katrina Grant
CDHR Seminar Series

The Centre for Digital Humanities Seminar Series and aims to share digital humanities research and projects at ANU and elsewhere. Seminars will run in our Digital Humanities Lab (Rm 2.25 Sir Roland Wilson Budiling), unless otherwise indicated. Presentations are relatively informal with a focus on discussion and demonstration (show and tell). The seminar is open to everyone, and we welcome proposals for presentations on all types of Digital Humanities research.

Past events

Search as Learning: challenges and approaches of the use of search engines as learning platforms

6 Jul 2018

Web searches are now part of our daily lives. Individuals use search engines to start almost every activity online, ranging from simple searches (factual,...

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David de Roure, University of Oxford

30 Oct 2017

Dave will demonstrate his use of Arduinos to recreate a three wire Cooke & Wheatstone telegraph connected to a virtual Analytical Engine.Curious? Come...

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The Australian War Memorial’s ‘Art of Nation’ - a virtual exhibition with Dr Anthea Gunn, Australian War Memorial

7 Aug 2017

The Australian War Memorial’s new online exhibition Art of nation is set within a digital 3D interpretation of Charles Bean’s earliest plans for the Memorial....

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Tracking and visualising change in Raynal’s Histoire with Mitchell Whitelaw and Geoff Hinchcliffe, ANU Design

10 Apr 2017

Glenn Roe commissioned us to develop an interface that would track and visualise textual changes in three editions of Raynal’s Histoire. We used computational...

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