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=Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London=
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==Available==
  
(Formerly '''Centre for Computing in the Humanities''' (CCH))
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* https://www.kdl.kcl.ac.uk/
  
(Recently split into the academic department, focussing on the teaching of digital humanities, digital curation and digital culture, and King's Digital Lab, which operates the research and development activities formerly carried out by the Department/Centre.)
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** Formerly Centre for Computing in the Humanities (CCH), 1999–2012
 
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** Renamed Department of Digital Humanities (DDH), 2012
==Websites==
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** Split in 2015 into two units: DDH, the teaching department focussing on the teaching of digital culture and curation; KDL, the development unit, which which operates the research and development activities formerly carried out by CCH.
* Department: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/ddh/index.aspx
 
* Digital Lab: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/digitallab/index.aspx
 
  
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
From the home page:
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From the page:
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<blockquote>
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<p>The members of '''King's Digital Lab''' are motivated by problem solving and innovation and come from a variety of backgrounds, both commercial and academic. We pride ourselves on being approachable and being able to communicate technical concepts effectively to a range of audiences. Similarly, we have worked in many subject areas and are accustomed to absorbing new ideas, discussing new directions, and learning with our project partners.</p>
  
:The Department of Digital Humanities is an international leader in the application of technology in the arts and humanities, and in the social sciences. It is the largest and most prestigious department of its kind anywhere.
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<p>As part of our commitment to emergent technology we hold regular technical review sessions to discuss the potentials and application of new devices, software and techniques.</p>
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:The Department is dedicated to furthering the possibilities of computing for arts and humanities scholarship and, in collaboration with local, national and international research partners across the disciplines, to design and build applications which implement these possibilities, in particular those which produce online research publications.
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===Classical projects at KCL ===
 
 
===Classical projects at DDH ===
 
  
 
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* [[Theatron]]
 
* [[Theatron]]
  
===Other Digital Humanities Projects at DDH ===
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===Other Digital Humanities Projects at KDL ===
 
 
(For a more complete list, see [https://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/ddh/research/projects/completed/index DDH Completed Projects page])
 
  
 
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Revision as of 14:06, 29 June 2020

Available

    • Formerly Centre for Computing in the Humanities (CCH), 1999–2012
    • Renamed Department of Digital Humanities (DDH), 2012
    • Split in 2015 into two units: DDH, the teaching department focussing on the teaching of digital culture and curation; KDL, the development unit, which which operates the research and development activities formerly carried out by CCH.

Description

From the page:

The members of King's Digital Lab are motivated by problem solving and innovation and come from a variety of backgrounds, both commercial and academic. We pride ourselves on being approachable and being able to communicate technical concepts effectively to a range of audiences. Similarly, we have worked in many subject areas and are accustomed to absorbing new ideas, discussing new directions, and learning with our project partners.

As part of our commitment to emergent technology we hold regular technical review sessions to discuss the potentials and application of new devices, software and techniques.

Classical projects at KCL

(All links internal to this wiki--do not add an external link: create a page)

Other Digital Humanities Projects at KDL

(Links are external to this wiki)