Text and computer-assisted research in Humanities, Tuesday 27th May

it-services-logoAttention is drawn to an IT Services session next week, which will provide valuable tips on the ways in which computing tools such as text encoding, visualization and computational linguistics can be used to study humanities texts.

Researchers hosting the event will be using contrasting studies (medieval manuscripts and charters) to showcase open source tools, examining the ways in which they can enhance our understanding of historical materials.

This free session should be of significant interest to those conducting research, and takes place from 12:30-1:30 at IT Services on Banbury Road. For further information, please see the course details page.