About the Community of Practice
The Community of Practice (COP) is open to all researchers, professional staff, and PGRs within the University of Reading. It is a space for colleagues with an interest in Digital Humanities to collaborate, share ideas and expertise, and discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by digital research.
The COP activities are organised through a dedicated MS Teams channel. Click the blue button below to open this channel. This will work for internal users only (i.e. members of UoR only). After pressing the 'Join' button in the MS Teams dialogue box, you will shortly be added to the Team.
Within the COP Teams channel you can introduce yourself and meet colleagues with mutual interests, and access and share information about funding support, and events. Links to join the COP meetings (which will be held online or streamed) will also be posted in the Teams channel.
The COP is led by the DH Academic Champion, Dr Mara Oliva.
The Academic Champion's role is to represent researchers on the cross-service Hub team, to foster engagement with the discipline of Digital Humanities across the H&C theme, and to shape the provision of DH support to enable researchers to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to embark upon digital research.
Mara contributes expertise in Digital Humanities to the Hub's support for grant applications. She can also provide more general and direct mentorship for researchers who are considering adopting digital methods or would like to know more about Digital Humanities as a discipline. If you would like to know more, do join the COP and introduce yourself, or contact Mara.
The COP currently meets once a term. Each meeting features a presentation from a researcher based at Reading, followed by discussion. From Autumn Term 2022, there will also be one external speaker talk per term alongside the internal event.
Internal COP presentations are open to UoR members only (researchers, staff, PGRs). If you have any questions please contact the Academic Champion.
Wednesday 26 November 2022, 14:00-16:00
Digital Humanities as a Discipline
Wednesday 9 November 2022, 14:00-16:00
Reflections: DH and Our Work
Spring term 2023: Social Network Analysis
Summer term 2023: Digital Humanities and Artificial Intelligence
If you would like to attend the COP meetings, please click here to join the Team.