Digital modelling workshop for humanities researchers and educators

 

Day workshop on digital modelling for beginners.

Monday 14th Dec, University of Reading, 10.00-17.00.

 

 

The day will introduce humanities researchers and teachers to the basics of 3D modelling in SketchUp, and show some of the uses to which these techniques can be put.

The day is led by Dr Matthew Nicholls, whose work on digital modelling of Roman sites won the 2014 Guardian/HEA Teaching Excellence Award.

The workshop is generously funded by the British Academy’s ‘Rising Star Engagement Award’ grant scheme.

 

Free of charge; all welcome. Some financial assistance with travel costs may be available to students wishing to attend.

For booking or further details please contact Elisabeth Meijer:

e.h.meijer@pgr.reading.ac.uk

 

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2 Comments

  • Tania

    I would jump at the chance to be able to be part of this course.
    I am very intrigued about your models creation.
    I have been studying the development of Perth Western Australia.
    For many years i have been collecting information so that I could create a 3D model one day, I would like to show on this model from what the area looked like before settlement, to what it is today.
    I would like to develop layovers that show the evolution over the years of magor changes

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