Category Archives: Research Methods

Integrating education and research

How to integrate the existing formats of education in the humanities (e.g., examinations, assignments)¬†with ongoing research projects? In my teaching of theoretical courses at art colleges in Antwerp, I have experimented with both very strict forms (digital submissions, data collection) … Continue reading

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Using digital tools and resources for educational purposes

If scholarship is constantly changing as a result of new digital tools, resources and methods, why shouldn’t academic education evolve along? This session will concentrate on the usefulness of integrating digital tools and digitised (re)sources in academic trainings and courses … Continue reading

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Setting up an open and community based research network

Together with some colleagues I set up an International Network for Theory of History (INTH) which aims to foster collaboration and the exchange of ideas among historical theorists worldwide. After having talked about it for a long time, we started … Continue reading

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A basic toolkit for the digital humanist

What are your favourite tools when it comes to scholarly networking and collaboration, pedagogy, data analysis, text mining, data visualization, information management, etc? I will provide a brief summary of basic tools and resources to initiate the discussion.

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