Courses & Training

Digital Editions Course

This course runs termly and is for anyone interested in creating digital editions, whether students, researchers or library staff. See for previous examples.

Hands-on sessions cover:

  • Beginnerís TEI-encoding

  • Creating digital images in a range of ways, using equipment available in the library

  • Transcription principles

  • Introduction to issues relevant to digital projects such as preservation, metadata, delivery, and dissemination.

Further information and course programme.

Humanities Coding Club

This club, for anyone teaching themselves to code, or with expertise to share, runs on Friday afternoons in term time in the Graduate Group Study Room. The core hours are 1pm - 2.30pm, with the room booked until 5pm for anyone doing a longer piece of work.

Further information.

Introduction to Digital Humanities

PILOT COURSE: a new introductory course on Digital Humanities is currently being developed and will pilot in Trinity Term 2019. Anyone who would like further information, please email

Library inductions and information skills sessions for new students

For further information about 2018 library tours and information skills sessions, see our Information Skills Training page.

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