Your Methods Network!
Your Methods Network!
The Methods Network is committed to making as much material as possible freely available to the UK Higher Education community to promote the use of advanced ICT methods in arts and humanities research. This page is an index to all the resources available on this website.
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Community website: Digital Arts & Humanities
The Methods Network supports and develops a community website - Digital Arts & Humanities - that allows you to discuss and share ideas and materials with the community and make new contacts.
For general information about podcasts see the What is podcasting? page.
The Methods Network Podcast address is http://www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk/podcast/methnet-podcast.xml.
Audio files exist for a number of Methods Network Expert Seminars.
See the Audio Files Index.
For general information about RSS Feeds see the What is the RSS feed? page.
The Methods Network RSS Feed address is: http://www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk/news/methnet-rss.xml.
Abstracts and Papers
See individual Expert Seminar pages which may be found via the Expert Seminar Index. Other Methods Network Expert Seminar materials may also be found on these pages. Information about Methods Network podcasts and audio files may be found on individual Expert Seminar pages as well as via the 'Podcasts' and 'Audio Files' links above.
Training Materials and Reports
Training Materials and/or Reports will be made available for all Methods Network funded Workshops, Seminars and Hybrid Activities.
For materials currently available, see the Training Materials and Reports Index .
See the Case Studies Index for links to the Methods Network's continuing series of case studies of projects and individual researchers making exemplary use of advanced ICT methods
See the Working Papers Index for links to our ongoing series of working papers.
The Methods Network is producing a series of expert publications under the generic title Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities . Follow the link for further information.
The Methods Network produces an in-house newsletter three times a year.
See the Newsletter Index for links to newsletters currently available.