Tuesday 15 October 2013 – Adam Crymble – The Programming Historian 2: Collaborative Pedagogy for Digital History
Who: Adam Crymble (King’s College London)
What: The Programming Historian 2: Collaborative Pedagogy for Digital History
When: Tuesday, 15 October 2013, 5:15pm (BST/GMT+1)
Where: Bedford Room G37, Senate house, Ground floor or live online at HistorySpot
The Programming Historian 2 offers open access, peer reviewed tutorials designed to provide historians with new technical skills that are immediately relevant to their research needs. The project also offers a peer reviewed platform for those seeking to share their skills with other historians and humanists. In this talk, Adam will discuss the project from behind the scenes, looking at how it has grown and hopes to continue to grow, as an enduring digital humanities project and alternative publishing and learning platform.
Adam Crymble is one of the founding editors of the Programming Historian 2. He is the author of ‘How to Write a Zotero Translator: A Practical Beginners Guide for Humanists’ and is finishing a PhD in history and digital humanities at King’s College London. Adam is also a Fellow of the Software Sustainability Institute.