Designing Databases for Historical Research

The Institute of Historical Research now offer a wide selection of digital research training packages designed for historians and made available online on History SPOT.  Most of these have received mention on this blog from time to time and hopefully some of you will...

Computer-Assisted Review

Archives and Society seminar 6 November 2012 Kirsten Ferguson-Boucher (University of Aberystwyth) Computer-Assisted Review   Kirsten Ferguson-Boucher talks about Computer-Assisted Review (also called content analysis amongst other things).  There is a lot of detail...

Digital landscapes and Archaeology

Digital History Digital landscapes and Archaeology Peter Rauxloh (Museum of London Archaeology) 6 December 2011 Internationally known as a leading expert on using databases in archaeology, the Museum of London’s Peter Rauxloh is the perfect person to talk about...

Live Stream on History SPOT today

Locating London’s past: a geo-referencing tool for mapping historical and archaeological evidence, 1660-1800 Today History SPOT will play host to a live stream of this workshop on Locating London’s Past.  This should prove an interesting and exciting event...