The Centre for Arts Doctoral Research (CADRE) at the University of Warwick is hosting a regional training event for Doctoral students attending any Midlands university. We have 20 free places available, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Join us on 18 June between 11am and 3pm for two exciting workshops designed specifically for the Arts/Humanities doctoral student. Begin the day by investigating a range of digital tools which can help you to capture, organise and analyse your arts and humanities data. Enjoy lunch at Warwick's Modern Records Centre and then hear from the archive manager and academics about how to make the best use of archives and to locate your sources. Finally learn about the array of data on your door step held within Warwick's Modern Records Centre collections.
Programme: 18th June
- 11am: Arrival and welcome at University House
- 11.30: Digital Tools presented by the Digital Humanities team, location TBC
- 12.30: Lunch in the Modern Records Centre
- 1pm: An introduction to using Archives and the MRC collections
- 3pm: Close
How to find us
The University is located in the heart of England, adjacent to the city of Coventry - 3 miles (5 kilometres) from the city centre - and on the border with Warwickshire.