Join the DAHL, everyone is welcome
The DAHL is an Arts Faculty community initiative, supporting digitally-enhanced student work and teaching, and developing our community's digital and designerly capabilities. It is coordinated by Arts Faculty Director of Student Digital Experience, Dr Robert O'Toole.
For reports on events and reflections on the use and future of tech in the Arts and Humanities, read the DAHL JournalLink opens in a new window blog.
Shorts are 30 minute sessions. Longs are 2 hours or more (see details).
Celebrating and showcasing work by Arts Faculty students and staff. Including the annual DAHL student competition.
The winners for 2023 are: Best Overall - Rebecca Capel (History); Best Production - Olivia Wildblood (English); Best Reflection - Emma Kühnelt (History).
The competition will reopen for 2024 entries in the Easter vacation.
Courses, modules, certificates, degrees.
Next course: Digital Humanities CertificateLink opens in a new window for PGRs (Summer Term 2023).
Complete a selection of short online or in-FAB workshops (including from the DAHL Shorts programme), build a portfolio of reflections on the workshops you have attended, complete a more substantial project (individually or in a group) that will have a useful impact on your own practice (research, teahching or outreach).
- Digital Pedagogy LibraryLink opens in a new window - cataloguing the effective use of tech in teaching.
- VR ClubLink opens in a new window - using our collection of VR headsets to explore the potential of VR (and have fun).
For guidance on choosing, configuring and using tools for teaching, see the Tech Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL) web siteLink opens in a new window.