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The Lab, Room 213 Level 2 West Wing

Arts West Building (BN 148, access via single lift at the rear foyer)

University of Melbourne

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Carrying out research across the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) increasingly requires the knowledge and skills to work with online tools and repositories of data. HASS researchers have traditionally found accessing a fragmented landscape of data, tools and services to be a slow and manual process. The HASS DEVL (Data Enhanced Virtual Lab) is a national collaboration aiming to address these challenges by providing pathways to new tools, data repositories and training support. This session will provide a sneak peek at the early release of tools being developed and is aimed at HASS researchers looking to stay up-to-date with digital tools and methods.


Presenter: Greg D'Arcy

Greg has over 20 years’ experience in digital transformation initiatives across the education and research sectors. As part of the (SCIP) team, Greg contributes to the development of tools and services to support research and digital scholarship in the digital humanities and social sciences.


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The Lab, Room 213 Level 2 West Wing

Arts West Building (BN 148, access via single lift at the rear foyer)

University of Melbourne

VIC 3010

Australia

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