It’s all about where they find you…

This month the First World War Poetry Digital Archive received its 1 millionth hit. Launched in November 2008, it reached the million mark in half the time than that of its predecessor The Wilfred Owen Archive. But where do our … Continue reading

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Engage: Social Media Michaelmas 2013

We are thrilled to announce that we will run our award-winning training programme ‘Engage: Social Media Michaelmas’ for a second time! We are currently pulling together a fantastic programme of talks, courses and workshops that will inspire and build skills … Continue reading

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Conference Call: Unlocking Sources – The First World War online & Europeana

This is a very last minute call for papers: Unlocking Sources – The First World War online and Europeana: As three projects Europeana Collections 1914-1918, EFG1914 and Europeana 1914-1918 will complete in 2014, it is a good time to meet and discuss new digital offerings … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities at Oxford

This week marks the annual Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School, and I’m thrilled to be so involved in it this year. I usually give a presentation, but this year’s Cultural Connections strand provides more opportunities for the EET to … Continue reading

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