Latest Events

An overview of all the latest events for the Digital Community. To filter your search please use one of our categories.

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Webinar: Key data: UK and cross-national surveys

10 October 2019

This introductory webinar is intended for anyone who wants to learn about the key survey datasets available from the UK Data Service which provide snapshots of the UK or that allow comparisons to be made across countries.

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Digi Health UK

24 October 2019

This conference is the latest in a series of events hosted by Open Forum Events focusing on digital transformation and emerging technologies within the healthcare sector. It will bring together NHS professionals, public, private, academia, voluntary and third sector where the discussions and…

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Webinar: Key data: Census

24 October 2019

This webinar is intended as an introduction to the Census data available from the UK Data Service, for anyone who is interested in using them in research or teaching.

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Methods Fair 2019: Creativity in Social Science Research

28 October 2019

methods@manchester is delighted to announce their annual Methods Fair: Creativity in Social Science Research, will be held on 28th October 2019 at The University of Manchester from 10.30am to 4.45pm. Building on the success of the 2017 Methods Fair, which focused on creative ways of presenting…

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Digital literacy (Humanities Teaching Academy Workshops 2019-20)

30 October 2019

This masterclass will enable participants to explore how they might effectively and appropriately integrate digital literacy into the teaching and learning environment to support single teaching sessions or entire programmes.

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Visualising Newspaper Data

30 October 2019

Interested in data visualisation, information design or historic newspapers? We’re looking for a small group of volunteers to take part in some trial workshops in October, being run in collaboration with London College of Communication.

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