Ethics of Using Digital Media in Arts and Humanities Research
Time: 09:00 - 17:30
Venue: Ellen Wilkinson Building, The University of Manchester
Registration is now open for the ‘Ethics of Using Digital Media in Arts and Humanities Research’ Conference, which will take place on 22nd February 2019 at the University of Manchester.
This one-day conference will focus on examining the ethical implications and considerations of using digital media in researching cultural heritage. The event is a continuation of the 2017 Researching Digital Cultural Heritage conference (organised by the University of Manchester and Newcastle University), with an emphasis towards post-graduate researchers and early career researchers and academics.
The ‘Ethics of Using Digital Media in Arts and Humanities Research’ conference is funded by the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership and by artsmethods@manchester. The conference is also supported by the Digital Futures initiative of the University of Manchester.
The event will be split into two formats: presentations speakers across the country and a workshop which will provide hands-on exercises and discussion to share existing practices and to co-create an online resource that can be made publicly available (for researchers and practitioners alike). The resulting resource will focus on ethical considerations, issues and relevant examples/case studies in using digital media in cultural heritage research.