Want to do some interesting research? Why not learn to code?

Tobias Blanke, Professor of Humanities and AI at the University of Amsterdam, suggests that everyone can benefit from learning to code. As digital skills are becoming ever more vital, we worked with the Programming Historian (PH) and The National Archives to develop tutorial articles focused on computational skills for digital collections. A partnership to support computational […]


Academic libraries and archives – engaging with computational methods

This post forms part of our signposting series for collections as data, AI and computational approaches to Arts and Humanities for libraries and archives. Nice clear AI information Here’s a nice simple guide to AI from the BBC and you can also try our very own Explore AI site to try your hand at some […]