KDL Mission and Activities document to communicate our remit to stakeholders and allocate resources.
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What if the looming spectre of AI meant also that our furniture started to harbour grudges and our homes experienced existential angst?
Process and findings of the collaboration between colleagues at ANU and KDL to investigating the Reading at the Interface project dataset.
Part 4: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Part 3: Visibility, recognition, career development, sustainability and training
Part 2: People, projects, infrastructure, methodologies and processes
Part 1: Research Technology Professionals in the Arts and Humanities
Scoping out a service for 3D data
New Director of KDL
Departure of KDL director.
An account of the progress made to ensure our outputs are more accessible.
Reposted from DDH blog
KDL Checklist for Digital Outputs Assessment in the REF
Research Software Careers in King’s Digital Lab
Reflections from a KDL Research Fellow
The Digital Ghost Hunt begins development
Modelling is a concept that is central to DH, though its various linguistic associations can encompass complementary and contradictory meanings.
Low bandwidth delivery of cultural heritage content
KDL prepares to unleash a new power tool for the Digital Humanities
Arianna reflects on her first month at KDL
KDL balance the tensions inherent when digital solutions are applied to analogue problems.
Toponyms are slippery things, encumbered with cultural baggage, questions of identity and language.
KDL builds on a legacy that includes 30 years of activity, set against a background of rapid innovation and change.