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Mission

The Digital Resources for the Humanities conferences are a major forum for all those affected by the digitization of our common cultural heritage: the scholar creating or using an electronic edition; the teacher using digital resources as an aid to learning; the publisher finding new ways to reach new audiences; the librarian, curator or archivist wishing to improve both access to and conservation of the digital information that characterizes contemporary culture and scholarship; the computer or information science specialist seeking to apply new scientific and technical developments to the creation, exploitation and management of digital resources.

Chair and Secretary

The Chair of the DRHA Standing Committee is Christopher Pressler, Director of Research and Learning Resources at The University of Nottingham. The Current Secretary is Alastair Dunning, Digitisation Programme Manager at the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC).

Organisation of DRHA Conferences & conference Protocol

The overall organisation of DRHA conferences is the responsibility of the DRHA Standing Committee, which comprises representatives from the Sponsoring Organisations (see below). Conferences are held annually within the UK. The academic programme of each conference is overseen by a Programme Committee appointed for that conference, while the practical arrangements for running the conference are managed by the particular host institution.

The organisation and running of DRH conferences is governed by a Protocol:

DRH Protocol
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About this Website

This redesign went live on 6th May 2005. It was coded by Alastair Dunning whilst working at the Arts and Humanities Data Service, and the graphical banner by Damien Doherty, then of the Centre for Computing in the Humanities at King's College London.

It was designed according to W3C Standards, esp. XHTML1.0 Transitional and CSS2

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