The Importance of Being Digital: exploring digital scholarship and digital methods

The project focuses on the transformation that “being digital” entails for research practices and scholarship in general. Digital technologies have not only expanded the possibilities of dissemination, allowing for a greater impact of research on society and decision-making. They have revolutionized academic work, making “new things” possible and offering the possibility of doing “old things”…


GrinUGR at the eHumanities Group

This is the presentation I gave at the eHumanities Group (Amsterdam) on March 13th 2014: “GrinUGR – Co-Laboratory on Digital Cultures in Social Sciences and Humanities. A view on Digital Humanities and Social Sciences”.