Ever since I stumbled into the company of Toby Bellwood and Legostormtroppr I’ve become fascinated with data visualisation, coding, and digital humanities. These guys have been influencing me for two years now and in that time I’ve put together a list of “teach yourself” courses and reading that I want to do once I finish my librarianship degree (studying part-time sucks).

So here it is:

  1. [Course] The Programming Historian 
  2. [Conference] National Digital Forum
  3. [Course] Digital Heritage Handbook
  4. [Reading] Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 
  5. [Course] Teach Yourself TEI

  6. [Course] Library Carpentry
  7. [Course] Python
  8. [Course] Developer’s 5-month guide to learn code
  9. [Course] Freecodecamp
  10. [Reading] What Skills Does a Digital Archivist or Librarian Need?

Till next time!
DFTBA (Don’t Forget to be Awesome)


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