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A paper outlining the strategic significance of VREs in the AHRC's subject areas was presented by Sheila Anderson, Stuart Dunn and Lorna Hughes at the 2005 e-Science All Hands Meeting. Entitled VREs in the Arts and Humanities, it was published in the conference's Proceedings and can also be downloaded here [PDF].

Further information is available from the AHeSSC website, in their VRE Briefing Paper.

The following are the JISC-funded Arts and Humanities VRE projects:

  • Building a VRE for the Humanities

  • University of Oxford (Humanities Division)

  • VRE in Political Discourse

  • University of East Anglia
    University of Hull

  • Silchester Roman Town: A VRE for Archaeology

  • University of Reading
    York Archaeological Trust

  • CSAGE: Collaborative Stereoscopic Access Grid

  • University of Manchester
    University of Southampton