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Evidence of Value of ICT


The ICT Programme is working closely with the Methods Network to collect evidence of value from the Network's activities, and those of the community of researchers that have taken part in them.

The first of these took place on 11-12 January 2007, when Professor Mary Jacobus (Director, CRASSH), Dr Alan Blackwell (Computer Laboratory, Crucible), and Professor David Robey (Director, AHRC ICT Programme) jointly convened a Methods Network Consultation Seminar at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH), University of Cambridge. Entitled Evidence of Value: ICT in the Arts and Humanities the seminar gathered together a good number of mostly local participants representing an unusually wide variety of disciplines and types of expertise in the arts and humanities. It was particularly helpful for teasing out the range of issues, and the different kinds of value of ICT that we need to think about.

Read the Rapporteur's Report of the Seminar