Questions and consultation hours
The Digital Humanities Lab regularly distributes calls for proposals: researchers can then apply for tailor-made applications. Such an application need not be fully elaborated: the Lab can also provide advice about what might be the best ICT-solution to your research problem. The Lab is not limited to linguistics – researchers from all the disciplines in the humanities are welcome. Currently, the Lab is working on, for example, historical/genealogical research, in which family trees from the Early Modern age are automatically checked for inconsistencies.
Moreover, the Lab offers no-obligation consultations to which the staff of the Faculty of the Humanities and all those interested are invited. Please contact the DHLab through email to set up an online meeting, or to make an live appointment with us at the Living Lab DH. The Lab’s programmers, and coordinator and advisor dr. José de Kruif will be available during these consultation meetings.
From October 2021 onwards, there is a walk-in consultation hour every Thursday from 15-16.00h at the Digital Humanities Lab, Drift 10, room 3.08. For this consultation no appointment is required.
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