The Digital Champions Initiative includes six mentorship tracks and provides an opportunity for scholars to hone their computational and digital skills and become part of the growing community. The EMPOWER track specifically targets women in Humanities and Social Sciences who are interested in digital and computational research.
In August 2021, we’re launching the EMPOWER track with a series of talks and open discussions. The series coincides with South Africa’s Women’s Month. Our presenters include:
We hope that these talks and discussions will encourage women in Humanities and Social Sciences to grow their own digital and computational skills, share their experience with others, and become part of an active community of practice in South Africa.
Throughout the series we will provide information about
Students, researchers, lecturers, librarians, research support staff and others from humanities and social sciences are invited.
The series of presentations and discussions will be hosted online via Zoom. Connection details will be shared before the event with all registered participants.
Participation in the series is FREE.
Please register online before the start of the events.
If you have any questions, please liaise with Anelda van der Walt via e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org.