ICT in Arts and Humanities Research
Welcome to the webpages of the AHRC's ICT (Information and Communication Technology) in Arts and Humanities Research Programme.
Launched by the AHRC in October 2003, now with funding of £3.8m, this strategic programme will run until September 2008. Its aim is to develop, promote and monitor the AHRC's ICT strategy, and to build capacity nation-wide in the use of ICT for arts and humanities research, in particular by funding a range of projects and services that will complement those already funded by the AHRC and other national bodies.
AHRC-EPSRC-JISC Arts and Humanities e-Science InitiativeAs part of this initiative, a joint AHRC-EPSRC-JISC call for bids has now been issued, to include e-Science Research Grants to a total value of £2m, and six 4-year e-Science postgraduate studentships. An Information Meeting was held on 8 September to answer questions from prospective applicants. For up-to-date information from this meeting click here or use the e-Science Research Grants tab on the left.
Progress Reports of the twelve ICT Strategy Projects scheme are now available. Click here for further details.
The AHRC ICT Methods Network was officially launched in March 2006. For further information about their activities, projects and expert seminars see the Methods Network's website.
We have developed an ICT Map to identify the UK's unique range of public bodies and services which provide cross-disciplinary support for the use of ICT in arts and humanities research. Click here for the printable ICT Map which provides a brief description of the main providers and links to further information on each one.
For further information on the Programme's other activities, use the tabs above and to the left.