Conference, design, Digital Humanities, game, virtual heritage

Thanks to all those who attended the DIGHUMLAB launch

On Monday 10 September 2012 we had our official launch and I would like to thank all who attended and the invited speakers and it appeared yesterday and today on the Aarhus University website.

Would like to have more time for questions and answers session, but the delay was probably caused by the audience networking over good coffee, which is just further proof of the need for a more collaborative and communal organization to help promote and disseminare digital humanities!

There will be two new PhD positions advertised soon, and Aalborg may also be introducing new possibilities so keep eyes tuned to the dighumlab.dk website.

Patrik Svensson at DIGHUMLAB launch 10 September 2012

PHOTO: Professor Patrik Svensson Director of HUMlab, Umeå University, Sweden, discussing interactive media and virtual worlds.
UPDATE: The University article and photo is here: http://www.au.dk/om/nyheder/nyhed/artikel/millionsatsning-paa-nyt-digitalt-laboratorium/ (DANISH) ORhttp://dighumlab.dk/index.php?id=2155&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=120&cHash=64e8312ce6f3871a51329b63375352aa

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