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Poster presentation at Digital Humanities Conference
For the past two years, the Danish inter-university collaboration on digital humanities (DigHumLab) has sponsored a special interest group in Controversy Mapping. At the annual DigHumLab conference, the special interest group and TANTlab was invited to present its recent work on how datasprints may be used a method for controversy mapping.
Are you our new student researcher?
Apply for student research positions in the lab before September 25.
A semester project ending in Silicon Valley? Four TANT master students share their experience and lessons learned!
New Master in Data-driven Organisational Development and Learning
AAU is currently developing a new master education... Take your chance to have a say!
Research Network for the Anthropology of Technology: Future technologies, culture and human practices
Associate professor Maja Hojer Brunn has just received a grant of 850.000 DKK for an international research network on the Anthropology of Technology: Future technologies, culture and human practices.
Participatory Data Design – introducing a new design strategy
Digital solutions are produced by developers who don’t share the local concerns of users, and researchers in digital humanities only play the role as observers and critics. Researchers from TANTlab and ILDlab present a new design called Participatory Data Design (PDD) aiming to contribute to today's data societies and related problems.