Student Conference on Information Technology in the Humanities
The Humanities Applications (CT327) course looks at ways in which Information Technology is used in the humanities. The aims of the course are to give the students a good overview of how IT can be applied in the humanities, and enable them to perform in-depth research into a particular area.
Secondary aims are to help train students in research skills and to improve their writing and presentation skills.
The picture shows the 18 students who presented papers in this years conference held in the Department of IT, Monday April 18th 2005.
Topics researched included IT in a varity of areas, including Psychology, Entertainment, languages, mathematical applications and legal science.
News last updated : Monday 18th April 2005