The EADH takes a practical interest in the role of computing in humanities education and in the training of scholars. The Association also recognises the importance of appropriate computing in the curriculum of higher education courses in the humanistic disciplines, and that there is a range of training needs among young and established scholars. Currently, information about the following topics is available:
- Seminars and Courses
- Digital Humanities Centres
- Camps and Summer Schools
- DH Curricula and Syllabi
For further information on DH courses in Europe, please visit the Digital Humanities Course Registry, a joint effort of the European research infrastructures CLARIN ERIC and DARIAH-EU.