In this one day workshop, you will learn how to organise your historical research data. You will hear from experienced researchers about their work and learn from database specialists about designing and building your own database. We will discuss how to use a computerised database to record and interrogate historical and archaeological evidence. You will see how careful database design enables you to extract qualitative evaluation from your quantitative data.
|Intended audience||Historians and archeologists who need to store and interrogate data|
|Prior knowledge||No previous knowledge required|
|Software||Access 2010, Excel 2010|
|Format||Presentation, practical exercises and some group work|
|Further information||If you are not a member of Oxford University you are still welcome to attend this event. To register your interest please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost for external attendees is £95.|
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