As high-level, cross-cutting concepts, space and time provide important reference points that transcend disciplinary boundaries in the digital humanities.


Visualisation techniques can summarise, present and enact rich materials visually, as an important integrated part of the research processes of the humanities.


The use of ontologies provides the semantic definitions and clarifications to transform disparate, localised information into a coherent resource.


This NeDiMAH working group focuses on developing digital data. Building digital collections of data for research involves consideration of the subsequent use and re-use of these collections, using ICT tools and methods. This has an impact on the creation, management, and long term sustainability of digital data, and the use of digital resources for the creation and publication of new knowledge is a vital part of the digital life-cycle


ICT tools and methods, such as information retrieval and extraction methods, can reveal new knowledge from large amounts of textual data.


Digital editions are becoming established in philology, but scholars need to understand the tools used in the production and dissemination of scholarly editions.

Cross-team workgroups


The research carried out by NeDiMAH is contributing to the classification and expression of ICT methods used in the arts and humanities in a key output: an enhanced ICT methods ontology.


This Working Group will seek to assemble an authoritative body of knowledge regarding best practice as defined to date in the evaluation of digital scholarship and its outputs, and through this, ad


NeDiMAH has adopted a flexible and responsive approach to developing activities outside of the Working Group structure which draw together issues related to Digital Methods in the Arts and Humaniti