This one-year pilot project seeks to address two key challenges: what form should the editing of historical texts take in the digital sphere; and how can online tools and collaborative workspaces successfully be built into the academic research process?
Histore stands for Historians' Online Research Environments. This project aims to encourage historians to make greater use of online research tools and to empower them to request appropriate tools for their institutions' own Virtual Research Environments (VREs).
The History in Education website was created to enable all those interested in history in schools to access the materials generated by the History in Education project.
History in Focus provides history resources for learning and teaching arranged around themes of particular interest. The resources are free, and include original articles, book reviews, web links and bibliographies.
Subjects covered by History in Focus are listed below.
History SPOT [Seminar Podcasts and Online Training] provides an archive of Institute of Historical Research seminars, conferences, lectures and workshops as podcasts or live streamed events and is host to our online research training materials including handbooks and training courses.
JISC is funding British History Online to investigate the use of digital online resources in Higher Education, with a particular focus on British History Online itself. The funding comes from JISC's 'Impact and Embedding' programme.
InScribe is an online course on Palaeography and Manuscript Studies developed across the School of Advanced Study (including IHR and IES). Its aim is to support the teaching of Palaeography and related studies at a postgraduate level.
British History Online is a leading digital library for British history, receiving over a million page views per month.