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Institute of Historical Research

Training Courses

Please feel free to browse the current and forthcoming IHR Training Courses. If you are looking for our Conferences and Events, please see here.

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Institute of Historical Research

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Building and using databases for historical research

This completely online, self-taught, course explains how to design, build and maintain databases for historical purposes.

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09/12/201231/12/2020£99.00[Read More]
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Databases for Historians I

This 4-day course is an introduction to the theory and practice of constructing and using databases. Taught via a mixture of formal lectures and 'hands-on' practical classes, the session will introduce a wide range of skills and techniques, showing how to design and build a database appropriate to the needs of your project, and illustrating how this will help to guide and expand your analysis.

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03/07/201706/07/2017£265.00[Read More]
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Day School in London History

The IHR training programme in local history blends exciting and inspirational reports and lectures on recent and ongoing local history projects with practical instruction and workshops in skills and techniques for developing study of your own localities.

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20/07/201720/07/2017[Read More]
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Inscribe Module 2: Scripts

The scripts module of InScribe provides a detailed study of individual script styles to determine the origin and date of production of a given manuscript. 

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29/04/201401/05/2024£25.00[Read More]
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Methods and sources for historical research

This course aims to equip historical researchers with the skills they will need to find and gain access to all the primary source materials they need for their projects. Over the course of a week (Mon-Fri), participants will learn, through an intensive programme of lectures and visits to repositories in and around London, how to combine online tools and traditional archival search techniques to locate and obtain evidence. Institutions visited will include the British Library, the National Archives and a number of other major national repositories in addition to a wide range of smaller and more specialised archives. The course is primarily aimed at those engaged in research degrees in history or kindred disciplines, but is open to all researchers wishing to expand their skills and knowledge in original source materials.

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10/07/201714/07/2017£265.00[Read More]