Computing course being developed for the Cultural Heritage Sector

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A project to develop a new postgraduate certificate, Computing for Cultural Heritage, with The National Archives and Birkbeck University

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The British Library and partners Birkbeck University and The National Archives have been awarded £222,420 in funding by the Institute of Coding (IoC) to co-develop a one-year part-time postgraduate Certificate (PGCert), Computing for Cultural Heritage, as part of a £4.8 million University skills drive. 


For more information visit the Computing for Cultural Heritage Project page or contact Nora.McGregor@bl.uk.


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