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Friday, 7 February 2014

The Future Is Not What It Used To Be!

Software Alliance Wales, gold sponsors of Digital Past 2014, deliver a range of training courses and workshops that help software engineers and other professional to maintain the high level IT skills demanded by differing sectors and industries.
The initiative - a £13.4 million project funded by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government - is supported by Aberystwyth University, Bangor University, Swansea University, University of South Wales and the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Working in collaboration with partner university - University of Wales Trinity Saint David - Software Alliance Wales supports the need for digital humanities; a discipline which brings together experts from within computer science, digital media, and arts and humanities to draw on the introduction and application of new technologies.

The skills learned and developed through the discipline and through the use of the Software Alliance Wales training courses and workshops, offers students and employees the opportunity to develop long  
lasting and successful careers within the heritage sector, including museum and archive work, digital publishing, web development, business and finance and computer and IT management.

Nathan Jorgensen, Academic Liaison Officer at Software Alliance wales, University of Trinity saint David, will be running a hands-on workshop introducing participants to the accessible world of developing and managing a website through WordPress.

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