New Digital Skills Training Manager: Dr Lucia Michielin

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As of 1 September 2020, Dr Lucia Michielin has been working with the CDCS team as the newly appointed Digital Skills Training Manager. Lucia’s main responsibilities will involve assessing needs, planning, and the design and co-ordination of a comprehensive digital research methods training programme for academic researchers in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Science. 

Lucia has considerable experience of designing and delivering training courses focused on data skills and digital research methods, and can apply specialist technical expertise and knowledge to developing a digital research methods training programme. 

Having been awarded a PhD in Classics from the University of Edinburgh in 2019, Lucia’s research background in the Digital Humanities has equipped her with a great deal of experience in applying digital methods to research projects. She had the following to say about her new role with CDCS: 

Throughout my PhD studies, I was always eager to discover more about the potential of digital methods in research. I am really looking forward to providing a platform for researchers to help them discover and refine their digital methods skills.