Humanities Advanced Technology & Information Institute (HATII)

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Director: 
Ann Gow (acting)
Host institution: 
University of Glasgow
About the centre:

HATII is one of the world's leading centres for computing and information studies in the arts and humanities. The Institute offers a pioneering joint honours undergraduate degree in Arts and Media Informatics as well as innovative Masters degrees in Information Management and Preservation, Computer Forensics and e-Discovery, and Museum Theory and Practice. HATII takes an interdisciplinary and international approach to its research and has particular strengths in theoretical approaches to information, management and curation of digital assets, records and information management and cultural heritage informatics and resource discovery.

Since 2000 HATII has attracted over £3 million of research income from the AHRC, JISC, the European Union as well as a number of private foundations. With an active doctoral programme and range of disciplinary perspectives HATII is uniquely placed to explore the theoretical and intellectual foundations of information and its impact on society.

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