Day 1 set the scene, with a presentation by Alastair Dunning followed by brief self-introductions by the participants, which led into an enthusiastic general discussion of the potential of the proposed network to enhance our research.

The morning session on Day 2 focused on a stocktake of the current situation in Australian e-humanities research, especially needs and difficulties. Participants separated into a number of working groups, each of which reported back to the full group.

Day 2's afternoon session had a similar structure, focusing on emerging possibilities in the e-Humanities, with an emphasis on new methodologies, media and technologies affecting humanities research.

On Day 3, discussion turned to more concrete planning issues, with a very useful feedback presentation from Sheila Anderson and Alastair Dunning.

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