Sponsorship 2016

Sponsoring the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School 2016 is a great way of promoting your brand to a digitally engaged, outward-looking, creative, and diverse group of speakers and participants from around the world.

You can sponsor the summer school through choosing a bronze, silver, gold, or platinum sponsorship level (which exclude VAT). If you would like to include promotional items in the conference pack or have other suggestions, please contact us to discuss options.

Sponsoring bursaries for participants to attend DHOxSS is also an option: please contact us with enquiries.

DHOxSS 2016 Sponsorship Levels
Benefit Bronze
(GBP 200+VAT)
(GBP 550+VAT)
(GBP 2250+VAT)
(GBP 4800+VAT)
Leaflet in delegate pack
Text (~50 words), logo, and link on DHOxSS Website
Acknowledgement in DHOxSS Welcome Slides X
Logo on the printed programme X
Logo on the delegate bag X
A5 colour advert in printed programme X X
Number of free places for DHOxSS Dinner 0 0 1 2
Exhibition stand at poster reception X X
Representatives invited to attend DHOxSS 0 0 0 1
Sponsored drinks reception; introductory speech; opportunity to distribute publicity materials X X X


Please get in touch with us at events@it.ox.ac.uk.



Current Sponsors

We are very grateful to the sponsors of DHOxSS 2016 which include:


The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funds world-class, independent researchers in a wide range of subjects: ancient history, modern dance, archaeology, digital content, philosophy, English literature, design, the creative and performing arts, and much more. This financial year the AHRC will spend approximately £98m to fund research and postgraduate training in collaboration with a number of partners. The quality and range of research supported by this investment of public funds not only provides social and cultural benefits but also contributes to the economic success of the UK. One of the four current strategic themes for AHRC is 'Digital Transformations' which is funding a wide-ranging portfolio of projects exploring how digital technologies and methods are changing research in the arts and humanities. For more information see:http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/.

Wolfram has been defining the computational future for more than 25 years. As the creators of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha, and the Wolfram Language, we are the leader in developing technology and tools that inject sophisticated computation and knowledge into everything. Learn more at http://www.wolfram.com


The Software Sustainability Institute is a national facility for cultivating and improving research software to support world-class research. The Institute is a leading international authority on research software sustainability, working with researchers, funders, software engineers, managers, and other stakeholders across the research spectrum. The use of software in research continues to grow, and the Institute plays a key role in helping the research community to help itself. We have built a network of over 60 Fellows from across research disciplines, championed research software and software career paths to stakeholders, worked with over 50 projects to improve their codes, written guides on all aspects of software sustainability read by over 50,000 people, and organised training events for thousands of learners. Our mission is to cultivate better, more sustainable, research software to enable world-class research (“Better software, better research”). http://www.software.ac.uk/ 
<oXygen/> is the best XML editor available, with a large number of users ranging from beginners to XML experts. It is the only XML tool that supports all the XML schema languages. The XSLT and XQuery support is enhanced with powerful debuggers and performance profilers. The <oXygen/> XML Editor is used in a number of DHOxSS workshops. http://www.oxygenxml.com/