The student has familiarised herself with different approaches, both in theory and in practice, within the broad field of digital humanities. She is able to evaluate relevant methods within the field with respect to their relevance to particular research questions. The student knows digital resources and has used different kinds of digital materials. She has an idea about data management and basic questions relating to it. The student understands the relevance of open research and publishing to digital humanities. She also understands the basics of ethical questions regarding digital humanities.
Time: Tuesdays, 14-16, Periods I & II, 13.9.2016-13.12.2016
Teachers: Mikko Tolonen & Eetu Mäkelä
Max number of students: 35