Humanist studying computational methods? It has been reported that the humanist with digital skills is given a welcome reception in the job market, so this might not be such a crazy idea after all. Additionally, research that incorporates digital humanities elements has an ever increasing prospect, and impact, in academia. The DIGIHUM module does not require any previous programming skills, although we offer a separate track for those with more advanced computational experience. For the academic year 2019–20 we have updated our course lists and designed the module so that the mandatory courses are simpler for students to follow. Welcome to explore Digital Humanities!
We would like to highlight that the schedule is designed with those doing the whole minor study block (25–30 credits) of digital humanities in mind. For this reason, the two mandatory introduction to DH courses are taught subsequently during the first two periods.
Introduction to Digital Humanities course will be taught in the first period (9.9.–16.10.2019) on Mondays and Wednesdays: https://weboodi.helsinki.fi/hy/opettaptied.jsp?OpetTap=130806489&html=1
Introduction to Methods in Digital Humanities course will be taught in the second period (28.10.–11.12.2019) on Mondays and Wednesdays: https://weboodi.helsinki.fi/hy/opettaptied.jsp?OpetTap=130806617&html=1
For a list of other possible courses to choose from and more information about the structure of digital humanities module etc., see: http://heldig.fi/teaching/ and https://weboodi.helsinki.fi/hy/opintjakstied.jsp?OpinKohd=118226112&hae…