Heldig will participate in extending and developing further the DH minor programme at the Faculty of Arts, in collaboration with other faculties at the University of Helsinki and Aalto University. Educational efforts in Heldig are targeted not only to students but also to researchers in humanities and social sciences as well as to IT developers willing to learn digital humanities by themselves. To serve such a large and diverse audience, online interactive learning materials will be developed in collaboration with computer scientists.

Below you find decriptions of current modules of Digital Humanities at the University of Helsinki. In addition, we also have a Digital Humanities Research Seminar and a Digital Humanities Reading Group, mainly aimed at interested post-doctoral students.

For information about Digital Humanities teaching in Weboodi, see here.

For method studies in the field of social sciences, see the collection of courses by the Faculty of Social Sciences Centre for Research Methods.