Course Details

Course Name
Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK)
Course Type
Master Programme
Institution
Università di Bologna
Department
Dept. of Classical Philology and Italian Studies
Information
http://corsi.unibo.it/2Cycle/DigitalHumanitiesDigitalKnowledge
Curriculum
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Status
record actively maintained
Course Language
English
Start Date
2017-10-01
recurring
ECTS
120
Lecturer
Francesca Tomasi
PID
Disciplines: Arts and Cultural Studies, Computer Science, Library Science and Information Science, Linguistics and Language Studies, Literary and Philological Studies, Theory and Methodology of DH
Techniques: Browsing, Cluster Analysis, Collocation Analysis, Commenting, Concordancing, Durable Persistent Media, Encoding, Gamification, Georeferencing, Information Retrieval, Linked Open Data, Machine Learning, Mapping, Migration, Named Entity Recognition, Open Archival Information Systems, Pattern Recognition, POS-Tagging, Preservation Metadata, Searching, Sentiment Analysis, Sequence Alignment, Technology Preservation, Topic Modeling, Versioning, Web Crawling, Text Mining
Objects: Artifacts, Computers, DigitalHumanities, Data, File, Images, Images(3D), Infrastructure, Interaction, Language, Link, Literature, Manuscript, Map, Metadata, Multimedia, Multimodal, NamedEntities, Persons, Projects, Research, ResearchProcess, ResearchResults, Software, Standards, Text, Tools, Video, Visualization, VREs, Speech
Access Requirements
To be eligible for admission, candidates must hold requirements specified in the "Call for Admission". URL=http://corsi.unibo.it/2Cycle/DigitalHumanitiesDigitalKnowledge/Pages/admission-requirements.aspx
Description
The second cycle degree/Master programme in “Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge” (DHDK) is a 2-year (120 ECTS credits) free access degree programme with assessment of personal competencies and skills. The international degree programme offers a cross-disciplinary curriculum designed to foster close connections between Humanities and Computer Science. It is divided into three macro areas of learning: Computer Science; Literature, Linguistics, History, Culture and Arts in the digital context; Complementary (Management and Organization, Law and Digital Methods, Communication and Social Media).
Keywords
Disciplines: Arts and Cultural Studies, Computer Science, Library Science and Information Science, Linguistics and Language Studies, Literary and Philological Studies, Theory and Methodology of DH
Techniques: Browsing, Cluster Analysis, Collocation Analysis, Commenting, Concordancing, Durable Persistent Media, Encoding, Gamification, Georeferencing, Information Retrieval, Linked Open Data, Machine Learning, Mapping, Migration, Named Entity Recognition, Open Archival Information Systems, Pattern Recognition, POS-Tagging, Preservation Metadata, Searching, Sentiment Analysis, Sequence Alignment, Technology Preservation, Topic Modeling, Versioning, Web Crawling, Text Mining
Objects: Artifacts, Computers, DigitalHumanities, Data, File, Images, Images(3D), Infrastructure, Interaction, Language, Link, Literature, Manuscript, Map, Metadata, Multimedia, Multimodal, NamedEntities, Persons, Projects, Research, ResearchProcess, ResearchResults, Software, Standards, Text, Tools, Video, Visualization, VREs, Speech