Course Details

Course Name
Masters in Digital Humanities and Public Culture
Course Type
Master Programme
Institution
Australian National University
Department
Centre for Digital Humanities Research
Information
https://programsandcourses.anu.edu.au/program/MDHPC
Curriculum
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Status
record actively maintained
Course Language
English
Start Date
2020-02-18
recurring
ECTS
-
Lecturer
Dr Katrina Grant
PID
Disciplines: Arts and Cultural Studies, Computer Science, History, Human Language Technologies, Linguistics and Language Studies, Media and Communication Studies, Musicology, Social Sciences
Techniques: Browsing, Durable Persistent Media, Gamification, Georeferencing, Information Retrieval, Linked Open Data, Mapping, Photography, Scanning, Searching, Sentiment Analysis, Technology Preservation, Topic Modeling, Web Crawling, Text Mining
Objects: Artifacts, BibliographicListings, Computers, DigitalHumanities, Data, Images, Images(3D), Language, Literature, Manuscript, Map, Metadata, Multimedia, Projects, Research, ResearchProcess, Software, Tools, Video, Visualization
Access Requirements
Course is taught in person, students must be resident in Canberra for most of the degree. Admission requirements At a minimum, all applicants must meet program-specific academic/non-academic requirements, and English language requirements. Admission to most ANU programs is on a competitive basis. Therefore, meeting all admission requirements does not automatically guarantee entry. Applicants must present a Bachelor degree or international equivalent with a minimum GPA of 5.0/7.0
Description
The Master of Digital Humanities and Public Culture enables students to develop high level skills in digital literacy and applied humanities. A flexible structure allows students to learn emerging digital research methods, advanced critical thinking and data analysis. Students gain an understanding of how academic research is applied in broader society and are supported to develop communication skills across traditional and digital platforms aimed at both the academic and public spheres. Students will collaborate with researchers from across the ANU, and have the opportunity to engage with the national cultural institutions, the public and government sector, and international organisations in Canberra.
Keywords
Disciplines: Arts and Cultural Studies, Computer Science, History, Human Language Technologies, Linguistics and Language Studies, Media and Communication Studies, Musicology, Social Sciences
Techniques: Browsing, Durable Persistent Media, Gamification, Georeferencing, Information Retrieval, Linked Open Data, Mapping, Photography, Scanning, Searching, Sentiment Analysis, Technology Preservation, Topic Modeling, Web Crawling, Text Mining
Objects: Artifacts, BibliographicListings, Computers, DigitalHumanities, Data, Images, Images(3D), Language, Literature, Manuscript, Map, Metadata, Multimedia, Projects, Research, ResearchProcess, Software, Tools, Video, Visualization