Rare Books Summer School: Exploring Digital Humanities: A hands-on introduction to data-driven research 

If you cannot pay by credit card online and require an invoice - please contact us by email at conted@vuw.ac.nz

Description

This five-day intensive course will help participants explore digital humanities through theoretical and hands-on seminars. Although the course doesn’t require any prior knowledge, it’s not just for beginners as experienced participants can update their existing skills and profit from working on more challenging tasks in the practical sessions. By partaking in the course, participants will learn the principles and basics of digital humanities and data research. Additionally, participants will deepen their knowledge in specific areas when we explore how to: create your own personal research environment; manage, curate, and enrich data collections; analyse natural language, geospatial data, and social networks; use visualisations to reduce the complexity of data; and make use of linked data, APIs, and microservices for humanities research. All programming languages welcome (but if you don’t yet know one, come anyway and meet a few!).

Presenter:

Thomas Koentges

Alternative workshop: Rare Books Summer School: The World of Altered Books

Terms and conditions:

Course will run subject to sufficient registration numbers. Possible cancellation of the course, with full refund. Participants will be advised by 15 November 2018.

We understand that circumstances can change therefore substitutions can be sent at no additional cost. Please notify these where possible at least 48 hours prior to the seminar start.

If this is not an option then the following refunds or fees apply:

Business days before start of course 

Refund (% of course fee) 

More than 21 days

100%

21-8 days

80%

Less than 8 days

No refund

Further details: 
If you would like more information about this seminar, or if you cannot pay by credit card online and require an invoice - please contact us on: 
Ph: 64 4 463 6556 Email: conted@vuw.ac.nz