HDSM: Digital Methods in the Humanities

The lectures brought together under the series “Digital Methods in the Humanities” introduce viewers to core methods of digital humanities, and digitally-augmented historical research more widely. The lectures not only introduce viewers to the key concepts and techniques that underpin a range of methods used in digital humanities research but also reflect on the contexts, affordances and limitations of these methods for Humanities sources. Lectures have been recorded in the context of the teaching, learning and research activities of the Chair of Humanities Data Science and Methodology, TUDa.

Das Lernmaterial “HDSM: Digital Methods in the Humanities 416” von Prof. Dr. Julianne Nyhan unterliegt folgender Creative Commons Lizenz: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license.

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