UC Digital Humanities is pleased to advise that the lectures for DIGI 401: Digital Methods, 2015, will be open to all-comers. The course provides an overview of digital tools and methods applicable to all arts, humanities, and social science disciplines. We’re conscious many students, and staff, might like to attend a few lectures on specific topics of interest. Please contact James Smithies if you plan on arriving with a sizeable group.
The course is co-taught by staff based in the UC Digital Humanities Programme, UC Computer Science and Software Engineering, UC CEISMIC Digital Archive, UC Geography, and Catalyst IT.
Monday, 12.00 – 1.00 pm, A6 lecture theatre.
Tuesday 1.00pm – 2.00 pm, Karl Popper 508.
Thursday 3.00 – 4.00 pm, Rutherford 542.
James Smithies (JS). Course convener.
Tim Bell (TB).
Grant Paton-Simpson (GP).
Chris Thomson (CT).
Alison Watkins (AW).
Setup, Theory & Methodological Background
|1 / 23 Feb.||Introduction (JS)||WordPress|
|Digital Humanities (JS)|
|2 / 2 Mar.||Digital Research Infrastructure (JS)||Using the UCDH Virtual Machine|
|Software Development (JS)|
|3 / 9 Mar.||Project Management (JS)||Project Management|
|Materiality and Digital Forensics (JS)|
Tools & Methods
|4 / 16 Mar.||Distant reading and algorithmic criticism (JS)||Algorithmic Analysis|
|Data Visualization (JS)|
|5 / 23 Mar.||Topic Modelling (JS)||Raspberry PI|
|Metadata and Linked Open Data (JS)|
|6 / 30 Mar.||TEI I (CT)||TEI|
|TEI II (CT)|
|7 / 27 April||ANZAC Day||Omeka|
|8 / 4 May||GIS I (JS)||Omeka + Neatline|
|GIS II (AW)|
|9 / 11 May||Data Analysis I (JS)||Data Management & Analysis|
|Data Analysis II (GP)|
|10 / 18 May||Python (TB)||Python (CT)|
|11 / 25 May||Python (TB)||Python (CT)|
|12 / 1 June||Queen’s Birthday||Python (CT)|