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UNACCREDITED DEGREES

MASTER’S DEGREE IN DIGITAL HUMANITIES

(60 credits)

This a UNED unaccredited degree programme whose academic worth is recognized and certified for scientific and professional purposes. It targets students who are interested Digital Humanities and have advanced technological skills. The programme totals 60 credits which are completed between the months of December and June.

The course can be followed completely online and from anywhere in the world with time flexibility.

Dates: January 17 to June 15, 2022.

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UNIVERSITY EXPERT IN DIGITAL HUMANITIES

(30 credits)

The objective of this program is to give learners an insight into Digital Humanities, including sub-fields such as digital image and text processing and its application in areas such as literature and art; the design and use of databases for the humanities; the knowledge and development of digital tools for the virtual construction of cultural projects; tools for data processing and visualization.

This programme will allow students to further their training while providing them with new opportunities to conduct academic research and join the job market, where the demand for technological training applied to the humanities is on the rise.

Dates: January 17 to June 15, 2022 

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UNIVERSITY EXPERT IN PROGRAMMING FOR DIGITAL HUMANITIES

(20 credits)

This a UNED unaccredited degree programme whose academic worth is recognized and certified for scientific and professional purposes.

 It is open to everyone, with no prerequisite, although prospective students should be interested in Digital Humanities and have advanced technological skills. The programme totals 20 credits which are completed between the months of January and June, with the possibility, in some cases, of extending the programme till September 15.

The course can be fully taken online from anywhere in the world and with a flexible timetable.

Dates: January 17 to June 15, 2022 

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UNIVERSITY SPECIALIST IN DIGITAL HUMANITIES

This program is a UNED degree with academic value recognized and certified by the university for scientific and curricular purposes.

It is open to everyone, with no prerequisite, although prospective students should be interested in Digital Humanities and have advanced technological skills. The programme totals 30 credits which are completed between the months of January and June, with the possibility, in some cases, of extending the programme till September 15.

The course can be followed completely online and from anywhere in the world with time flexibility.

Dates: January 17 to June 15, 2022

UNIVERSITY SPECIALIST IN PROGRAMMING FOR DIGITAL HUMANITIES

University Specialist in programming for the Digital Humanities” is a UNED unaccredited degree programme whose academic worth is recognized and certified for scientific and professional purposes

It is open to everyone, so long as they meet entry requirements for the degree of University Specialist. Prospective students are expected to be interested in Digital Humanities and have advanced technological skills. The programme totals 40 credits which are completed between the months of January and June.

The course can be followed completely online and from anywhere in the world with time flexibility.

Dates:January 17 to June 15, 2022

OPEN EDUCATION CERTIFICATES

Content Storage and Management in the Digital Humanities.

Database technology was a revolution compared to traditional file systems because of how simple and efficient it made data management become. Relational databases are the most widespread and efficient model and have become the dominant type of database on the market. The course will analyze the transition from traditional systems to databases and conceptual data models as tools for design of relational databases, which will be the core of the syllabus. The characteristics of the relational database model will be analyzed, as well as the whole process of creating schemas and querying databases. Data visualization techniques will also be discussed, along with some widely used tools to perform this task..

The program consists of 5 ECTS credits.

Dates: January 17 to March 31, 2022

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Text analysis and stylometry in R.

The objective of the course on Text Analysis and Stylometry with R, offered by UNED’s Laboratory of Innovation in Digital Humanities (LINHD), is to provide researchers in the humanities with basic knowledge they need to carry out research in Natural Language Processing (NLP), Text Mining, Authorship Attribution, Forensic Linguistics, Topic Modelling or Sentiment Analysis through an open source programming language –R– widely used in the scientific community across various fields and subjects, from Statistics to Forensic Linguistics through phylogenetics, biostatistics, political analysis, marketing, etc.

Dates: January 17 to March 31, 2022

Close and distant reading: data visualization in the humanities.

Visualization aims to help understand the data by taking advantage of the human visual system and its high capacity to recognize patterns, find trends and identify outliers. A well-designed visual representation can substitute cognitive calculations with simple perceptual deduction and improve comprehension and memorization. In addition, presenting data in a more accessible and engaging way invites a more diverse audience to take part in the exploration and analysis of our research. The challenge is to choose the most efficient and appropriate way to represent our interests. In this subject, students will learn to create visualizations that allow the exploration of humanistic data in order to extract new information as well as to achieve a more effective dissemination of results

Dates: January 17 to March 15, 2022

Introduction to Digital Text Editing: Marking and Labeling TEI I.

The objective of a visualization is to help understand data by leveraging the human visual system and its high capacity to see patterns, detect trends and identify outliers. A well-designed visual representation can replace cognitive calculations with simple perceptual deduction and improve comprehension and memorization. In addition, presenting data in a more accessible and engaging way invites a more diverse audience to engage in the exploration and analysis of our research. The challenge is to choose the most efficient and adequate representation for our interests. In this course you will learn how to make visualizations that allow you to explore humanistic data in order to extract new information as well as to achieve a more effective dissemination of results.

Dates: January 17 to March 15, 2022

Metadata, controlled vocabularies and digital humanities.

This course is a basic introduction to metadata, understood as structured descriptions of digital objects. They are essential because they make it possible to characterize and recover information in digital settings. Therefore, research in Digital Humanities should be underpinned by knowledge of the application and correct use of metadata in every stage of a project, especially if it is an information system. Controlled vocabularies are essential in this task, since they act as basic structures to organize, describe and retrieve information in virtual environments. In this programme, we propose a theoretical and practical approach which involves creating and using controlled vocabularies that serve to describe digital objects in our research.

Dates: January 17 to March 15, 2022

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Introduction to digital humanities

Digital Humanities is an emerging academic field that brings together different initiatives that are gradually being incorporated into the university curriculum and research activities, allowing us to think more broadly about the future of research and the construction of a diverse community that spreads its theories, practices and objects, not only within the classroom, but also through other means such as associations, laboratories, research projects and collaborative initiatives.

Dates: January 17 to March 15, 2022

WORKSHOP DARIAH

“The DESIR project aims to disseminate the digital infrastructures. This workshop has been proposed knowing the influence of DARIAH and the opportunities for collaboration at the country level, The workshop has been proposed as a stage for dialogue on the current and future of Spanish digital infrastructures. We are looking forward to receiving you all next October 30th at UNED”

SUMMER COURSES AND SEMINARS

Cursos de verano – DH@Madrid Summer School

LINHD has joined the tradition of organizing summer schools in Digital Humanities, which is the way many researchers and students are introduced to this field. Within the framework of UNED’s Summer Courses, we offer a one-week course that introduces learners to Digital Humanities through its main topics of interest. The course is taught by UNED specialists and guest lecturers with extensive experience in the chosen subjects

DH@Madrid Summer School 2021: Creating a Digital Humanities project using data modeling and word processing.

Previous years’ editions:

DH@Madrid Summer School 2019: Creating a Digital Humanities project using data modeling and word processing.

DH@Madrid Summer School 2018: Applications and possibilities of natural language processing for research in the Humanities.

DH@Madrid Summer School 2017: Semantic Technologies and Linguistic Tools for the Digital Humanities

DH@Madrid Summer School 2016: Digital Technologies Applied to the Study of Poetry

DH@MSS2015: Introduction to Digital Academic Publishing

DH@MSS2014

CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMS

If your project and your team need specific training for a certain type of task (e.g. text markup, database training, visualization design, etc.), we offer customized programs that are perfectly adapted to the specific needs of your project. In person or remotely, in small or large groups, in just a few sessions or over a longer period of time, LINHD has tailor-made solutions for any training needs that may arise.

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