Interactive Technologies for Digital Humanities7.5 credits
In recent years, the introduction of novel applications of interactive technologies in Digital Humanities (DH) contexts have increased significantly. In this course, you will acquire the knowledge and skills related to the design, development, and evaluation of such DH interactive environments.
The course comprises of the following topics:
• An overview of relevant concepts and contemporary approaches used for designing and implementing interactive scenarios to support DH
• Analysis and discussions of different DH scenarios enhanced by interactive technologies
• Getting familiar with different tools for implementing DH scenarios
• Exploring different evaluations approaches for such DH scenarios as those described above
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Studying at a distance can be done in different ways, either entirely without physical gatherings or with only a few gatherings on campus or at one of our learning centres. The common denominator is that a large part of your studies takes place online. You communicate with the teacher and other students with the help of a learning platform with discussion forums, group work, recorded lectures and online meetings.
The benefit of distance studies is the flexibility, something that is valuable if you want to be free to decide when and where you want to study. Some compulsory elements on you course or programme may take place during office hours, even though they are online.
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