Summer Schools and Online Courses
The following summer schools take place in person.
|Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS)||University of Oxford||Week-long summer school with a range of strands available||3-7 July 2023||£795*||15 June 2023|
|Cambridge Data Schools||University of Cambridge||Hands-on courses in ‘Cultural Heritage Data’ (for GLAM professionals) and ‘Social Data’ (for researchers developing a project||17-18 April, 26-30 June 2023||£695||First come, first served|
|Digital Humanities Summer School||University of Antwerp||Computer-assisted genetic editing: from handwritten text recognition to keystroke logging||3-7 July 2023||250€||15 April 2023|
|3D Summer School||School of Advanced Study||3D Imaging and Modelling for Classics and Cultural Heritage||24-28 July 2023||£695|
*A limited number of bursaries are available for UoR members of staff to attend DHOxSS, covering the registration fee plus £100 towards travel. Please contact Olivia Thompson by 14 April.
|Introduction to Digital Humanities (MOOC)||Harvard University||Develop skills in digital research and visualization techniques across subjects and fields within the humanities.||Self-paced||Free but $149 for certificate||N/A|
|Digital Humanities in Practice: From Research Questions to Results||Harvard University||Use code to gain insights from large volumes of documents and visualise results, work on building an academic search engine and learn the fundamentals of text analysis.||Self-paced||Free but $149 for certificate||N/A|
|Digital Humanities: Humanities Research in the Digital Age||Open University||How the digital transformation of our cultural heritage and our daily lives is changing the way humanities scholars conduct their research and share it with the world||Self-paced||Free||N/A|
|Introduction to Digital Humanities||Taylor Institution Library, Oxford||Covers basic principles of how to model Humanities material as data, and how to produce visualisations using some popular free DH tools. Course participants are invited to submit the data they create to a collaborative project.||Self-paced||Free||N/A|
|Digital Humanities Summer Institute||University of Victoria||General: surveillance and critical DH; mapping; music research; network analysis; open research; knowledge mobility; decolonisation; 3D; deep learning; text analysis + NLP; digital storytelling; community, teaching etc||12-16 June||$50, $100 after 1 April||5 June 2023|
|Introducing Mapping, Spatial Data and GIS||University of Oxford||Investigate the power of maps and spatial data to document and illustrate local and global issues, applying GIS principles and tools||19 April-30 June||£324||Not given|
|Text Analytics with Python||University of Canterbury – edX||Introducing natural language processing, machine learning for text analytics, visualisation, topic models, ethical foundations||Self-paced||£371||N/A|