420010 SE Data analysis in the Digital Age (2019W)
- Registration is open from Mo 16.09.2019 09:00 to Mo 14.10.2019 08:00
- Deregistration possible until Mo 21.10.2019 08:00
- Eva-Maria Remberger
- Mathilde Eveline Keizer
- Alexandra Lenz
- Hans Christian Luschützky
- Melanie Malzahn
- Stefan-Michael Newerkla
- Stephan Prochazka
- Nikolaus Ritt
- Barbara Seidlhofer
- Henry George Widdowson
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
The lecture on Monday, December 16th, 2019, will not be held.
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
1) Oral presentation of a selected text or a particular tool/application/best practice example
2) Preparation and presentation of critical questions with regard to this text/the presentation.
3) Assumption of the role of an ‘expert’ in a discussion session (ideally in relation to your own project).
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
- Preparation and follow-up assigments
- Performing two of the three roles described above
Julianne Nyhan, Melissa Terras & Edward Vanhouette (2013): "Introduction". In: (id.) (eds.): Defining Digital Humanities : A Reader. London/New York: Routledge, 1-10.
Also for the first unit:
Please already start to think about your answers to the following questions:
- Which kind of data are you analysing?
- How digital are they (or will they become)?
- Will you use "digital methods"?
- Which traditional methodology will you work with?