The UAntwerp DH Summer School 2022 edition is titled Genetic editing, from manuscripts to born-digital writing processes. It offers an intensive 5-day entry level hands-on course on making digital editions of analogue and born-digital texts. In this course, participants will acquire a set of basic computer skills to design a fully-fledged, TEI-compatible Digital Scholarly Edition and deploy keystroke logging technology to record and analyse born-digital texts. The target audience ranges from undergraduate students (BA3), graduate (MA) and postgraduate (PhD, postdoc) students as well as professionals in the field of Humanities. No prior knowledge of Digital Humanities is required to successfully complete the programme. BA and MA students can earn from 3 to 6 ECTS credits upon successful completion of the programme.
Keynote speaker: Elena Pierazzo | University of Tours
The bulk of the summer school's training programme will be taught by Joshua Schäuble, Lamyk Bekius and Dirk Van Hulle. Together, this team has expertise in teaching the theory and practice of Textu.
Credits info: 3 EC
3 ECTS credits are awarded upon successful completion of the programme. 6 ECTS credits are awarded upon successful completion of an extra assignment. All certificates of completion are issued as a micro-credential.
EUR 250: Fee includes course material, coffee breaks, lunches, the summer school dinner, a welcome reception and social activities. It does not include accommodation.
Fee includes course material, coffee breaks, lunches, the summer school dinner, a welcome reception and social activities. It does not include accommodation.
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