Language Technology in the Digital Humanities
About this course
The last round of the MOOC "Language Technology in Digital Humanities" will start on May 20, 2019. The course will then be paused on the Coursera platform, meaning that enrollments in the course will no longer be possible from this date. However, the videos remain on our YouTube channel or the SwitchTube channel of the University of Zurich visible. The pause is primarily used to update and expand the course content and learning materials.
Would you like to know what exactly the digitization of texts entails? Have you always wondered how texts in a corpus can be made optimally searchable? Are you wondering how texts can be enriched with linguistic information? Then this course is the right place for you !! It provides an overview of the most important concepts and problems in the digitization and annotation of written texts. In six thematic modules spread over six weeks, you will learn about relevant technologies and tools. Each module contains two to three videos (10-20 minutes), a quiz or a peer assessment as well as short background texts and further links on selected topics. Who is this course interesting for: This course is aimed at corpus linguists, humanities scholars and language enthusiasts who, from a purely linguistic perspective, would like to take a few steps into the world of digitizing texts and learn about the technologies behind them. You do not need any programming knowledge for this course. If you are interested in digitizing and annotating texts, you are well prepared for this course. We look forward to taking these digital paths with you, which are becoming increasingly important in the humanities.
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