Welcome to DIGHUMLAB online courses
This is the portal for all online courses offered by the communities in DIGHUMLAB
Courses offered by NetLab
Course in Web Archives and Web Archiving is a flexible online course for researchers and Ph.D. students. Ph.D. students get 3 ECTS for the course.
The course can be taken only by appointment, wherefore we refer to the full course description here.
NetLab Online Introduction to Web Archiving for Teachers and Classes is an offer for teachers to get an online version of our introduction to Web Archiving for one of their candidate or bachelor classes.
The introduction consists of three parts; 1) A live video presentation of 1-1,5 hours, including Q and A, 2) an assignment for student groups running for one week in written asynchronous fora on the DIGHUMLAB course platform, and 3) A wrap-up discussion where students may present their work and respond to teacher feedback.______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Courses offered by VILA and Mobile Labs
In the courses listed below, you find a range of materials on different aspects of researching with video. We have divided the courses into three overall themes:
- 360° video data for research (made available: September 10th, 2019)
- Basic transcription (made available: December 1st, 2017)
- Collecting audiovisual data (made available: November 25th, 2016)
- Editing video (made available: November 25th , 2016)
- Transcription software (made available: November 25th , 2016)
In these lessons, we have structured the materials needed to learn about the ELAN, audio, anonymization, etc. We recommend that you download the individual program before you start the course. The first time you need to self enroll to the course.
If you have any questions or comments, please make use of the forum connected to the individual course.
Having completed a course, you receive a badge (diploma).
Enjoy the courses.
DIGHUMLAB is a national, distributed research infrastructure that integrates and promotes digital resources, communities, tools and opportunities to Danish researchers in the humanities and social sciences, and also at European and international levels.
DIGHUMLAB’s mission is to contribute to skills development, internationalisation and innovation through a national focus on Digital Humanities in research, education and knowledge transfer. DIGHUMLAB is therefore based on networks and cooperation.
DIGHUMLAB is a national consortium of four Danish universities: Aalborg University, Aarhus University, the University of Copenhagen and the University of Southern Denmark as well as the State and University Library and the National Library of Denmark and Copenhagen University Library, to promote access to digital research resources, the development of research tools and education, strengthening ties to international networks.
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