This year’s programme offers must-have introductory courses for digital humanists and digital social scientists who wish to come to grips with programming and text encoding. The course is co-taught by an international team of researchers and practitioners of digital humanities and digital social sciences coming from Germany, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia. As always, this will be a great opportunity to meet colleagues and mentors from other countries and explore different perspectives!
The programme includes workshops and lectures in:
- programming with Python
- text encoding and digital scholarly editions
- topic modeling
- metadata analysis and visualisation with Palladio
- digitized newspapers in Europe
- neural machine translation
- eye-tracking in researching reading behavior
- digital sociolinguistics.