Summer School in Digital Humanities 2021

Place of Study: Online!

Language: English

Duration: July 7-13, 2021 – evening group; July 26-31, 2021 – morning group

Outcome: 2 ECTS per week, ITMO Official Certificate

Deadline: The call for applications is closed due to the full capacity of groups!

Fees: 7,200 RUB (~80 euro)


Program description

The Summer School in Digital Humanities offers introductory workshops to anyone interested in the field. The course is designed for people wishing to start or develop their DH projects. During school, students will learn the fundamentals of programming for data analysis and visualization.

The training will include several online workshops during a one-week course, as well as lectures by invited experts in the field of data mining, data analysis, and visualization from the world’s top universities.

Who can apply?

  • Everyone with an interest in programming, humanities, and social science

What will you get?

  • ITMO’s official certificate, 2 ECTS
  • Сomprehnsive experience in interdisciplinary research on the intersection of programming and human studies 
  • Morning and evening groups depending on your time preferences
  • A DH project for your portfolio
  • Networking
  • Additional points when applying for ITMO’s Master’s programs

What do school fees include?

  • Registration and tuition
  • VR sightseeing tour of St. Petersburg
  • VR guided museum and theater tours
  • All taxes
  • VR Russian cuisine workshop

Why choose ITMO?


 


Camp Schedule

Evening group:

  • July 7, Wednesday – What is a Digital Humanities Project?
  • July 8, Thursday – Data Mining
  • July 9, Friday – Python Workshop
  • July 10, Saturday – How to Survive in Digital Humanities?
  • July 12, Monday – How to Visualize Data?
  • July 13, Tuesday – Project presentation, Closing ceremony
     

​Morning group:

  • July 26, Monday – What is a Digital Humanities Project?
  • July 27, Tuesday – Data Mining
  • July 28, Wednesday – Python Workshop
  • July 29, Thursday – How to Survive in Digital Humanities?
  • July 30, Friday – How to Visualize Data?
  • July 31, Saturday – Project presentation, Closing ceremony
The program includes workshops and discussions held every day from 9.00 to 11.00 or from 17.00 to 19.00 (Moscow time, GMT +3)