Students after completing the course will:
1. understand the concept of digitization in depth
2. specify the digitization parameters
3. modulate the taxonomy of digitization of works
4. modulate the taxonomy of (theological) cultural objects
5. study, filter, exploit important cultural digitization projects
6. eccentrize and exploit the digitization of (theological) cultural objects
Course Content (Syllabus)
The development of computational/digital technology systems has created the corresponding computational/digital era and post-era, with its excellent results and potentials. Among other things, the implementation and impact of these systems in the service of Culture and Cultural Heritage is one of the most fruitful coupling of Information Technology with other fields. Thus the hitherto era of cultural heritage creation is complemented by the era of digital processing of cultural entities. This is also the subject of this course with emphasis on cultural objects of theological interest.
Evaluation of the following aspects:
Collaboration, effort, diligence, perception: during the continuous laboratory interaction with the student.
Skills, intelligence, accuracy, correctness: during the process of the laboratory exams. Willingness, hard work, work diligently, policy: during t0e execution of wider optional projects