After completing this course, the student will be able to :
1. detect, know, hierarchize, analyze the humanistic components of the digital world
2. understand the field of digitization and be able to perform basic types of digitization
3. handle the computational workspace TLG, as well as relevant digital libraries, repositories, Databases, etc. of texts etc.
4. understand the concept of providing services and projects in the field of digital humani-ties and to implement it
5. have infrastructure in the processing and analysis of Byzantine image and to extract-reveal its special characteristics, components etc.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Digital Humanities is a subset and a region of the digital world in which we live. The term 'Digital Humanities' refers to the English equivalent 'Digital Humanities'. The latter is the set (Cartesian product) of the components’ combination regarding the two participating spaces, i.e. the digital one and that of Humanities. In this light, the content of the course extends from digitization to digital services offered in the framework of those sciences. It also samples the multiple subsets that are created in the context of this combination.
(Digital) Humanities, TLG, digital libraries, repositories, Databases, Byzantine image
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 e0xercise. Willingness, hard work, work diligently, policy: during t0e execution of wider optional projects