Do you want to learn how to work with data or do you want to improve in some of the digital research methods? Browse MOOCs and other available online courses.
MOOC and online courses
If you want to deepen your knowledge or acquire specific computer skills in the field of digital humanities, there are dozens of freely available online educational activities, both in the form of MOOCs or well-designed tutorials. Below you will find links to interesting and useful online learning activities.
Probably the most extensive source is the Programming Historian website, which focuses on teaching how to use digital tools in the humanities. Tutorials and lessons are divided into several areas, such as working with texts, spatial data or data visualization. On the website, you will find dozens of lessons focused either on methods or a specific program or language.
#dariahTeach is an Open Educational Resources (OER) platform for educators and students in the humanities that focuses on education across a range of disciplines. Among its courses you will find, for example, TEI, Design Thinking or Storytelling as well as working with spatial data.
Introduction to Digital Humanities (edX)
This MOOC is an excellent course prepared by Harvard University. On practical examples, professors and researchers present individual computational methods such as text analysis, text encoding or the use of spatial data.
Code Academy is an ideal place where you can improve in a number of programming languages, such as Python, Java, R or HTML, using tutorials. Tutorials can also be found on topics such as Data Science or Web Development.