Student, who passed the course satisfactorily will be able to:
- develop a digital humanities project and build first phases of a working model that can be a digital reconstruction, a map, a website, or a network,
- use a digital interface for knowledge representation and content modelling,
- identify similarities and differences between the tools of digital humanities and traditional forms of research and teaching in the humanities,
- discuss underlying theories and challenges of the field of digital humanities,
- formulate ways to interconnect the classroom with digital collections from libraries, museums and private archives,
- evaluate digital scholarship in terms of its contribution to humanities knowledge, developing new research questions, and/or using new reseach tools and content.