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Digital Humanities: Methods, Tools, Practices (PSAE)

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Subject of the Master

The study of Digital methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) and arts and the new perspectives they open up in research, in the context of the broader transformation encountered in the creation, dissemination and promotion of knowledge.

Objective – Aim

The subject of the programme is the interdiscipline of Digital Humanities, which involves research in the humanities, social sciences and arts that makes use of digital tools and methods, as well as its practical applications. The MSc is based on a combined theoretical and practical approach to the subject, based on three pillars:

  • the development of technical skills for the creation, use, dissemination and preservation of digital knowledge in the fields concerned,
  • critical reflection on the methods and practices of knowledge production, use and dissemination in digital culture,
  • the practical application of digital methods in research, education and new areas of employment.


ECTS Credits

The total number of credits (ECTS) required for the award of the MA is 120 ECTS.


Characterisation of the Programme         

Master of Arts (MA)


Classification according to UNESCO code ISCED-2011

By level of study: 7

Classification according to UNESCO code ISCED-2013

By education sector: 0288 (Inter-disciplinary programmes and qualifications involving arts and humanities)

The programme is interdisciplinary in the following areas:

0111 Education science

0210 Arts not further defined

0220 Humanities (except languages) not further defined

0222 History and archaeology

0230 Languages not further defined

0231 Language acquisition

0232 Literature and linguistics

0300 Social sciences, journalism and information not further defined

0610 Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) not further defined

0611 Computer use


Language of Instruction

The language of instruction of the programme, as well as of the postgraduate thesis, is Greek.


Programme Duration

The minimum duration for the completion of the programme is two (2) academic years, i.e. four (4) semesters.

 

Quality Policy

Quality Target 2025

Upon completion of the programme, students are expected to have developed

a. general skills that will enable them to:

  • understand the role of digital technology in the transformation of knowledge,
  • work across several disciplines in the context of digital projects,
  • adapt to the ever-evolving demands of digitalisation, identify and deal effectively with new stakes,
  • identify ethical issues in the creation, use and dissemination of digital knowledge and be aware of existing regulations in this area,
  • promote humanities, social sciences and the arts with critical knowledge and perspective,

b. specific skills, which will enable them to:

  • adapt the theory, methods and tools of digital humanities to the needs of their professional field,
  • design and implement projects in their field that promote humanistic knowledge and education,
  • design, implement and manage cultural heritage projects,
  • design, implement and manage digital projects in education,
  • use digital technologies and methods in the creation, collection, processing, dissemination and preservation of different types of data,
  • compiling and using electronic text corpora in humanities, social sciences and the arts,
  • analyse and visualise data,
  • design, implement and manage databases,
  • design, implement and manage multimedia resources,
  • use and manage digital platforms and infrastructures.

The Post-graduate programme accepts graduates or higher institution diplomas of related disciplines. The programme is offered in Greek. 

The knowledge of a foreign language and good computer-Internet skills would be useful for the successful participation in the programme.

Note:

Holders of a degree or diploma of higher education means graduates of Greek Universities or Polytechnics or Higher School of Fine Arts or Higher School of Pedagogical and Technological Education or Higher Technological Educational Institutions (ATEI) or those who hold academically equivalent first cycle degrees from recognized foreign educational institutions with the degrees awarded by the Greek Higher Educational Institutions, in accordance with the provisions of article 304 of Law No. 4957/2022 (Government Gazette 141/21.07.2022, vol.)

Marking:

For the evaluation of the application to the Postgraduate Studies Programme, it will be examined whether the candidate’s institution of study is or may be included in the National Register of Recognised Higher Education Institutions of Foreign Countries and whether the candidate’s degree is or may be included in the National Register of Types of Degrees of Recognised Institutions of Foreign Countries.

The Hellenic Open University, if the degree is included in the list of article 307 of Law No. 4957/2022, must request a “Certificate of Place of Study”, which is issued and sent by the foreign university. If the place of study or part of the studies is confirmed as the Greek territory, the degree is not recognized, unless the part of the studies that took place in the Greek territory is in a public higher education institution or in a recognized foreign educational institution within the meaning of paragraph b) of article 299 of Law No. 4957/2022.

The programme “Digital Humanities: Methods, tools, practices” is organized into four (4) academic semesters – i.e. two (2) academic terms – which include:

  1. eight (8) Course Modules (C.M.): five (5) compulsory and tree (3) elective,
  2. two (2) compulsory Laboratory Course Modules (L.C.M.).
  3. Postgraduate Diploma Thesis (PDT)

 

1st Semester (30 ECTS)

CMs

Title

ECTS

PSAE50

Introduction to Digital Humanities: Theory and practice

(C¹,10 ECTS)

PSAE51

Collection and analysis of textual data

(C,10 ECTS)

PSAE62

New Technologies in language education

(Ε²,10 ECTS)

PSAE63

Introduction to programming for non-programmers

(Ε,10 ECTS)

2nd Semester (30 ECTS)

CMs/ L.C.Ms

Title

ECTS

PSAE52

Digital resources and Big Data

(C,10 ECTS)

PSAE53 (LCM)

Development and processing of multimedia resources

(C,10 ECTS)

PSAE54 (LCM)

Digital tools in language processing

(C,10 ECTS)

3rd Semester (30 ECTS)

CMs

Title

ECTS

PSAE60

Digital management of cultural heritage

(C,10 ECTS)

PSAE61

Digital texts: Processing, editing and publishing

(C,10 ECTS)

PSAE62

New technologies in language education

(Ε,10 ECTS)

PSAE63

Introduction to programming for non-programmers

(Ε,10 ECTS)

PSAE64

Emerging web technologies and digital games

(Ε,10 ECTS)

4th Semester (30 ECTS)

PDTh

Title

ECTS

PSAEDE

Postgraduate Diploma Thesis

(C,30 ECTS)

 

Notes:

C¹: Compulsory

Ε²: Elective

 

Guidelines on Module selection

You can choose from one (1) to three (3) Modules per semester (30 ECTS).

The selection of the Module(s) is done in the order that follows the structure.

For example, in the first semester, if you wish to choose one (1) Module, you must declare the PSAE50. If you wish to choose two (2) Modules, you must declare PSAE50 and PSAE51. If you wish to choose three (3) Modules, you must declare PSAE50, PSAE51 and either PSAE62 or PSAE63. During the declaration process of the Modules, must be exhausted the Modules of the previous semester first and then declare the Modules of the next semester.

The preparation of the Postgraduate Diploma Thesis (PSAEDE) presupposes the successful attendance of all six (6) Modules seven (7) Modules and the two (2) Laboratory Course Module (L.C.M.). The presentation of the Postgraduate Diploma Thesis takes place after the successful completion of the program’s Modules.

In order to obtain the Master’s Degree, it is mandatory to successfully complete seven (7) Modules, two (2) L.C.M., as well as the successful elaboration and presentation of the Postgraduate Diploma Thesis.

DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMME OF STUDIES

Xanthippi (Titika) Dimitroulia, Professor
Subject: Theory and Practice of Translation

e-mail: dimitroulia.xanthippi@ac.eap.gr

 

Module Coordinators

PSAE50 DIMITROULIA XANTHIPPI CV
PSAE51 GOUTSOS DIONYSIOS CV
PSAE52 ARVANITIS PANAGIOTIS CV
PSAE53 DIMITROULIA XANTHIPPI CV
PSAE54 FRAGKAKI GEORGIA CV
PSAE60 DIMITROULIA XANTHIPPI CV
PSAE61 TIKTOPOULOU EKATERINI CV
PSAE62 VASILEIADIS VASILEIOS CV
PSAE63 TANTOS ALEXANDROS CV
PSAE64 DIMITROULIA XANTHIPPI CV

Student tuition fees for the Postgraduate Programme: 300€ per Module, 400€ per Laboratory Module and 1.200€ the Postgraduate Diploma Thesis. The total cost is 4.100€.

Student Records:

Tel.: +30- 2610367429, 2610367320. E-mail: psae@eap.gr

General Information:

Tel.: +30-2610 367600. E-mail: info@eap.gr

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