The CLARIN/DARIAH DH Course Registry offers a map-based search environment that gives access to a database that contains information on Digital Humanities courses. It currently covers only (a selection of) DH courses offered by European academic organisations, but an extension of the Registry beyond Europe may be considered later. Students, lecturers and researchers can search the database on the basis of topographical information (location), ECTS credits or the academic degrees that are awarded. In addition it is possible to search for courses based on TaDiRAH, a taxonomy of Digital Research Activities in the Humanities (including labels for tasks, techniques and objects) and sub-disciplines from the Social Sciences and the Humanities (SSH).
The goal of the DH Course Registry is to provide information to: (i) students and researchers who intend to take up a study in the field of Digital Humanities, (ii) lecturers who are looking for examples of good practices in the DH field or want to promote their own DH-related teaching activities and material, and (iii) administrators who aim to attract and facilitate international student and staff mobility and exchange.
Visit the DH Course Registry: https://dhcr.clarin-dariah.eu/
Check the DHCR API: https://registries.clarin-dariah.eu/api/v1/
Use the dissemination materials: https://dhcr.clarin-dariah.eu/pages/info#publications
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