Nils Reiter, Sarah Schulz, Gerhard Kremer, Roman Klinger, Gabriel Viehhauser, Jonas Kuhn. Teaching Computational Aspects in the Digital Humanities Program at University of Stuttgart – Intentions and Experiences. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Teaching NLP for Digital Humanities (Teach4DH 2017) co-located with GSCL 2017, Berlin, Germany, September 2017.

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Abstract

The structure of the Digital Humanities master’s program at University of Stuttgart is characterized by a big proportion of classes related to natural language processing. In this paper, we discuss the motivation for this design and associated challenges students and teachers are faced with. To provide background information, we also sum up our underlying perspective on Digital Humanities. Our discussion is driven by a qualitative analysis of a survey handed to the students of the program.

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@inproceedings{ Reiter2017ab, Title = { {Teaching Computational Aspects in the Digital Humanities Program at University of Stuttgart – Intentions and Experiences} }, Address = { Berlin, Germany }, Author = { Nils Reiter and Sarah Schulz and Gerhard Kremer and Roman Klinger and Gabriel Viehhauser and Jonas Kuhn }, Booktitle = { {Proceedings of the Workshop on Teaching NLP for Digital Humanities (Teach4DH 2017) co-located with GSCL 2017} }, Pages = { 43-48 }, Month = { September }, Year = { 2017 } }

RIS

TY - TI - Teaching Computational Aspects in the Digital Humanities Program at University of Stuttgart – Intentions and Experiences AU - Nils Reiter AU - Sarah Schulz AU - Gerhard Kremer AU - Roman Klinger AU - Gabriel Viehhauser AU - Jonas Kuhn PY - 2017 CY - Berlin, Germany J2 - Proceedings of the Workshop on Teaching NLP for Digital Humanities (Teach4DH 2017) co-located with GSCL 2017 ER -