For students registered within Linnaeus University:
This year Baladria Summer School in Digital Humanities, is awarding credits and taking place both online and in Zadar. Programme is organized within the 5 ECTS course Methods for Digital Humanities, held at Linnaeus University, Sweden.
Most teaching is conducted online using the current online teaching platform with obligatory one week of in-person teaching at the University of Zadar in Croatia. Students will be responsible for arranging and covering travel and accommodations costs. Teaching comprises lectures and workshops.
Read more about insurance for students here.
Please, find information on the course and on application here.
The schedule is as follows:
- First week, 12-16 June – Online, asynchronously (obligatory online participation)
- Second week, 17-21 June – Zadar, Croatia (obligatory in-person participation)
- Last week 22 June – 03 July – Online, asynchronously (obligatory online participation)
Application opens: 15 March 2024
Notification of acceptance: 29 April 2024
For students of Doctoral programme Knowledge society and information transfer, University of Zadar
17-21 June – Zadar, Croatia
There is no conference fee for students of Doctoral programme Knowledge society and information transfer.
Teaching is conducted blended, with obligatory one week of in-person teaching at the University of Zadar in Croatia, while the preparation part is conducted online using the teaching platform Merlin.
Students will be responsible for arranging and covering travel and accommodations costs.
Baladria Summer School in Digital Humanities 2024 is awarding credits for students of Doctoral programme Knowledge society and information transfer.
Registration: be sure to indicate that you are a student of Doctoral programme Knowledge society and information transfer when registering.
For other participants:
Date: 17-21 June 2024
Venue: University of Zadar, Croatia
Ulica Mihovila Pavlinovića 1
CONFERENCE FEE: 150 euros
Participants are responsible for arranging and covering travel and accommodations costs.
The costs of two coffee breaks with a snack a day, one social event, and sightseeing with a tourist guide is covered.
The aim of Baladria Summer School in Digital Humanities 2024 is to learn about digital research methods to address research questions from the humanities. The participants will be able to get an insight into a range of the different digital methods used within digital humanities, as well as an awareness of difficulties related to the methods/tools within digital humanities projects. The School will cover several methods/tools, with participants engaging in hands-on activities and actively sharing their findings in active communication and discussions within participants and teachers. In the final project of the School, the student has the option to focus on specific digital methods and tools by working in teams supervised by teachers.
The participants are encouraged to prepare for the BALADRIA 2024 with a proposed list of readings.
The Baladria Summer School has been initiated by the iInstitute (https://lnu.se/en//iinstitute), Linnaeus University’s iSchool (https://www.ischools.org) affiliated with the Digital Transformation Knowledge Environment (https://lnu.se/en/meet-linnaeus-university/knowledge-environments/digital-transformations), and is organized in collaboration with the Deparment of Information Sciences at the University of Zadar (https://www.unizd.hr/eng) and has been taking place since 2019. For earlier Baladria Summer Schools, please visit the former Baladria website (http://baladria.unizd.hr).