Every year, the Digital Methods Initiative organises an intensive summer course in which students learn and develop internet research techniques for studying societal conditions and cultural change. Information about the 2022 session will be updated in the coming months.
During the Digital Methods Initiative (DMI) Summer School, participants actively engage in empirical research projects, employing web-specific software tools, such as scrapers and crawlers. The course concludes with an event at which the research projects are presented.
For more information on the summer course, please see:
|Application deadline:||Rolling admission. Applicants will be notified within a week of making their application. Applications accepted until 5 May 2022.|
|Academic director:||Prof. Richard Rogers|
|Credits:||6 ECTS / Certificate of Completion|
|Tuition fee in 2021:||
UvA Master's and Research Master's students are exempted from paying the UvA fee, for all other participants the tuition fee is 895 Euro
|Applicants:||Open to all applicants MA level and up, incl PhD candidates and motivated scholars as well as practitioners.|
|Credits||6 ECTS, 2 weeks|
|Language of instruction||English|