MSc Digital Scholarship: Curriculum
The course comprises the following curriculum:
- Elements of Digital Scholarship: a presentation-based overview of key topics (Michaelmas and Hilary Terms) arising in the ‘data life-cycle’ which structures most leading projects in the field.
- Methods of Digital Scholarship: offering students the choice of two Technical Options Papers which provide the hands-on training needed to equip students with specific methods relevant to their project (Michaelmas Term).
- Subject-Specific Paper: providing graduate-level work of a more traditional kind, chosen by the student from a selected list of existing Master's papers in other Faculties (Hilary Term). Please note that the opportunity to follow an option course will be subject to availability and timetabling, which may vary from year to year.
- Practicum placement: offering students immersion in one of Oxford’s vast array of flagship Digital Humanities projects and/or the Bodleian’s technical departments in preparation for their dissertation project (Trinity Term).