Applications are now open for the Text Analysis Pedagogy (TAP) Institute, an open educational institute that aims to empower teachers (and aspiring teachers) of text analysis in the digital humanities. The TAP Institute is led by JSTOR Labs in partnership with University of Virginia and University of Arizona, funded by National Endowment for the Humanities. The institute will run remotely in June 2021, and registration is free. From the call:
The 2021 TAP Institute will offer 10 free, online courses to teachers (and aspiring teachers) of text analysis. The courses include:
- Basic Python and R
- Optical Character Recognition
- Topic Modeling
- Data Analysis with Pandas
- Machine Learning
- Visualizing Humanities Data
- Ancient/Medieval Languages
- Named Entity Recognition
For more details, see the full schedule. Each course is short, lasting three 90-minute sessions. The courses are taught by master instructors from top American universities.
The deadline for applications is 15 April 2021.
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