Bearing the same structure as the course option in Cultural Heritage and Data Science, this graduate programme in digital humanities (jointly offered by the CESR and the Laboratory of Fundamental and Applied Computer Science of Tours) provides students with the skills in digital mediation that are in high demand in today’s cultural, heritage, and tourism industries.
It also offers students the opportunity to gain and develop historical-critical methodology (in conjunction with the Master’s in History, Civilisation, and Cultural Heritage programmes) as well as master software tools for the management, distribution, mediation and digital mediatisation of data. Course content includes databases, programming, multimedia development, visualisation and interaction tools, virtual and augmented reality, communication and social networks, e-learning and educational engineering, scripting, and digital mediation project design and management.

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