Core Module 1: Digital Resources in the Humanities Introducing a range of issues involved in the design, creation, management and use of digital resources in the humanities.
Core Module 2: Internet Technologies Exploring the basic concepts of markup (including Extensible Hypertext Markup Language, XHTML), website structuring and design, and issues involved in generating and delivering online content.
Core Module 3: Introduction to Programming and Database Querying Providing an introduction to the key concepts and principles of standard procedural computer programming and a brief introduction to relational database querying and manipulation.
Core Module 4: Server Programming and Structured Data Covering approaches to creating database driven websites, with a focus on applications relating to maps and spatial data.
Core Module 5: XML Providing an overview of Extensible Markup language; giving students the opportunity to practice XML markup techniques, processing with XSLT, and demonstrating the use of XML in publishing.
University College London Center for Digital Humanities http://www.ucl.ac.uk/dh/