I suddenly realized that you may not have all seen this on Humanist? If so, apologies for cross-posting. Please feel free to distribute. (For anyone just hearing about this now, email me and I can waive the late fee for you, I think.)
Learn Python for DH Tasks
Details concerning course meeting dates, syllabus, and registration information are available at Programming4HUManists.org
Registration is Open!
Regular registration closes January 18 (see Further Information below).
The objectives of this course and online webinar are to provide a familiarity with the Python programming language, to provide an introduction to procedural programming within the context of the Digital Humanities, and to equip students with the tools to perform typical, Digital Humanities related tasks using Python scripts. To view a five minute video describing the Spring 2017 P4H Python course go to the Overview webpage on the P4H website (http://programming4humanists.
A course and online webinar in the Programming for Humanists Series:
Offered by the Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture @ Texas A&M University
Course begins Friday, January 20, 2017 – 9:00 am to 11:00 am (Central US time) – and ends April 28, 2017. See the Spring 2017 Syllabus for the exact course meeting dates: http://programming4humanists.
Pre-registration required. Registrants may attend in person or online.
Meeting online via Bluejeans.com
Fall 2016 registrants are eligible for a discount for the Spring 2017 course registration
Registrants outside Texas $750 per person $2,500 per program (up to 5 participants)
Consortium* $500 per person $1,500 per program (up to 5 participants)
Discount-Consortium** $400 per person $1,100 per program (up to 5 participants)
Discount-Non-Consortium $650 per person $2,100 per program (up to 5 participants)
Texas A&M University $0 per person
Payment by Credit Card Only
Registration Closes at 5:00 pm (Central US time) Wednesday, January 18, 2017
An additional $25 late registration fee will be added for registering after 5:00 pm on January 18, 2017
Questions? Email [hidden email] with Prog4Humanists as the subject line.
*Consortium members are any Texas institution participating in TXDHC.org (for more information, email [hidden email] with TXDHC in the subject line).
** You must be a Fall 2016 registrant to receive the Spring 2017 registration discount.
Professor of English and Director
Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture
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