Erasmus

Incoming exchange students can enroll these courses at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences.

To enroll these courses students need to contact the professor via email or office hours available on staff info pages linked here and inquire about the nature of teaching and learning in English within the course. 

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Winter term 2021-22

Course name 

Professor

 

ECTS

   Course Description

Heritage Management

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PhD

 

6

Understand the complexity of the concept / phrase heritage management in modern society; to know and understand the relationship between identity and heritage; acquire theoretical and practical knowledge on how to use and manage within the heritage area; gain insight into the forms of diverse social practice in which recognition, protection and communication are the central p

Computational Linguistics

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6

Students will gain basic knowledge in the discipline of computer processing of natural languages and will be able to independently model the procedures of lexical and syntactic analysis of natural languages. They will also be able to use tools to extract information from texts written in natural language.

Big Data

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4

Introduce students to the basic concepts of big data with an emphasis on merging and displaying data from different databases.

Socio-Humanistic Informatics

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PhD

 

3

Socio-humanistic informatics includes the application of information and communication technologies in the social sciences and humanities, as well as text and language processing. The aim of the course is to provide students with the basic principles of text and language processing including advanced text formatting, text indexing, extractive summarization, regular expressions for extracting collocations and basic statistical text analysis.

Fundamentals of Museum Collections Management

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6

Understand the concept of museum collection management and museum collection management policy; acquire basic knowledge of the basic procedures of working with collections of real material (procurement - extraction, lending - mobility, documenting and providing access) and get acquainted with new collection management strategies in the 21st century and the time of economic and epidemiological crisis.

Museum Documentation I

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PhD

 

6

Training students to be able to do quality museum documentation in a computer environment and to practically adopt key documentation principles. Understanding the information structure of museum documentation and the procedures of inventory control and cataloging of museum objects. Basic knowledge of terminology structuring procedures through classifications and thesauri. 

Introduction to Lexicography

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3

The College begins with a historical overview of lexicographic activity, and then focuses on the basics of lexicographic theory and methodology. Dictionary types are described and divisions of lexicographical manuals according to different criteria are described (number of languages, type of data they bring, purpose, time span, normative or descriptive approach, users, etc.) All dictionary categories are analysed in different types of dictionary i.e. dictionary macro- and microstructure. The basic problems of identification of lexes, grammar processing, recording of pronunciation, semantic analysis and definition, i.e. the establishment of lexical equivalence are warned. Lexicographic sources and materials are identified, and specific lexicographical procedures are illustrated by examples of monolingual and bilingual dictionaries. /Students will learn to understand the basic requirements and difficulties of lexicographic work and learn more about semantics and other relationships between lexical units, the need for exemplification, etc., and thus gain insight into various forms of dictionary practice. /Exam: It’s an oral exam.S

Knowledge and Information Management

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PhD

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PhD

 

6

Student will understand the theoretical and practical principles and methods of organization and management of information and knowledge. They will understand theoretical and practical solutions for the cooperation and workflow of knowledge. In addition to the theoretical basis of information and knowledge management that focuses on the transfer, codification and organization of knowledge, seminar discussions will introduce students to relevant and current topics currently in the focus of researchers such as: personal knowledge management, information literacy in the workplace, bibliometric, new and open knowledge and knowledge and new media. During the semester, special attention is paid to the development of generic competencies.

Collection Care

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3

Get acquainted with the natural laws that affect the decay of museum objects. Get acquainted with the main methods of examining the condition of museum objects. Acquire knowledge about the main symptoms of damage to museum objects. Get acquainted with the methods and standards of maintenance and protection of museum objects. Acquire the skills needed to control the environment, handling and securing of the collection. To get acquainted with the relationship between the protection of museum material and the protection of cultural heritage as a whole.

Museology and Gender Perspective

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3

Understanding of basic theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of gender theory applied within the museological theoretical framework. Students will be trained to critically examine museological and heritage topics from a gender perspective and prepared to actively participate in the promotion of inclusiveness and equality in the museum and heritage context.f

 

Summer term 2021-22

Course name 

Professor

 

ECTS

Course Description

Heritage and Development

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6

To know and understand the relationships within modern society and the role of heritage in it; get acquainted with the sources, role, and possibilities of using heritage, and the existing and possible ways of its practical application in the functioning of society and development strategies

Heritage Interpretation

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3

To enable students to understand the ideas and concepts of heritage interpretation. To enable students to understand differences and similarities in different manifestations of interpretation (natural and cultural) heritage. Acquire basic theoretical and practical knowledge about heritage interpretation, and introduce students to different methods and techniques of heritage interpretation and existing and possible ways of its practical application.

Computer-assisted teaching

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4

The aim of this course is to empower future teachers, students at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences to design and plan teaching and learning with technology, to know and understand educational technology trends and methodologies and to practice collegial dialogue to plan teaching and learning via instructional peer coaching.

Natural Language Processing

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6

The aim of the course is to provide students with basic guidelines for natural language processing. Students will be introduced to morphological analysis and generation, syntactic analysis and semantic interpretation of language. Through a series of weekly topics, they will gain insight into the diversity of the area and the breadth of application of natural language processing methods. Practical work on weekly assignments during the semester will enable them to master the concrete application of theoretical knowledge so that at the end of the semester they can distinguish and evaluate the structural features of natural language texts and the principles of their computer processing to obtain linguistic (morphological, syntactic, semantic) information.

Heritage Theories

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6

The aim of the course is to introduce students with the development of the concept of heritage and the most important heritage organizations. Given the wide range of disciplines that deal with heritage, the course aims to provide students with insights into the multiplicity of interpretations and uses of the term heritage . Most attention is paid to the museological approach from the scientific perspective of information and communication sciences and the practice of heritage management and communication.

Museum
Education
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Introducing students to the multiple theoretical frameworks of museum education; introducing and training students to apply theoretical knowledge about museum education in practice through descriptions, analysis and discussion about concrete museum cases and to develop new educational programs or adapt existing museum content to specific user groups.