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Academic Year: Semester Dates

Semester 1: 10th September - 30th November 2018

Study Review Week: 3 December - 7 December 2018

Autumn Examinations: 10 December - 21 December 2018

Christmas Recess: 22 December 2018 - 13 January 2019


Semester 2: 14 January - 5 April 2019

Easter Recess: 13 April - 25 April 2019

Study Review Week: 8 April - 12 April 2019

Spring/Summer Examinations: 29 April - 10 May 2019

All Semester 1 written work no later than Dec 10th, 3pm'

All Semester 2 written work no later than 8 April, 3pm

Timetable

Semester One

Tuesday

11:00 DH6013 Getting Started DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

13:00 DH6032 Communities DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

16:00 DH6033 Concepts DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

18:00 MA DAH Labs DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

Wednesday

12:00 DH Symposium DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

17:00 CS6104

Thursday

14:00 - 16:00 (Week 2-8 ONLY) Contemporary Practices in Publishing and Editing (FSB 4.23)

Friday

13:00 CS6102


Online: These options are delivered online (It is important that programme participants experience some fully online modules as part of the experience).

DH6006 Teaching and Learning in Digital Humanities (5 credits)

DH6007 Models, Simulations and Games (5 credits)


Semester Two

Tuesday

14:00 DH6018 Digital Art DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

15:00 DH6028/31 Games DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

16:00 DH6034 Humanities and New Technologies: Tools and Methodologies DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

18:00 MA DAH Labs DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

Wednesday

12:00 DH Symposium DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

13:00 CS6117

Thursday

12:00 - 14:00 (Week 2-8 ONLY) DH6014 Digital Skills DH Active Learning Space (FSB 4.23)

Calendar Entry

The MA in Digital Arts and Humanities is a full-time programme running for 12 months from the date of first registration for the programme.

Registration

You can ensure your registration details are correct via Student Web Services at http://sit.ucc.ie. If your modules are not listed you need to either register for them, or contact the Records Office (SREO@ucc.ie, Registration Helpdesk: 490 2425/2145/2253) in case of a registration difficulty.

Timetable and Lecture/Lab Location

Unless otherwise noted, all Digital Humanities lectures and labs take place in the Digital Arts & Humanities Active Learning Space, Food Science & Technology Building 4.23.

Timetables are subject to change in advance of term.