Online Survey on Master Courses on Digital Humanities and Digital Cultural Heritage

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Within the framework of the UNESCO Chair on Digital Cultural Heritage at the Cyprus University of Technology, as well as the current work in different EU funded projects in the area of Digital Cultural Heritage, we are working to investigate the impact and added value on the career of all the graduated students (alumni) from Master Courses in the domain of Digital Heritage, Digital Humanities, Digital Social Sciences.

Therefore, we would like to hear from all alumni about their experiences, their knowledge, opportunities, and values gained from their studies in the different Master Courses. The survey takes max. 15 minutes.

The survey is online until the 31st  October 2021: https://bit.ly/MasterCourseSurvey

The results will be available for UNESCO and will be published under open access by the end of this year.

 

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