The Cultural Informatics, Data and Computational Cultural Studies Lab [CID-CCS Lab] evolved from the New Technologies Lab which began its operation in 1999. The Lab is engaged in instruction and research on the subjects of Cultural Informatics, Digital Humanities, Digital Social Sciences and Computational Cultural and Visual Studies, and more generally of courses taught and in the research orientations of the Department at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
In its previous form, the Lab offered courses on multimedia, digital and cultural applications. Since the 2013-2014 academic year it collaborates with the Workshops/Labs of the three Tracks to support the innovative and creative aspects of education that they provide students with in the fields of media, cultural management, advertising and public relations.
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