Spring Term 2019 in the Humanities Lab
During the spring term of 2019 the Humanities Lab offers three courses. Go to our "Courses" page for more information and apply by sending an e-mail to the address within brackets.
- Eye Tracking: (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Programming for the Behavioural Sciences (marcus.nystromhumlab.luse)
- Statistics I (Joost.van_de_Weijer@ling.lu.se)
The Humanities Lab also offers several group tutorials on different tools. If you are interested, send a mail to the address in brackets and, as soon as there is a large enough group, a date will be set and announced.
- Audio and video recording at LARM studio(email@example.com):
- Introduction to the Lab (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Elan (email@example.com)
- PsychoPy (marcus.nystromhumlab.luse)
- RTK GPS and data georeferencing(firstname.lastname@example.org)
- R: non-statistical uses (email@example.com)
- 3D scanning (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Courses given by the Lab are primarily open for PhD students and researchers, but application is possible also for master students. The Humanities Lab does not award course credits. Participants who want credits for courses must clear this with supervisors/home departments who in turn manage and assign credits.
You apply to the courses by sending an e-mail to the contact person for each course. Contact information is found on the course page. Make sure to include full name, social security number (or date of birth) and what you have studied before. Please note that this is the only way to apply for our courses, they are not advertised on www.antagning.se!
If you are a PhD student, you will receive a certificate of the completed coursework to take back to your home department for accreditation. Please note that you will need to check with your supervisor in advance that the course can be accredited in your individual study plan.