The Digital Humanities Uppsala Blog — a blog hosted by Uppsala University’s Centre for Digital Humanities (CDHU) — has just published a post written by Nikolaos Gkizis Chatziantoniou, a second-year student at the Master’s Programme in Digital Humanities. Nikolaos tells about how he worked with the digitization of books as a part of his internship at CDHU and shares his thoughts about what the roles of a digital humanist in the heritage sector might be and outlines some of key contributions that a digital humanist can make in this setting.

Nikolaos’ internship was organized via the DH programme’s secondment course, and is one of many examples of exciting workplace learning experiences that this course makes possible. The full post can be accessed here: