In Digital Culture, we actively collaborate with various public and private corporations.
Keyword: Digital Culture
The Department of Digital Culture studies human activities (use and design, as well as discussions and meanings) related to digital technologies (for example, information networks, computers, and mobile devices). The Department is based on the humanities and utilises methods from historical and cultural studies in particular.
Studies in Digital Culture prepare graduates to work in, for example, organisations in the the cultural or communication sectors, in projects, research, and development, and as technology experts and trainers in governmental positions.
The Department of Digital Culture studies the digitalisation of culture and society, as well as new phenomena in digital communication, art, and entertainment. The research is focused on the ways in which people use, understand, and give meaning to digital technology. Popular research topics include, for example, social media, online cultures, digital games, and everyday uses of technology.