Digital Humanities for Children and Young People

The Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage offers a growing repertoire of educational activities targeted at schools and young age groups. The activities are, on the one hand, designed to create awareness for the potential of digital humanities research and to include young people in the societal discourse about digitization and research, on the other hand, they aim to support the acquisition of digital competences and to transfer know-how regarding the use of digital resources and tools.

ACDH-CH at Children's Universities

ACDH-CH at Children's Universities

Aiming to bring both the world of humanities research and its digital tools closer to inquisitive junior scientists, ACDH-CH researchers have regularly participated in local Children's University initiatives, most notably KinderUni Wien.

Some impressions from past Children's University seasons ...

ACDH-CH in the Classroom

ACDH-CH in the Classroom

Are you a teacher at a secondary school and do you want to cover digital humanities or a related topic in class? The ACDH-CH's Science Ambassadors are happy to visit your school and come to the classroom to guide through one of the following programmes.

Please contact us to make further arrangements.

Digital Humanities 101

Presentation with interactive part, in German or English
2 x 45 min., for students in the upper secondary level

Description: Our Science Ambassadors share insights about the area of digital humanities research and bring a colourful mix of research projects and digital resources to get to know and try out. We are happy to cater to individual requests regarding the topical focus of the presentation where we can.

Keywords: Digital Humanities, Research Methods, Research Tools, Research Questions

Get In Touch: Project Cooperation

Project Cooperation

Are you a teacher at a secondary school and are interested in a cooperation project surrounding the digital humanities or one of the research projects located at the ACDH-CH? The institute welcomes ongoing cooperations with schools for the development of pedagogical projects. If you are interested, please get into touch with one of our Science Ambassadors.


Young Science Ambassadors:

Eveline Wandl-Vogt