Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : digital humanities


Some сonsiderations on the study of history of humanitarian sciences and medicine in Uzbekistan through GIS systems

Uljaeva Sh. M.; Ismailova Z.K.; Nazarov K.N.; Djumaniyazov R.M.; Nishanbaeva G. J.

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3131-3141

Nowadays, in all spheres in the world arena and in our country, largescale
reforms and best traditions are being introduced in all spheres.
Today, great steps are being taken to explore the humanities in
innovative ways. Historical periods, events, archives and other material and
written sources are modeled through information technology and focuses on
the quick and easy study of history, comparing events, sources, summarizing
and comparing statistics.
The article analyzes issues related to archival documents and written
sources, electronic copies, digitization of the total number of periods and 
topics, presentations for lessons, audiovisual, animated and electronic
materials, manuals and textbooks.
The article emphasizes the study of the ancient Turkic peoples' writing,
their culture, their modern-day territories, languages, language families and
networks, and should be explored through digital humanities and more.