On November 3rd, 2017, the Estonian National Museum will host a graduate seminar to discuss with international experts the benefits of open data to society in general and the humanities in particular. The seminar is organised in partnership with the Graduate School of Linguistics, Philosophy and Semiotics (GSLPS ) and the Centre of Excellence in Estonian Studies . Participation is free of charge and is worth 3 ECTS points. Graduate students who are not members of GSCSA or GSLPS are required to provide a short CV to specify their education and research interests. The seminar is part of the 3-day conference "Open licenses, open content, open data: tools for developing digital humanities".