The goal of this course is to study, critique, and engage in the production of digital humanities scholarship. Students In this course will examine how information professionals, are situated withIn this area of academic inquiry as researchers, collaborators, and stewards. A range of digital humanities projects and digital tools, including the potential uses of each in library and archival settings, will be explored. This course is designed to be interactive, collaborative, and hands-on, incorporating aspects of academic seminars and studio-based workshops. Over the course of the semester, students will complete on their own individual projects, using digital tools to investigate research questions, periodically providing feedback to one another and reflecting on their own processes.

Academic Career: Graduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: Letter Grade (default) Satisfactory/No credit (option)
Course Requirements: PROG: Sch Computing and Information
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3

Current Sections

Summer 2023

Class No.DaysTimesRoomInstructor(s)TA(s)TypeSession
18155 (1000)12:00am-12:00amWEB Aisling Quigley