CMS.633 | Spring 2015 | Undergraduate
Digital Humanities
Course Description
This course examines the theory and practice of using computational methods in the emerging field of digital humanities. It develops an understanding of key digital humanities concepts, such as data representation, digital archives, information visualization, and user interaction through the study of contemporary …
This course examines the theory and practice of using computational methods in the emerging field of digital humanities. It develops an understanding of key digital humanities concepts, such as data representation, digital archives, information visualization, and user interaction through the study of contemporary research, in conjunction with working on real-world projects for scholarly, educational, and public needs. Students create prototypes, write design papers, and conduct user studies.
Learning Resource Types
group_work Projects with Examples
co_present Instructor Insights
A world map where each of the continents have several push pin icons on them. The various push pins are connected to each other with multi-colored lines.
The interface for the app NewsConnect, that aims to visually represent national connections presented in world news articles. (Image courtesy of Meghana Bhat and Karleigh Moore. Used with permission.)