Introduction to Digital Humanities
Taught by Kim Vaz-Deville
This course introduces students to the field of digital humanities in general and to the grounding of the Xavier’s minor in data analysis and social justice. Through course activities, students will gain awareness of how the tools, technologies and methods are used in both academia and the business world. Ultimately, students will become critical and reflective users of a range of digital tools, technologies and methods used by business, industry and academia to explore issues and solve problems by understanding that all technologies are complex, socially situated, and political. The course will consist of a combination of lecture, guest speakers, lab (1.5 hours classroom; 1.5 hours of lab).
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Course begins: Fall 2019