As part of our ongoing series of graduate seminars in the digital humanities, MLL will offer a Digital Humanities Practicum this Fall 2018. Join us to learn about computational approaches to scholarly work across the humanities. Build or expand your own DH project! Explore methods and tools across disciplines in digital scholarship and get credit toward a planned Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities.
Check these great list of workshops at the Digital Scholarship and Data Services, and let us know if you attend!
When & Where
Who & Office Hours
Tu. 11-12; Th. 3-4:30PM, or by appointment
Tuesdays, 3:30 to 5:30PM, or by appointment
Richter Library, 347-E
Appointments via http://paigecmorgan.youcanbook.me
Note: Paige will be unavailable between September 29 and October 7, and less available from October 15-17, and November 6-15.