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Digital Scholarship: An Introduction
A library guide to methodologies and tools of digital scholarship across disciplines.
Self-guided introduction to the basics, such as securing web server space, preserving data, and improving your search techniques. It then moves forward to explore different methods used for analyzing data, designing digitally inflected teaching assignments, and creating the building blocks required for publishing digital work.
This course introduces participants to humanities programming through the use of Python for data acquisition, cleaning, and analysis. The course assumes no prior technical knowledge and will focus on accomplishing basic research tasks. Students should walk away feeling equipped to tackle a variety of typical problems that arise for digital humanists.
Tools used by a leading internet studies research groups comprised of new media researchers and PhD candidates. DMI designs methods and tools for repurposing online devices and platforms (such as Twitter, Facebook and Google) for research into social and political issues.