This course is offered every Spring Term.
This course provides a studio-based, semi-structured learning environment in which students focus exclusively on producing and sharing their own, more advanced, work using digital computing within the context of the humanities and allied social sciences. In this practicum, the students begin to investigate more fully the particular digital tools and methods that seem most promising to their longer-term research agenda. It is designed as a collaboration with the university library system, co-led by and taught in digital scholarship services. This course serves as one of the core requirements for the graduate certificate in digital studies and methods.