Textual Data & Digital Texts in the Undergraduate Classroom
The institute will introduce methods for digitally examining texts, the primary object of study for many in the humanities. Participants will learn quantitative, visual, and computational means to analyze texts, approaches that require thinking about texts as digital objects and data. They will experiment with these methods to query texts at both a micro level (isolating and analyzing information contained within texts) and macro level (analyzing multiple texts at once). Participants will explore how these approaches be productively incorporated into undergraduate humanities classes.
This institute is designed for those who teach or support undergraduate text-based humanities courses, and are interested in learning ways to implement digital tools and methods into their pedagogy. Applications are welcome from library faculty and staff, professors, instructors, and graduate students.
Funding Information: Details About This Grant
Funded through the Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities grant of the Office of Digital Humanities