Course Description

LIS 9372A-650 (Fall 2022)   Special Topic: Digital Humanities and Library and Information Science

Instructor: C. Murgu

Course Description
This course will serve as an introduction to Digital Humanities, surveying the beginning of DH, its growth over the past two decades, and contemplating the future of DH and librarians involved in its constantly fluctuating path. Students will be exposed to a variety of DH tools, sources, texts, and conferences.

Course Syllabi for LIS 9372A-650 (Fall 2022)
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Prerequisites: 9003

0.5 course

Program Content Areas
Connecting People with Information
Information and Communication Technology

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of readings, assignments, and class participation, students will be able to:
1. Apply a critical understanding and articulate the concept of digital humanities and its relationship to library and information science (PLLO 1, and 2)

2. Recognize and comprehend the potential issues surrounding digitization and accessibility of library materials (PLLO 4)

3.Use and evaluate a wide breadth of tools necessary to support DH scholars in an academic institution (PLLO 6, and 8)

MLIS Program Level Learning Outcomes
MLIS Program Goals and Objectives