Digital Humanities for Beginners (4-day workshop)

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The Department of English is hosting a free four-day workshop (April 22 to 25) called "Digital Humanities for Beginners."  It is for students, researchers, and educators in subjects like literature, philosophy, art, history, and the social sciences. If you want to know how to use computers to explore these areas, this workshop is for you!

Topics covered include techniques for different purposes like creating maps, analyzing texts, and making visualizations and helpful advice on how to manage a project.

See the attachment for more details or contact Barbara Bordalejo ( for more information.

To sign up:

Location:  AH-175


Room or Area: 


Bev Garnett | | (403) 380-1894

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