Introduction to Digital Humanities – Summer 2020

A no-prerequisite online survey course introducing students to the concepts and methodologies of working with, and analyzing primary source texts using digital tools.

The Washington times. (Washington [D.C.]), 24 April 1904. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress.

Students used the Gale Digital Scholar Lab for content set creation, curation and to clean texts, considering the best practices as well as the limitations of using digital tools for text analysis.  Analysis work included clustering, named entity recognition, parts of speech tagging, ngrams, sentiment analysis and topic modeling.


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Student Projects

Student projects were built using StoryMapJS and include the following components:

  • Title Slide
  • Narrative
  • Archival resources
  • Data curation and text cleaning
  • Analysis Summary
  • Visualization and analysis results
  • Learning summary
  • Bibliography