Key Applications: Electronic Publishing and Computer-Assisted Analysis
Formerly: HUMA 350
Examination of key applications for digital humanities work in electronic publishing and the analysis of electronic objects within traditional, and new, frameworks of humanistic inquiry. Topics include: a survey of ways of knowing and ways of expressing knowledge in the humanities; advanced text encoding (TEI-XML); the generation of textual corpora; numerical and graphical analysis with relational databases, spreadsheets, and purpose-built software; and publication tools (such as XSLT) and systems.
- Credit will be granted for only one of DHUM 350, HUMA 350.
- DHUM 150 or HUMA 150; or
- permission of the department.
Undergraduate course in Digital Humanities offered by the Faculty of Humanities.