Digital Methods in Historical Inquiry

This course explores the use of digital tools and methods in historical inquiry, with an emphasis on building the technical skills necessary to create, organize, and analyze a variety of datasets. Students will rely on statistical, visual, and spatial forms of analysis, depending on the semester’s topic, to help draw meaning from historical data, while assignments will often rely on a hands-on, lab-based approach to impart abilities in key digital approaches.

Instructor

Tom Augst and Nick Wolf (Spring 2015)

Course Number

G57.1023

Credits

4.0

Concentration

Both Archives and Public History

Required?

No

Semester offered

Spring

Frequency

Annually

Prerequisites

Creating Digital History

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