IH 206 Digital Humanities Data Curation and Dissemination

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In this graduate course, students will explore a broad spectrum of methods and practical approaches to community-engaged scholarship and digital humanities including archive research, digital data management and curation, and public dissemination. Students will study the principles and best-practices of community-engaged scholarship—an approach to research that is based on mutual benefit accruing to community and academic collaborators. Students will explore how community engagement can inform roles and responsibilities at all stages of research design and dissemination.