Theme: Information Technology and Multimodality: Writing and Designing Across the Curriculum.


  • Become familiar with the Digital Humanities as knowledge domains and practices intersecting¬† Information Technology, the Arts, and the Humanities.
  • Understand multimodality and multiliteracies as rhetorical and design modes to generate and communicate knowledge and information.
  • Assess and select from the array of digital tools available for humanities research and pedagogy.
  • Gain reasonable fluency in using one or two digital tools.
  • Integrate these tools into course assignments.
  • Design assessment criteria for these assignments.

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