Explores use and application of technology to scholarly activity in the humanities, including projects that put classic texts on the web or create multimedia application on humanities topics.
Digital media is an immensely pervasive and powerful form of communication that despite its rapid growth has yet to reach most of the world’s population.
- This lecture-based survey course for undergraduates traces
- the history and formation of personal computing and the Internet,
- the development of virtual communities and virtual worlds,
- evolving forms of digital representation and communication, igital visual cultures,
- features of new media industries, and
- the rise of participatory media.