Human 2DH3 is a 3 credit course offered by McMaster University and the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship.
From the calendar: “This course will introduce students to digital humanities research methods and tools. Students will learn about three primary impulses that drive digital scholarship: analysis, preservation, and resource creation. They will work with existing digital resources, learning to use and assess them effectively; and will also digitize material to create new resources while learning about copyright, intellectual property, and accessibility.”
This year, we worked with sources from McMaster’s Archives and Research Collections in order to experiment with digital humanities research tools and methods. More information about our source, the Crombie Family, can be found at the McMaster Archives and Research Collections portal for the Crombie Family Fonds.
More information about HUMAN 2DH3 can be found on the Sherman Centre Website.