Digital Humanities Lab

Accessibility and DH Programming

August 2, 2016

DH Highlights: Accessibility and DH Programming

August 2 at 2:00pm in the Digital Humanities Lab (SML 316)

During Office Hours, Tracy MacMath and Joseph Stadolnik presented on digital humanities courses they participated in over the summer. Beginning with design, Tracy discussed "Accessibility and Digital Environments," a course offered at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) that addressed how to design digital projects for all users. Moving from design to implementation, Joseph then provided an overview of "Humanities Programming," a course given at the Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching (HILT) institute that was aimed at deploying web-based applications.

Both courses will be offered again at next year's DHSI and HILT, so this was an opportunity to hear what they were like and to learn more about the DHLab's Training Scholarships.

Coffee and tea were provided! 


Tracy MacMath is a User Interface Programmer for Library IT.

Joseph Stadolnik is a PhD Candidate in English.

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