Published: March 1, 2022

Learn how a graduate certificate in the digital humanities (DH) can enhance your studies in and beyond the classroom by joining the Center for Research Data & Digital Scholarship (CRDDS) on Monday, March 7 for a remote information session. 

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The Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate offers students the chance to explore digital approaches to humanities inquiry and the development of humanities perspectives on technology. The certificate program is designed to be driven by enrolled students’ interests. All CU Boulder graduate students in good standing are eligible to participate.

Students who successfully complete the certificate program will come away with interdisciplinary and collaborative experiences and projects that demonstrate connections between their own pursuits and digital humanities. 

A handful of those graduates will be available to talk about their experience and answer questions from the student perspective. 

The certificate prepares students to: 

  • Create, utilize and evaluate digital methods and tools for research
  • Integrate them into their teaching
  • Assess the diverse impacts of technologies on people and society
  • Leverage digital technologies for public outreach and engagement

“The interdisciplinary nature of DH allows us to situate and experiment with intersections of our data, tool, and technology practices through humanistic lenses  DH is a unique field and community of practice,” Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, digital scholarship librarian and core course professor said. “My DH doesn’t have to be your DH, and that’s okay!” 

Projects and activities have included the internationally recognized Digital El Diario, an archival justice and collaborative project first created in Introduction to Digital Humanities in Fall 2019, and a multitude of individual projects, including social media datasets and web archives, experimental critical data pedagogy syllabi, and interactive immersive digital stories, and more. 

  • Date: March 7, 2022
  • Time: 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
  • Location: Zoom