Welcome to Digital History 4150!
A visualization of the output from a topic model. Created by Joshua Catalano.

This course teaches students how to research, write, and present history using digital tools and mediums. As part of the course, students learn the basics of HTML and CSS and create their own webpage. Students learn how to use digital bibliographic tools such as Zotero and Tropy to collect, organize, and cite primary and secondary research. The course includes an introduction to several analytical techniques including mapping, textual analysis, and data visualization. During the semester, students will collaboratively use Omeka and Curatescape to create a mobile app that includes thematic historical tours. Finally, students will learn how to compose and critique historical arguments using digital methods.