Thank you for helping to expand our course offerings!
This form allows students, faculty, and staff to alert our program directors to courses that might count for credit in the Comics and Cartoon Studies, Digital Humanities, or Disabilities Studies minors.
Please fill out the fields below in as much detail as you can and click submit.Note: This form cannot be used for the minors in English or Writing, Public Speaking, and Critical Reasoning.
Please copy and paste information from the course description in the class syllabus.
A. Identify how digital tools and media technologies function in society, academic culture, and/or scholarly research;
B. Identify and analyze how digital tools/technologies operate: how they structure and model knowledge, narratives, arguments, and information; what kinds of rhetoric they can deploy; and how they can be leveraged to make powerful arguments;
C. Develop (plan and/or build) a digital research project;
D. Use digital tools effectively, ethically, and thoughtfully to build new knowledge in the humanities;
E. Identify how digital tools are applied to subjects in academic humanities and/or in the public sphere;
F. Expand knowledge of the humanities through the application of digital tools/technologies