This section contains course materials for DH101 Lab/Studio: collaborative final project description, weekly schedule and digital projects evaluation rubric. Student projects from Fall 2013 are examples of the “Scholarly Resource Site” model that integrates repository, digital exhibits, data visualization, digital maps and timelines. Each site contains further discussions by the students on their approach to interface design, navigation, descriptive metadata, archival research, and overall reflections on digital production.
This section also includes a few case studies by undergraduate students at UCLA, brief drafts of “white paper” from the Summer 2012 “Knowledge Design Studio” directed by professors Johanna Drucker and Jan Reiff, with support from UCLA Young Research Library and Center for Digital Humanities. Over the course of 8 weeks, faculty, graduate research assistants and undergraduate DH minors explored interactive digital authoring platforms and digital mapping tools to create projects that investigate the “microcosm of LA history” on Sunset Blvd and the “textual environment” of signs (ads, gov’t signs, flyers, etc) in Balitmore. We will continue to add undergraduate and graduate student digital projects. Please contact us if you would like to share your project here.
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