ENG 466 - DigitalTechnologies in English
Computing in English Studies explores the writing, reading, production, and design of text(s) across emergent digital contexts. This course acts as an introduction to the theories and practices of digital humanities broadly writ, and will give students a low-stakes arena to begin exploring the production of digital materials. This course will provide broad theoretical background information for digital humanities, digital publishing, and document design. Course Information: Prerequisites: C or better in ENG 102 or CAP 115 or equivalent.
Prerequisites: C or better in ENG 102, CAP 115 or equivalent.
Academic Program Restrictions:
BS:Online Info Syst Sec -UIS
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate