Check it out: the timelines made by students in Professor Miller’s blended Women’s Studies 101 course are so neat that the Chronicle of Higher Education chose to highlight them for its national audience of college and university instructors interested in teaching the digital humanities.
Wheaton is a leader in the digital humanities–especially when it comes to doing them with undergraduates. Students in courses using digital humanities are exposed to methodologies and technologies that challenge them to think critically and prepare them for life after graduation.
Some other great DH projects at Wheaton
- The Digital History Project
- The TAPAS Project
- The Wheaton Institute for Interdisciplinary Humanities
What are the Digital Humanities?
The digital humanities (DH) are a new way of engaging with traditional humanities topics using the power of computers to analyze, organize, and share knowledge in novel ways–and it’s taking higher education by storm.