Students majoring in non-science disciplines often have little exposure to computational thinking and working with computer code. At the same time, digital methods of analysis exert growing influence on the practice of many disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. The Wheaton College Digital History Project seeks to bridge this gap using tools from the field of digital humanities.
The Talk is scheduled for Tuesday, April 12 at 12:30 in the President’s Dining Rooms.
A complete list of this semester’s lunch talks may be found here.