Instructional programming offered by UH Libraries and HPE Data Science Institute as part of the joint Digital Humanities Core (DHC) initiative.
This page contains information and guidelines for instructors interested in embedding badges in the Micro-credential in the Digital Humanities into their graduate-level courses. The purpose of the Micro-credential in the Digital Humanities program is to teach and apply successful strategies to the planning, funding, implementation, and development of digital humanities research projects..
The program for graduate students encompasses two badges:
- Badge I: Plan Development in the Digital Humanities (Graduate Studies)
- Badge II: Project Development in the Digital Humanities (Graduate Studies)
This program is available to active University of Houston graduate students with an interest or idea that incorporates an element of digital scholarship.
Program Elements and Outcomes
Badge I: Plan Development in the Digital Humanities may include modules in:
- Introduction and ideation
- Planning your idea
- Data modeling/finding data
- Asset management and metadata
Badge II: Project Development in the Digital Humanities may include modules in:
- Elements of project/proposal
- Microsites and digital publication
- Universal design: who is your audience?
- Project proposal revision
Modules are delivered synchronously and through the HPE Data Science Institute micro-credentialing program and can be adopted into existing courses or built into courses being authored.
Modules can be tailored to suit course outcomes or disciplinary natures.
Participants who complete the Micro-credential in the Digital Humanities badges gain access to the full range of services and infrastructure offered by the Digital Humanities Core facility and become part of growing cohorts supported by HPE DSI and UH Libraries, aimed at nurturing new research and scholarship.
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