AMD 676 reviews current merchandising theory, research, and methodology. Emphasis on the evaluation and discussion of current and seminal merchandising literature, understanding research processes, interpretation of findings, assessing implications of research for future directions in merchandising, and the development and presentation of original scholarly work.
|Instructor: Prof. Linda Niehm|
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|February 9: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm||Digital Humanities 101: What is Digital Humanities? (In-Person)|
|February 15: Wed, 9:00am-10:00am||Open Scholar Café: Impact of the OSTP Memo (Online)|
|February 16: Thu, 12:40pm-1:55pm||Digital Humanities 101: Intro to Geospatial Humanities (In-Person)|
|February 23: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm||Digital Humanities 101: Intro to Text Analysis (In-Person)|
|March 30: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm||Enhance Your Narrative with Geospatial Data: Intro to StoryMap JS (In-Person)|
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|April 6: Thu, 12:40pm-1:55pm||Digital Humanities 101: Data for Digital Humanities|