JL MC 501 provides a historical overview of mass communication theories. Involves the examination of major areas of research activity and theoretical development related to organization, functions, and effects of mass communication.
|Instructor: Prof. Daniela Dimitrova|
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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)|
|March 30: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm||Preserve Your Legacy: Recordkeeping 101 for Student Organizations (In-Person)|
|April 6: Thu, 12:40pm-1:55pm||Digital Humanities 101: Data for Digital Humanities|