The Price Lab collaborated with the English department, the Cinema and Media Studies program, and SAS Computing to launch a new DH class on Digital Fakes and Forgeries. Taught by Elizabeth Scheyder of SAS Computing’s Instructional Technology division, the class will involve hands-on work to detect and create fake images, and will count toward the DH Minor in the College.
The Price Lab has released the spring 2019-2020 roster of classes for the Digital Humanities Minor. The Digital Humanities Minor guides students through three tiers of courses that augment their disciplinary studies in the humanities with advanced digital research techniques and in-depth engagement with theoretical and practical questions raised by digital humanities. More information HERE.
Hosted at the University of Pennsylvania, DReAM Lab is designed to help humanists become more confident and thoughtful users, creators and critics of digital technology. There are 8 courses to choose from, each of which combines technology instruction with practical application. DReAM Lab is open to everyone but has been designed with aspiring and teaching faculty, aspiring research librarians and aspiring archivists in mind. Register now, and we'll see you June 10-14, 2019!
The pair talks about their English Playbills Project.
The Price Lab's Working Group meets biweekly to imagine generative uses of technology in student work and to sustain a community of curious young scholars.