Vassily Kandinsky, c. 1913
Copyright Resources - links to general information about copyright
Companion to Digital Humanities - a collection of essays about the digital humanities as a discipline and its relationship to traditional humanities scholarship
Digital Humanitites Quarterly - an open access, peer reviewed journal
Writing about Art - explains different approaches to analyzing works of art
Library Class Dates & Topics
- Arts Research in the Digital Age
- Researching a Work of Art - Lori Ricigliano
- Visible & Invisible Web, Laura Schick & Rebecca Kuglitsch
Library Session Objectives
- Students will manage information skillfully and effectively in a variety of contexts.
- Students will develop and use successful strategies for locating arts information.
- Students will evaluate information critically and competently.
- Students will collaborate successfully with others to pursue and create digital products.
- All students are expected to attend class regularly and be on time.
- Strive to be a respectful listener and courteous discussant during student presentations, class discussions, and group work. Discussion participation is more than just talking in class—it also involves listening and thoughtfully responding.
- Plagiarism (using the words or ideas of others and failing to acknowledge their contribution) will not be tolerated and may result in a failing grade.
- Students are expected to prepare for each class session. Assigned reading and viewing should be completed by the dates specified. No late work will be accepted without prior consent.
- Required software should be installed before class.
- Turn off cell-phones and all other electronic devices before entering the classroom. Just as you would not talk on your cell phone during class, texting is also rude and inappropriate behavior.