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Social Media Data Analytics | Spring 2019 Syllabus

Course Description: This class will help you develop data mining and social media analysis skills using Python 3. It will also ask you to think critically about the ethical use of social media data. This is a hands-on, interdisciplinary data analytics class for those who have at least a casual familiarity with Python. If you haven’t taken a course on Python, you will want to complete “Learn Py...
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Power and Authority on the Early American Frontier: Explorations with Text Analysis | Fall 2019 Syllabus

Course Description: This is an upper division Digital Humanities course that teaches text analysis, employing both user friendly tools and Python. We apply these techniques to study the history of Native- and Euro- American interactions in the present-day Midwest between 1776 and 1820. What did the Native American communities think, feel, and do in response to Euro-American incursion and ...
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DH 150 Winter 2019 Syllabus

Power and Authority on the Early American Frontier: Explorations with Text Analysis   Instructor: Dr. Ashley Sanders Garcia (Prof. Garcia) Meeting Times: Tuesday & Thursday, 9:00-10:50am | Winter 2019 Location: Rolfe Hall Learning Lab (Rolfe 2118) Office Hours: Tuesdays 2:00-4:00 & Wednesdays 9:00-11:00 (323 Royce) Course Description: What did the Native American communities...
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DH 101 Fall 2018 Syllabus

DH 101: Introduction to Digital Humanities Instructor: Dr. Ashley Sanders Garcia (Prof. Garcia) Office Location: Royce 323 Office Hours: Tuesdays 2:00-4:00pm | Wednesdays 9:00-11:00am Email: asandersgarcia[at]g[dot]ucla[dot]edu TAs: Dustin O’Hara | Craig Messner Course Website:          https://tinyurl.com/F18-DH101   Course Des...
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From Text to Insight: A Graduate “Intro to DH” Summer 2018 Course

Course Description: What is DH and what does it add to our scholarship? This course answers these questions and provides students with an opportunity to learn and apply various digital research methods to their own research. Through frequent hands-on workshops, students will acquire transferable digital skills in the command line, cleaning and structuring data, creating visualizations, and analyzi...
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DGHM 150: DH Studio (Fall 2017)

Text analysis of Native American-United States treaties between 1783 and 1795
Claremont McKenna College DGHM 150: DH Studio Fall 2017 Course Instructor: Dr. Ashley Sanders Garcia Ashley.Sanders@cmc.edu Email is the best way to reach me. Phone/Skype Hours: By appointment Office Hours: Wednesday 12:30-2:30   Ashley Sanders Garcia holds a Ph.D. in History with a specialization in Digital Humanities from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Science in M...
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Text Analysis for Effective Humanities Research in the Digital Age

Claremont Graduate University Text Analysis for Effective Research in the Digital Age Fall 2017 Course Instructor: Dr. Ashley Sanders   Ashley.Sanders@cgu.edu O: 909.607.0894  C: 424.256.5960 Email is the best way to reach me. Phone/Skype Hours: By appointment Office Hours: Monday 10:00-12:00   Ashley Sanders holds a Ph.D. in History with a specialization in Digital Humanities from...
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Course Materials for “Intro to DH”

Week 1: Basic Text Analysis Workshop: Week 2: Data for Humanists (& Social Scientists): Week 2: Data Visualization for Humanists Workshop Register & prepare for the workshop: Download the 14-day free trial version of Tableau Download the workshop data (Excel files): Authorized French Workers to Algeria Indiana Population by County-1830 Tables-Population Statistics...
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Intro to DH Short Course

Intro to DH Syllabus Spring 2017 Dr. Ashley Sanders, Director of the Digital Research Studio The Claremont Colleges This six-week course provides an overview of what DH is and how it can enhance your research and teaching. Each week we will read several articles or book chapters, explore digital projects, and get our hands dirty as we learn how to use digital tools. Our discussions will interroga...
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DH Research Methods in Settler Colonial Studies: Syllabus

Claremont Graduate University New Worlds for All: Digital Humanities Research Methods in Settler Colonial Studies Fall 2016 Course Instructor:    Dr. Ashley Sanders Ashley.Sanders@cgu.edu O: 909.607.0894  C: 424.256.5960 Email is the best way to reach me. Phone/Skype Hours: By appointment Office Hours: Optional Labs on most Fridays (See schedule below) Ashley Sanders holds a Ph.D....
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