Elena Pierazzo, "Introduction to Digital Humanities," Undergraduate, King's College London
This introductory undergraduate class gives students a brief account of the nature of learning, publishing, and researching with digital artifacts.
undergraduate  sstutsmansyllabi  2011  DigitalHumanities  VisualArtsDept  MarkUpLanguage  AlternativeScholarship  textanalysis  visualization  Database  DigitalArt  resources 
april 2013
Mark Sample, "Textual Media," Undergraduate, George Mason University
This class questions definitions of text and media in the digital age. It teaches students how to interact with and learn from digital texts and other textual media.
undergraduate  EnglishDept  NewMedia  sstutsmansyllabi  WhatIsNewMedia?  2008  NKatherineHayles  MarieLaureRyan  StuartMoulthrop  Narrative  ChooseYourOwnAdventure  virtualreality  Interactivity  DennisJerz  NickMontfort  WhatisReading?  ScottMcCloud  comics  bodies  Queneau  poetry  database  MobileComputing 
april 2013
Shawn Graham, "Digital History," Graduate, Carleton University
In this graduate-level history course, Graham has his students question what is history in the digital age and how can digital tools help the way we study and understand history.
sstutsmansyllabi  graduate  DigitalHumanities  2011  Hacker  datamining  textanalysis  MobileComputing  gaming  InformationStructures  Remix  tools  OpenSource  JamesGleick  FatherBusa  StephenRamsey  HistoryDept 
april 2013
Fred Gibbs, "Programming for Historians," Graduate, George Mason University
Less theoretically-inclined, this class is tool-intensive. It teaches history students a wide range of digital tools to assist them in their projects with approximately a week devoted to each tool.
2013  graduate  DigitalHumanities  sstutsmansyllabi  html  MarkUpLanguage  ProgrammingLanguage  Database  blogging  webscraping  API  maps  datamining  tools  topicmodeling  visualization  HistoryDept 
april 2013
Ryan Cordell, "Technology of Texts," Undergraduate, Northeastern University
This undergraduate class is structured by questions of: what is the book? what is text? how does the digital change this? in what ways does it remain the same? It also briefly teaches digital tools that students can use to help make sense of the literary texts they might encounter.
sstutsmansyllabi  undergraduate  2012  EnglishDept  NewMedia  AlanLiu  Plato  TimCarmody  JohnWard  MarshallMcLuhan  WhatIsTheBook?  tools  WalterOng  Bede  Chaucer  html  StephenFry  PeterStallybrass  ElizabethEisenstein  TEI  WilliamBlake  illuminatedprinting  SocialNetworking  identity  DavidHenkin  Emily  Dickinson  MereditchMcGill  NathanielHarthorne  JamesGleick  Thoreau  Art  WalterBenjamin  StephenRamsey  JorgeLuisBorges  FrancoMoretti  TSEliot  hypertext  historyofthebook 
april 2013
Jim Brown, "Literature and Computer Programming," Undergraduate, University of Wisconsin-Madison
This class works on defining the hacker and/or programmer as part of a subculture, one whose story must be investigated and told fairly.
2006  undergraduate  sstutsmansyllabi  DigitalHumanities  EnglishDept  HariKunzru  WarGames  Hebdige  subculture  WilliamGibson  DouglasCoupalnd  microserfs  MySpace  hacker 
april 2013
Jim Brown, "Digital Rhetorics", Graduate, University of Wisconsin-Madison
This course explores alternate means of rhetorical expression, specifically comics and videogames. In studying these spaces, the students will produce their own rhetorical artifacts.
DigitalHumanities  EnglishDept  graduate  sstutsmansyllabi  comics  gaming  SharonCrowley  Rhetoric  IanBogost  ScottMcCloud  2012 
april 2013
Jim Brown, "Writing and Coding: Composition, Computation, and New Media Studies," Undergraduate, University of Wisconsin-Madison
This courses teaches undergraduates what it means to write with different modes of expression, namely games and algorithm. They learn to author interactive fictions as well as explore the rhetoric of video games.
sstutsmansyllabi  NewMedia  DigitalHumanities  EnglishDept  2012  composition  computerscience  literacy  gaming  Interactivity  IanBogost  DanielHills  Matsumoto  CathyDavidson 
april 2013
Matthew Wilkens, "Digital Humanities," Graduate, Notre Dame
This course focuses on new methods and new objects in cultural and literary study and ways to use tools to make arguments. It opens with media theory but spends most of the course using tools to make arguments on large bodies of text.
graduate  DigitalHumanities  sstutsmansyllabi  2012  AlexGalloway  FrancoMoretti  StephenRamsey  MatthewKirschenbaum  MarshallMcLuhan  NetworkTheory  quantitativemethods  SocialNetworking  tools  GoogleNgram  DanCohen  TanyaClement  JeromeMcGann  datamining  hypertext  Database  LevManovich  topicmodeling  TedUnderwood  visualization  MatthewJockers  EnglishDept  MatthewGold 
april 2013
Annette Vee, "Literacy and Technology," Graduate, University of Pittsburgh
This graduate class explores what it means to read and write in a digital age and the rhetorical possibilities of various new media. It encourages students to use new tools to present their ideas.
graduate  DigitalHumanities  2012  sstutsmansyllabi  EnglishDept  SeyMourPapert  ChristinaHaas  StuartSelber  LisaGitelman  literacy  engagement  historyofthebook  printingpress  ElizabethEisenstein  DavidVincent  NewMedia  visualization  composition  Rhetoric  MatthewKirschenbaum  tools  EspenAarseth  WhatisReading?  NKatherineHayles 
april 2013
William J. Turkel, "Digital History," Graduate, University of Western Ontario
This class briefly discusses many topics such as different digital tools, different visualize or create aural outputs of data and theorizes questions about inclusion, copyright, and censorship.
2012  graduate  sstutsmansyllabi  HistoryDept  DigitalHumanities  DanCohen  blogging  RoyRosenzwig  MarkUpLanguage  AllenRenear  JulieMeloni  SocialNetworking  Learning  engagement  Weitz  Visser  modeling  3d  inclusion  DigitalDivide  Access  BethanyNowviskie  Lepore  Posner  visualization  copyright  censorship  NetNeutrality  Interactivity  sound  oralhistory  gaming 
april 2013
S. Sinclair, "Reading Digital Texts," Graduate, McGill University
This course focuses on examining texts (and building a corpus to examine) with digital. It teaches programing and topic modeling.
2012  DigitalHumanities  sstutsmansyllabi  graduate  LangLitCultureDept  MatthewJockers  tools  closereading  archive  topicmodeling  datamining  visualization 
april 2013
Anouk Lang, "Introduction to Digital Humanities," Undergraduate, University of Strathclyde
This course gives an introduction to the digital humanities by evaluating what that term means, what tools count as digital humanities tools, what is the usefulness of those tools, etc. It promotes itself as a "hands-on" course.
2012  EnglishDept  DigitalHumanities  sstutsmansyllabi  undergraduate  WhatIsDigitalHumanities?  MarcPerry  PatriciaCohen  SusanHockney  MatthewKirschenbaum  ChrisForster  SocialNetworking  GoogleNgram  datamining  GregoryCrane  TedUnderwood  JeanBaptisteMichelEtAl  distantreading  FrancoMoretti  maps  DavidBodenhamer  NicholasCarr  literacy  tools  hypertext  RobertDarnton 
april 2013
Cindy Royal, "Issues in New Media," Texas State University, Graduate
This graduate course traces what it means to write and engage in a digital era, especially in correlation to social media, blogging, and alternate forms of journalism. It has multiple units exploring who owns content online and the way to prepare students for jobs in the contemporary and future landscape.
NewMedia  graduate  sstutsmansyllabi  Communication&JournalismDept  Hacker  VannevarBush  MarshallMcLuhan  Medium  Interactivity  news  SherryTurkle  HenryJenkins  convergence  HowardRheingold  SearchEngines  SocialNetworking  gaming  LawrenceLessig  copyright  NetNeutrality  Remix  Journalism  blogging  curriculum  2012 
march 2013
Rita Raley, "Bookwork after New Media," Graduate, UC Santa Barbara
This course, which blends new media, digital humanities, and history of the book, primarily addresses the question of: what is the book in relation to new media and our contemporary moment? How does our current levels of attention and expectations align with various media, specifically the book?
NewMedia  sstutsmansyllabi  graduate  EnglishDept  Interactivity  ArtistBooks  JessicaPressman  JuliaPanko  NKatherineHayles  JohannaDrucker  WhatIsTheBook?  SteveTomasula  MarkDanielewski  GarrettStewart  AlanLiu  remediation  LeahPrice  LisaGitelman  BonnieMak  AlbertoManguel  Screen  JosephEsposito  RobertMoor  CraigMod  CaitlinFisher  Attention  CathyDavidson  WilliamBogard  JonathanCrary  NetworkedBooks  GaryHall  KathleenFitzpatrick  2012 
march 2013
Kevin Michael Foster, "Black Studies in the Age of New Media," Undergraduate, University of Texas at Austin
This class primarily concerns itself with the study of identity, privacy, and ethics in relation to new media, audience participation, and social networking.
AfricanStudiesDept  sstutsmansyllabi  Foster  undergraduate  Communities  identity  SocialNetworking  audience  ParticipatoryCulture  DigitalDivide  CrowdSourcing  2012  NewMedia 
march 2013
Stephanie Bluestein, "Seminar in New Media," Graduate, California State University
This class briefly addresses ethical questions concerning audience participation in media and news and spends a great deal of time learning how to use new media tools in relation to online journalism.
2012  graduate  Communication&JournalismDept  tools  audience  ethics  multimedia  mashup  news  blogging  SocialNetworking  consumers  MobileComputing  NewMedia  NewMediaForms  Journalism  JamesFaust  sstutsmansyllabi 
march 2013
Kathy Gill, "Basic Concepts of New Media," Undergraduate, University of Washington
This course traces the history and development of Web 2.0 and discusses how to evaluate online information, how to use online information, and who has access to online information.
NewMedia  Communication&JournalismDept  undergraduate  2006  Bolter&Grusin  web2.0  InternetOrigins  EvaluatingInformation  SocialNetworking  news  activism  DigitalDivide  sstutsmansyllabi 
february 2013
Lance Weiler, "New Media Producing: Building StoryWorlds," Undergraduate, Columbia University
In this course, Weiler focuses on teaching and practicing l tools that will help students create transmedia or cross-media stories. He extends this course online at http://buildingstoryworlds.tumblr.com/about.
sstutsmansyllabi  2012  NewMedia  LanceWeiler  immersion  OpenSource  transmedia  storytelling  business  failure  PeterSims  HenryJenkins  undergraduate 
february 2013
Lev Manovich, "Theories of New Media," Graduate, UCSD
In this graduate course, Manovich links digital media (differentiating it from new media) to cinema and digital cinema. He begins with the origins of the internet and questioning what is new media and ends with ideas of collective intelligence and identity online.
graduate  VisualArtsDept  1998  InternetOrigins  BillNichols  AlexGalloway  WhatIsNewMedia?  cybernetics  automation  InformationStructures  Turig  interface  Kittler  film  Licklider  LevManovich  Interactivity  virtuality  immersion  simulation  JeanBaudrillard  DigitalCinema  CollectiveIntelligence  PierreLevy  MarshallMcLuhan  AnnFriedberg  DzigaVertov  Database  ChrisMarker  SherryTurkle  identity  sstutsmansyllabi  VannevarBush  NewMedia  NKatherineHayles 
february 2013
Mushon Zer-Aviv, "Topics in Digital Media," Graduate, New York University
This course begins with an exploration of new media tools but quickly moves to discussing more theoretical based questions such as privacy, copyright, the digital divide, the demise of the university, and transhumanism.
NewMedia  graduate  2009  Communication&JournalismDept  travelogue  tools  blogging  Journalism  news  identity  property  panopticon  CoryDoctorow  datamining  privacy  SocialNetworking  HenryJenkins  LawrenceLessig  OpenSource  TheCommons  Wikis  ideology  interface  simulation  NetworkTheory  transhumanism  biology  education  DigitalDivide  sstutsmansyllabi 
february 2013
Curt Bonk, "The Web 2.0 and Participatory e-Learning," Graduate, Indiana University
In this course, Bonk focuses on how interactivity and a participatory culture changes and affects learning and teaching. He focuses on the importance of free content and different new media tools such as wikis, blogs, podcasts, etc.
2008  Learning  ParticipatoryCulture  Web2.0  SocialNetworking  OpenSource  CollaborativeWriting  Interactivity  blogging  podcast  gaming  UbiquitousComputing  Seaman&Allen  BlendedLearning  ChrisAndersen  HenryJenkins  EducationDept  Graduate  sstutsmansyllabi  NewMedia  literacy 
february 2013
Germaine Halegoua, "New Media Theory & Practice," Undergraduate, University of Kansas
In this course, Halegoua begins with brief histories of the Internet and moves to discussing politics (including the digital divide and issues of copyright and net neutrality). She teaches remediation, convergence culture, and the futures of computing.
labor  software  interface  identity  community  viral  privacy  democracy  activism  copyright  gaming  remediation  convergence  everyware  undergraduate  WhatIsNewMedia?  InternetOrigins  DotComBoom  web2.0  SocialNetworking  NetNeutrality  DigitalDivide  ParticipatoryCulture  UbiquitousComputing  Film&MediaStudiesDept  HenryJenkins  LawrenceLessig  Bolter&Grusin  LevManovich  NewMedia  2011  sstutsmansyllabi  DanahBoyd  PaulD.Miller 
february 2013
Lev Manovich, "The Langauge of New Media," Undergraduate, UCSD
In this course, Manovich steps his class through definitions of new media, how to create new media, the history of digital cinema, and the forms of new media.
sstutsmansyllabi  LevManovich  undergraduate  WhatIsNewMedia?  DigitalCinema  Database  NewMediaForms  NewMedia  CreatingNewMedia  nd  VisualArtsDept 
february 2013
Kathi Inman Berens, "Cultures of New Media," Undergraduate, USC
This course focuses on theoretical issues surrounding new media, specifically copyright debates as well as debates concerning access. There is a heavy focus on transmedia branding and the corporatization of participation.
NewMedia  undergraduate  Communication&JournalismDept  2013  ParticipatoryCulture  HenryJenkins  SocialNetworking  StacyWood  Database  transmedia  corporations  copyright  fairuse  Remix  SpreadableMedia  LawrenceLessig  DigitalDivide  interface  gaming  gender  sstutsmansyllabi  CoryDoctorow 
february 2013
Tarleton Gillespie, "New Media and Society," Undergraduate, Cornell University
This course discusses changing patterns of consumption and ways in which users are exploited. It explores questions of governance, net neutrality, democracy, the digital divide, collaborative writing, and ends discussing privacy. Time is spent exploring youtube, wikipedia, google.
NewMedia  undergraduate  2010  Communication&JournalismDept  web2.0  corporations  industries  ParticipatoryCulture  exploitation  JeanBaudrillard  HenryJenkins  SocialNetworking  business  ChrisAndersen  DigitalDivide  LawrenceLessig  NetNeutrality  governance  activism  Journalism  CollaborativeWriting  blogging  Wikis  remediation  privacy  sstutsmansyllabi  DanahBoyd 
february 2013
Jay Gabler, "New Media and the Written Word," Undergraduate, Macalester College
This course focuses on many different theoretical frameworks to studying new media: sociological, cultural, psychological, economical, etc. and then moves to exploring community building, storytelling, and the potentials on new media.
NewMedia  undergraduate  2010  MediaCulturalStudiesDept  InternetOrigins  PierreBourdieu  culture  psychology  sociology  anthropological  business  GeorgeLandow  hypertext  storytelling  poetry  sstutsmansyllabi  community  multimedia  humor 
february 2013
Jay Lemke, "Popular Culture and New Media Literacies," Graduate, University of Michigan
In this education course, Lemke leads his class through changes in literacy in correlation to popular culture and new media, including analyzing topics such as identity, transmedia franchising, and gaming.
graduate  sstutsmansyllabi  EducationDept  2007  multimedia  hypermodality  PopularCulture  HenryJenkins  Interactivity  ParticipatoryCulture  convergence  CollectiveIntelligence  SocialNetworking  identity  blogging  DanahBoyd  gaming  fans  JamesPaulGee  Wikis  MobileComputing  JayLemke  transmedia  business  Learning  Lankshear&Knobel  NewMedia  literacy 
february 2013
Jennifer Bay, "New Media," Graduate, Purdue University
In this course, Bay takes an approach that blends theoretical approaches to new media (discussing politics of participation, activism, and approaching issues of copyright) with practical approaches (discussing how to tag and order the web, how to use flash, the specificity of blogs, audioblogs, podcasts).
2005  graduate  Hansen  LawrenceLessig  LevManovich  PaulD.Miller  Shaviro  Wysocki  MarshallMcLuhan  Bolter&Grusin  WalterBenjamin  GillesDeleuze  podcast  audioblog  copyright  SocialNetworking  blogging  activism  tagging  remediation  sstutsmansyllabi  EnglishDept  DanahBoyd  NewMedia  NKatherineHayles 
february 2013
Henry Jenkins, "New Media Literacies," Undergraduate, USC
In this course, Jenksins explores the changing landscape of learning in a new media environment and convergence culture. He discusses learning in games, social networking sites, as well as other new media.
2009  USC  HenryJenkins  PeterLyman  CoryDoctorow  Palfrey&Gasser  Lankshear&Knobel  S.Watkins  ParticipatoryCulture  JamesPaulGee  gaming  Performance&Play  convergence  transmedia  CollectiveIntelligence  SocialNetworking  simulation  undergraduate  sstutsmansyllabi  ethics  age  Communication&JournalismDept  DanahBoyd  NewMedia 
february 2013
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