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Digital Humanities LibGuide: Course Syllabus

The resources prepares students to develop a broad understanding of the theories, concepts, debates and impacts of digital culture.

This course will examine both theoretical and practical aspects of digital media and communication. Through real-life examples and case studies focusing on the Middle East, students will explore the impact of user-generated content and social media, the role of digital cultures in political transformations, the effect of mass digitization, and challenges in digital publishing. 

Below is list of links and books  required for the course

Literature in the Digital Age: Writing, Editing, Producing, Sharing, Storing, AnalyzingFirat Oruc

Weekly Schedule of Course Topics

Course Orientation

Organizations and Digital Media