The Digital Humanities (DH) Proficiency Badge documents mastery of fundamental Digital Humanities skills and participation as a scholarly contributor in a major faculty DH research project. The DH badge is earned after successful completion of two- 3 hour courses: HUM 501 "Introduction to the Digital Humanities" and HUM 502 "Digital Humanities Practicum."
Enhanced ability to apply computational tools to humanities analysis and interpretation; the ability to analyze and explain methodological approaches behind Digital Humanities scholarship; and the ability to engage with and contribute to current theoretical debates in Digital Humanities.
Expertise in working with and innovating alongside collaborative, interdisciplinary teams; mastery of new investigative methods and tools to advance and expand existing area(s) of specialization; ability to direct non-experts to key digital methodologies and tools to advance learning and engage diverse audiences through digital humanities technologies.
Mastery of skills in combining quantitative and qualitative research to advance a scholarly argument; demonstrated ability to adapt to technological advances in field(s) of expertise.
Mastery of data analysis, visualization, and exhibit software, tools, and technology appropriate for conveying digital humanities content.