Digital Technology & Culture 101
Fall 2016, MWF, Bryan 406


Instructor:                   David Squires
Office:                           Avery 321
E-Mail:                         david.squires@wsu.edu
Office Hours:              MWF: 11am to noon and by appointment



Course Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Perform humanistic inquiry in combination with computational methods
  • Assess information and cite sources
  • Engage in collaborative and project-based learning
  • Practice creative design and analysis of digital media



Required Materials


  • Course readings available through links on Schedule and on Blackboard Learn


  • Access to a computer and the internet
  • Scalar, Google and Poetry Genius accounts
  • Writing instrument appropriate for in-class writing
  • Flash drive or backup storage for digital files


Note: Save all the work you do during the semester. You can clear your files in January. Until then, you never know what may prove to be useful. Periodically save different versions of your work so that you have a record of its process.