Fall 2023

I 310C Introduction to Cultural Heritage Informatics

Unique ID: 28340


05:00 PM - 06:30 PM  PAR 208

*Instructor TBD. Meeting times subject to change depending on instructor availability.

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In Person


In this class, students will first learn some fundamentals of cultural heritage informatics and be introduced to the major kinds of institutions in this space: galleries, libraries, archives, and museums. Students will also see case studies of how fundamental concepts like access or metadata get used in contemporary examples.


Informatics 301.


Restricted to undergraduate Informatics majors through registration period 1. Informatics minors may add classes and join waitlists beginning in period 2. Outside students will be permitted to join our waitlists beginning with period 3.