We support projects such as the recovery of histories through digitization projects, computational analysis of (textual) data, and engaging presentation of information.
By providing workshops, trainings, and professional development opportunities, we bring together faculty that strives to foster digital innovations in the classroom.
Using a data informed process, we consult with faculty to assess students´ experiences in their course(s) and provide recommendations to improve outcomes.
DPI facilitates the collaboration between departments and other units in the university to develop interdisciplinary courses and projects like the college theme.
An example of literary cartography, “Mapping Maupassant’s Bel-Ami“ is a collaborative project developed in the advanced undergraduate course, FR453Y: La Belle Epoque: Société et Culture en France de 1800 à 1914.
Learn more about Mapping Maupassant’s Bel-Ami