Digital Humanities Course Skills and Interest Survey

This survey will help us to shape Rice's HURC 604 so it meets the needs of students. Some questions are adapted from Jeff McClurken's skills survey. (See http://mcclurken.org/thatcamp-aha-2012-teaching-digital-history/)
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    Blogging (e.g. WordPress)
    Video editing (e.g. iMovie, Premiere)
    Audio editing (e.g. Garageband, Audacity)
    Programming (e.g. Python)
    Text analysis (e.g. Voyant)
    Statistics (e.g. R, SPSS)
    GIS (e.g. ArcGIS)
    Web development (e.g. HTML, CSS)
    Google Docs
    Twitter
    Digital collections (e.g. Omeka, DSpace)
    RSS reader (e.g. Feedly)
    Bibliographic tools (e.g. Zotero, EndNote)
    Wikis (e.g. editing Wikipedia)
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    scholarly blogging
    developing digital collections
    scholarly communications/ publishing
    text encoding
    text analysis/ text mining
    information visualization
    social network analysis
    3D modeling
    sound studies
    cultural theory
    geospatial humanities
    making (3D printing, laser cutting, etc.)
    developing digital research workflows
    the history of digital humanities
    best practices in collaboration
    project management
    grant writing
    gaming/ interactive design
    image-based computing
    jobs in digital humanities
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    Finding, evaluating and using digital information
    Identifying relevant digital research tools
    Planning projects
    Collaborating with others
    Developing digital media
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