Digital for Learning

Most persons are distressed, and many depressed, to learn that essentially the same objections commonly urged today against computers were urged by Plato in the Phaedrus and in the Seventh Letter against writing. Writing, Plato has Socrates say in the Phaedrus, is inhumane pretending to establish outside the mind what in reality can be only in the mind. It is a thing, a manufactured product.

Walter J. Ong S.J.
Orality and Literacy


Using classes in digital humanities to learn new technical skills or to understand how humanists are using new digital tools, methods, and research processes.


Engage students by introducing technology into the classroom. Please let us know if you have requests or suggestions for further teaching content.


Enhancing  research by working with experts in digital technology and sharing your own expertise with other faculty.

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