supporting graduate student research
and digital work in the humanities
The Digital Writing and Research Lab is evolving to better serve our communities, disciplines, and most importantly, our graduate students. With goals of production, publication, and professional development, we operate as a practicum, in which students, faculty, and staff collaborate on projects that contribute to scholarly and popular conversations about digital literacies, cultures, and practices.
During Fall 2022, Prof. S. Scott Graham asked students in Rhetoric and Algorithms (RHE 330C) to respond to a proposal writing assignment using artificial intelligence (AI) software. Experienced first year writing instructors in the DWRL were asked to evaluate the results. Click the link to get more information on the project.