The Digital Studies Center will host a free event on Tuesday, December 12th, as students in the digital studies program present their capstone projects and portfolios.  A variety of projects will be shared, such as a short film, a Twitter bot, a comparative study of digital storytelling tools, a book the explores the relationship between code and poetry, a network analysis of the Writing and Design Lab, and a study of glitch culture.

This event begins at 12:45 p.m. in the Digital Studies Lab, located in the Fine Arts Building, Room 213.  All are welcome.  Pizza will be served.

Questions may be directed to Dr. James Brown, Jr., Director of the Digital Studies Center and Associate Professor of English