The Sundial

The emergence of coding in English classes at CSUN

Medieval English texts like this are now easier to analyze thanks to CSUN English Professor Scott Kleinman's software program Lykos, which he created himself. Kleinman believes learning digital skills like coding gives students an edge in the workplace. Photo credit: Pilar De Haro

Pilar De Haro

August 29, 2015

Within CSUN's digital archives are documents filled with handwritten Medieval calligraphy. Students in CSUN Professor Scott Kleinman’s digital humanities class use these preserved files to interpret classical literature into trends. But these English majors are taking it a step further and encod...

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