This course is designed to expose the student of history to the digital world (the world of online resources and communication) in an academic context. It examines the theoretical and practical elemments of the expressions of history online and the potential and shortcomings of such resources. In this hands-on exploration of the digital world’s continuous impact on the humanities, students are introduced to the major themes, issues and developments surrounding the research, writing, assessment and presentation of history online. Students will learn about the history of the internet and explore its evolving relationship with the humanities and history. By the end of the course they will understand how to effectively conduct research, assess and write history online, gain information about interactive academic tools (such as interactive history maps, timelines, games and the 3D virtual world) and possess practical knowledge about the basics of developing a Caribbean history webpage.