301 teaches students the fundamentals concepts and methods for digital scholarly editing and publishing. Scholarly editing and publishing involve the close analysis of documents and contextual materials, data modeling, and various modes of enriching data to make it more accessible and meaningful to different users, such as annotation and other markup. In this workshop, students will practice using editorial tools and methods to analyze source documents and to translate those analyses into well-reasoned approaches to the reproduction and enhancement of those sources in digital editions or related formats. This workshop will require preparatory reading, in-class participation, independent research, and the submission of a workshop assignment and reflection as part of each student's submitted final digital portfolio. Open lab hours following the workshops will offer students additional support in completing their assignments, reflections, and portfolios. HMN 30X workshops are designed as basic or introductory and require no previous skills or knowledge. Students must have passed HMN 201 with a grade of C or higher prior to enrolling in this course.