Public scholarship is a broad concept that introduces a wide variety of research to the world outside of academia with the goal--particularly in the digital humanities--of promoting the free exchange of high-quality information and digital sources available in the public domain. Building on skill sets (e.g., data visualization, literary analysis, mapping) learned in earlier coursework, this course is designed to allow students to dive into a project by guiding them through the creation of digital scholarship with which the public can engage. Contributing to this online platform, students will be able to showcase their work as well as contribute to public scholarly conversations.