Promotes and supports digital research and teaching across all arts and humanities disciplines, acting as a community-based advisory force, and supporting excellence in research, publication, collaboration and training.
An informal association of educational and cultural institutions in New England committed to the collaborative development of teaching, learning, and scholarship in the digital humanities and computational social sciences.
Serves as an arena for the discussion of issues germane to cross-disciplinary activity in the humanities and as a network for the circulation of information and best practices related to the organizational and management dimensions of humanities centers and institutes.
A research and instructional facility of the Columbia University Libraries designed to help Columbia faculty and students incorporate computer-based textual, bibliographic, image, and video information into their research, study, and teaching.
Based at the University of Maryland College of Arts and Humanities, the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) is a leading digital humanities center that pursues disciplinary innovation and institutional transformation through applied research, public programming, and educational opportunities.
Uses and critiques digital tools and methods to create new knowledge in cross-disciplinary humanistic inquiry while exploring places, global spaces, texts, textual artefacts, data visualization, digital curation, preservation and display, linked data and interoperability, and sustainability.
Focuses on the creation, analysis, and dissemination of DH knowledge characterized by web-based media forms, massive data archiving, social networking, mapping technologies, visualization environments, and cloud computing.
Works in close partnership with the Penn Libraries and Penn Museum of Archeology and Anthropology to help train faculty and students in the latest digital tools and methods, encourage development of new computing-intensive humanities courses, and promote collaborative faculty-student experiments and research projects.
A cross-departmental group in the Brown University Library, supports digital scholarship for the Brown community and beyond by supporting scholarly and academic activities that are conducted or enhanced through the use of digital technology, or that engage with its effects.
The Center provides a framework of research support for digital scholarship that optimizes library/researcher resource sharing and provisions customized and scalable IT infrastructure to support faculty and graduate student research projects in digital humanities/digital scholarship.
Offers technical support and consulting services for digital scholarship projects, such as programming, data management, and systems administration; promotes and develops interdisciplinary digital scholarship networks by providing physical meeting and work spaces; promotes and disseminates McMaster University e-research through archival and access initiatives that interface with global e-research partners.
Subscribing to a show more, tell less approach where digital scholarship–particularly the digital humanities–is concerned, the Studio embraces scholarly creativity and encourages interdisciplinary research and multiplatform circulation.