Our staff contribute to outreach and programming (e.g., interest groups and events, such as the Exploring Digital Humanities series) that engage faculty and students and in new forms of scholarship, offer workshops and other forms of instruction on digital tools and methodologies, and collaborate on teaching courses related to digital scholarship. Experts are available to consult with researchers on initial project development and recommend tools and methods that will help them best achieve their research and teaching goals, including:

  • Social network analysis
  • Geospatial analysis
  • Text and data mining
  • Data visualization
  • Digital exhibits
  • Digital project management

Join us during CRDDS Interdisciplinary Consult Hours on Tuesdays, 12-1pm in Norlin E206 for drop-in consultations and communal working space for digital scholarship research, from coding to writing to exchanging ideas.