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Digital Humanities

This guide is meant to support Digital Humanities research, scholarship, and teaching at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte.

How the Library Can Help

Reach out to us at atkinsdh-group@uncc.edu for help with your DH projects. The library can help with:

  • Consultations for

    • Idea generation

    • DH in your class and assignment creation

    • Connecting faculty and students with resources, services, and materials

    • Continued project consultation and assistance as needed 

  • Networking assistance

    • Making connections between project leads and potential faculty, staff, or student collaborators

    • Connecting with Charlotte area resources and collaborators

We also have specialized areas that can help in different ways. If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry, we’ll always connect you with other areas that can provide additional support.

Area 49 can help with

  • Assistance determining the technology needed for your project 

  • Learning what technology we have available free for use by faculty and students

  • Help determining the skills needed to complete a project

Subject Librarians can help with

  • Help finding the resources you need to get started

  • Bringing DH into your classes

Special Collections can help with

  • Digital collections available in Goldmine 

  • Digitized materials and metadata that can be provided upon request

  • Specialized help with personal digital archiving and preservation of your project, research, or other data

 

Campus Digital Humanities Discussion Group

Join the campus Digital Humanities Discussion Group!

https://groups.google.com/a/uncc.edu/d/forum/digitalhumanities-group/join

This group serves as an outlet for communication between members of UNC Charlotte that have an interest in digital humanities. Members are encouraged to share readings, professional development opportunities, accomplishments, proposals and questions.

2019 Digital Humanities Forum at UNC Charlotte

Showcase: Faculty and students present DH projects

Faculty and students present their DH projects at the DH Forum Showcase

Photo from DH Forum

Faculty and students present their DH projects at the DH Forum Showcase

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Faculty discussing DH program created at UNC Charlotte

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Student shares DH project resulting from LBST class assignment

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DH Forum participants are provided with a tour of Area 49 in Atkins Library to highlight technologies and spaces available to students and faculty for DH work

Photo from DH Forum

Faculty and students learn about Gaming Lab in Area 49 of Atkins Library

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Faculty and students visit the EZ video studio in Area 49 of Atkins Library

Photo from DH Forum

Faculty present projects incorporating DH into their research

Photo from DH Forum

Faculty present projects incorporating DH into their research

Photo from DH Forum

Faculty present projects incorporating DH into their research

Photo from DH Forum

Faculty present projects incorporating DH into their research

Faculty present projects incorporating DH into their research

Faculty present projects incorporating DH into their research

Faculty present projects incorporating DH into their research

Faculty present projects incorporating DH into their research

Faculty present projects incorporating DH into their research

Faculty present projects incorporating DH into their research

Faculty panel answer questions about their DH research projects

Faculty panel answer questions about their DH research projects

Faculty present ways of incorporating DH into teaching

Faculty present ways of incorporating DH into teaching

Faculty present ways of incorporating DH into teaching

Faculty present ways of incorporating DH into teaching

Faculty present ways of incorporating DH into teaching