The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities has recently finished the deployment of a computer in the GIS & Data Lab of Watson Library, room 425. The workstation is equipped with an array of tools for Digital Humanities research and work, including visualization, analytic, programming and publishing software, as well as a collection of bookmarks to online DH tools and resources. The current list of software and links hosted on the machine can be viewed on the Watson 425 Workstation page on the IDRH website. Requests for assistance or consultations, or for new software acquisition can be directed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Funding: New Digital Humanities Advancement Grant (DHAG) Guidelines
- Job: Digital Archivist and Institutional Repository Librarian, WPI
- Job: Digital Research Fellow, Folger Shakespeare Library
- Announcement: Major Milestones for Omeka (Omeka S 1.0 Release)
- Announcement: Decolonizing Digital Humanities – A Discussion and Zotero Workshop
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