At Marshall University, Digital Humanities allows us to explore and deepen the relationship between humanities disciplines and digital tools and technologies. Students develop their technical and critical thinking skills by using, creating, and reflecting on humanities data projects.
A Guide to Digital Humanities
This guide introduces Marshall University faculty and students to digital humanities, including services provided by the Libraries and recommended resources and links.
What Is Digital Humanities?
We take a broad, critical, and inclusive approach to digital humanities, understanding it to be interdisciplinary humanities research, teaching, and learning that can be presented in digital form(s), enabled by digital methods and tools, about digital technology and culture, experimenting with and developing digital technologies.
We offer collaboration services for faculty and students interested in digital forms of research, teaching and publication. These services include:
For more information, or to schedule a consultation, please contact Eryn Roles, Research and Instruction Librarian, Digital Humanities Library Liaison, firstname.lastname@example.org.