CHDR has a particular focus on the digital humanities. The resources below are excellent places to start, both for the person who just wants to know how the humanities can be digital, and for the more experienced scholar looking for some specific help on a project. As well, there are documents that discuss the future of the humanities in the digital age.


The center seeks to partner with on-campus, Research Park, and off-campus entities in an effort to promote humanities research, especially with digital technologies.

Office of Instructional Resource's Faculty Media Center and Digital Imaging Processing Laboratory in Classroom I, where faculty have access to Dell PC's and Apple workstations, Nikon slide and film scanners, Kodak microfilm scanners, and a variety of Epson and HP printers. In addition to Sony audio equipment, the center provides training for use of Windows Media, OmniPage Pro, and other encoding software.

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