Digital Humanities (DH) can be defined as the use of computational (digital) tools to answer traditional Humanities questions. To get started, visit the Center for Digital Humanities (located in 344 Buttrick), or check out a collection of Vanderbilt resources for Digital Humanities, a Calendar of Vanderbilt DH events, a sample of Digital projects by Vanderbilt faculty and staff
- General Contacts:
There are many specific tools and concepts that are associated with DH. Vanderbilt offers support for the following:
Create digital, searchable editions of texts online.
- TEI (Text Encoding Initiative)
Use video games to assist other learning goals
- Unity 3D
- Felekech Tigabu, Center for Second Language Studies
Create digital maps for use in teaching or research
- ArcGIS (Online)
- Google Earth
- Google MyMaps
Visualize and analyze the linkages between people or events in a network
Use computational tools to analyze and visualize texts
Share files in collaborative projects and find training resources that others have shared about their projects.