Other digital humanities-related resources at Washington University in St. Louis.
The Humanities Digital Workshop provides a structure for developing long-term faculty digital projects in Arts & Sciences that require or benefit from data collection, computational analysis, or electronic publication. If you’re a Washington University student looking for ways to participate, see the HDW fellowships page.
A new graduate certificate in computational approaches to the humanities. The curriculum addresses data management, statistics, text analysis, geospatial analysis, digital prosopography, and data visualization and information design. The certificate entails experience in digital project work, and features appreciable cross-disciplinary engagement.
The Digital Gateway site hosts projects developed in the libraries and in partnership with faculty outside the libraries, and links to digital projects across the University. Scholarly Publishing manages the site and offers services for assisting faculty and students with digital projects, digital preservation, and making the scholarship of the University available open access.
The Data & GIS Services (DGS) provides support to faculty and students whose research incorporates research data or spatial problems, addressing data related needs including access, storage, management, visualization, preservation, and application development, as well as offering expertise in spatial thinking, GIS, geospatial data discovery and creation, analysis, visualization, modeling, 3D visualization, scanning and printing.