Community and Resources at UConn

UConn’s DHMS community is spread across campuses and disciplines. Below are links for further exploration:

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Where to start

DHMS-L – DHMS community mailing list. Contact anke.finger@uconn.edu to subscribe

Scholars’ Collaborative – offers workshops on programs and tools. Contact Jennifer Snow for questions about the schedule or your Digital Humanities project.

Greenhouse Studios

GScreen Shot 2017-03-02 at 10.18.56 AMreenhouse Studios solves the problems and explores the opportunities of scholarship in the “digital age.” A transdisciplinary collective, Greenhouse Studios reframes the practices, pathways and products of scholarly communications through design-based, inquiry-driven, collaboration-first approaches to the creation and expression of knowledge.

Units with DHMS Connections

Department of Digital Media and Design – home of Digital Humanities concentration for BA and MA/MFA students in the School of Fine Arts

DASL – Digital Art Services Lab. A photographic output service bureau

Connecticut Digital Archive

Department of English – Digital Humanities specialists

Department of Communication – Digital Gamesmith Lab; Human-Computer Interaction Lab; Digital and Interactive Communication Effects Lab

Opportunities at the UConn Library

screen-shot-2016-12-05-at-1-29-41-pmConsultations on digital scholarship topics (Jennifer Snow and Michael Young)

Consultations on geospatial related topics such as historical maps, GIS, and location based data (MAGIC, magic@uconn.edu)

Consultations on federal and state data sources such as the U.S. Census Bureau (CT State Data Center, ctsdc@uconn.edu)

Consultations on research data topics such as storage, metadata, archiving, or data management plans (Research Data, researchdata@uconn.edu)

Resources on how to archive and plan your digital projects (Research Data, researchdata@uconn.edu); Workshops on Omeka, Tableau, Pivot, GitHub, OpenRefine