Community and Resources at UConn

connected community

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

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

Greenhouse Studios

 

Greenhouse 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.

 

Digital scholarship

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

Consultations 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