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Welcome to the guide to Digital Humanities and Digital Scholarship! In this guide, you will find:
- How the library can help you with any phase of your digital humanities project. We provide consultations on all project phases from technology selection to data management to publication. We also advise on incorporating digital scholarship in the classroom, and are happy to do in-class instruction for popular DH software and tools
- A selection of tools for doing digital humanities work, examples of DH projects for inspiration and understanding, and links to resources for learning more
- Books, journals, and web sources for learning more about digital humanities and digital scholarship practices and debates
- Where to find data for DH projects, and information about managing the data you've got, and
- Information about the larger DH community at Wayne State University and Southeast Michigan
Contact us- We can help!
If you would like a one-on-one consultation about a project (or potential project), DH technology, support resources available in the library, WSU and great SE Michigan DH community, or just to bounce around ideas/find inspiration, call or send an email to knowledgeable, friendly WSU Librarians:
- Alexandra Sarkozy, Liaison Librarian, 313-577-8672, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Damecia Donahue, Immersive Tech Librarian (The Bunker and The Vault), 313-577-5811, email@example.com
We are happy to help, and look forward to hearing from you!