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Digital Humanities and Digital Scholarship: Library DH Support and Services

Digital humanities services, tools, and selected bibliography from WSU librarians

Digital Scholarship Working Group

Contact us:


Graham Hukill

Clayton Hayes

Cole Hudson

Damecia Donahue

Alexandra Sarkozy

Services We Provide

Digital Scholarship at WSU Libraries

Digital Scholarship at WSU Libraries offers the following core services to support and partner with practitioners on WSU's campus, and in the surrounding region:

  • Consultations about digital projects, from conception to implementation. While our resources are limited and we can't offer full support of many digital projects, we can talk to you about what resources (computing and otherwise) you will need, where to find them, and possible funding for your project.
  • Talks and workshops on digital scholarship topics offered on a regular basis
  • A research guide with links to digital scholarship books, journals, tools, corpuses, project ideas, and sources of local expertise
  • Information and ideas for incorporating Digital Scholarship into classroom activities, including classroom instruction and support from WSU Librarians
  • Limited technical support for major web publishing platforms like Omeka and WordPress
  • Support for annual digital humanities conference Network Detroit
  • Contacts to community of digital scholarship practitioners in SE Michigan and the greater Detroit area

Email us at to schedule a consultation or to learn more about how we can help. Alternately come to our regular drop-in hours on Friday mornings from 10-11am in Lab B in the Undergraduate Library.

Upcoming Events

Network Detroit 2017 Digital Humanities Conference

Digital Scholarship at WSU Libraries Presents: Justin Schell on Digital Scholarship and Zooniverse

October 31, 10-12 am, Undergraduate Library Community Room

Digital Scholarship at WSU Libraries Presents: Mapping With QGIS Workshop with Alex Hill

November 16, 1-3 pm, Undergraduate Library Lab B