Use this guide to learn more about key digital humanities concepts, methods, and resources at Yale.
If you want advice at any stage of a digital humanities project, you can book a consultation with staff at the DHLab.
"Digital Humanities" has many definitions. These can include the use of technology to support humanities projects, the use of humanities skills and lenses to analyze technology subjects, and the use by anyone in any discipline of methods often used by digital humanists.
This guide is non-exhaustive, and intended to help with some frequently used techniques, concepts, and tools. If you need help with your project and aren't sure if it counts as digital humanities, reach out—we can always pass you along to our library colleagues if they're better positioned to help.
No matter your digital humanities project, there are a few things to keep in mind. These include:
Goal or Purpose
Audience or Users
Try our fun visualizer to get a jump start on matching your goals to tools and techniques:
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