The Digital Humanities Initiative (DHI) is an emergent network of faculty, students, librarians, and technologists committed to enhancing the use of IT and new media in research and teaching at UW-Madison.
Connecting activities across programs and units, DHI projects include:
College Library Media Studio, enabling collaborative, media-rich learning experiences with a hybrid studio/lab environment and support services
Working Group for Digital Inquiry, exploring and developing quantitative approaches to arts and humanities research
Digital Salon showcasing the digital arts and humanities at UW-Madison
DesignLab, a new digital composition center providing students advanced design consultancy in new media forms, recently funded by the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates
Digital Studies, a new undergraduate certificate program, recently funded by the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates
Faculty Development Seminar in Digital Humanities, examining new media studies and practice, as well as digital inquiry and teaching, while also identifying needs, resourses, and collaborative links
For information about current courses related to the Digital Humanities offered at UW-Madison, check out our Course Depot.
For more information, contact Prof. Jon McKenzie, DHI Coordinator.