Organizations Supporting DH at Yale
Campus Community Technologies
Campus Community Technologies (CCT), a unit of Information Technology Services, works with the Yale University community to strengthen and facilitate technology services across campus. CCT provides technology leadership to faculty, staff and students to support and expand learning, teaching, and research initiatives. CCT delivers these services through a variety of ways, including student and academic support, web technology services, a centralized support system, content management services, user experience and digital strategy and project management.
The Digital Humanities Lab is the main support organization for Digital Humanities work on campus. Located within Sterling Memorial Library, the DHLab offers workshops, equipment, project grants, and drop-in office hours.
Digital Humanities Working Group
The Whitney Humanities Center, an interdisciplinary institution reflecting Yale University’s longstanding commitment to the humanities, supports the digital humanities in part by sponsoring the Graduate Student Digital Humanities Working Group active since 2011. The Working Group hosts talks by outside speakers, training workshops, and other events on campus.
Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage
The Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage serves as an international hub for the study and conservation of the world’s shared treasures. As part of the Institute, the IPCH Digitization Laboratory engages in service and research of digital recording, preservation and access.