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Center forDigital Humanities


    At the Center for Digital Humanities we strive to maintain a collection of resources for all those interested in or working with Digital Humanities.  Below, you can find links to various resources including resources for funding and support, digital humanities in the classroom, and tools.

    The Center for Digital Humanities is pleased to announce several new resources for USC faculty and students, beginning February 1, 2018. The Center has created instances of the popular academic social media platforms Omeka, Scalar, and WordPress, which we recommend for many basic Digital Humanities projects for faculty, staff and students. These will run on CDH servers and we will host and serve them in perpetuity (with some important qualifications).

    Academic Social Media Platform Examples



    We also regularly work with people interested in creating mapping projects. In past years, we have helped build custom mapping solutions, for example on Plants & Planter and The Burning of Columbia. We collaborate with the USC Geography Department to help find appropriate resources for USC faculty, staff, and students for mapping projects.


    Custom Mapping Project Examples



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