Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for help with your DH projects. The library can help with:
DH in your class and assignment creation
Connecting faculty and students with resources, services, and materials
Continued project consultation and assistance as needed
Making connections between project leads and potential faculty, staff, or student collaborators
Connecting with Charlotte area resources and collaborators
We also have specialized areas that can help in different ways. If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry, we’ll always connect you with other areas that can provide additional support.
Assistance determining the technology needed for your project
Learning what technology we have available free for use by faculty and students
Help determining the skills needed to complete a project
Help finding the resources you need to get started
Bringing DH into your classes
Digital collections available in Goldmine
Digitized materials and metadata that can be provided upon request
Specialized help with personal digital archiving and preservation of your project, research, or other data
Learn more about DH research projects at UNC Charlotte:
Climate Refugee Stories is a multimedia narrative, archiving, and public education project about migration, borders, and the fight for climate justice. Climate Refugee Stories uplifts the stories of people around the world who have been displaced by direct or indirect impacts of climate change, and documents the ways communities are resilient in the face of overlapping crises–including the COVID-19 pandemic.
South Asian Dance Intersections is a progressive, scholarly, blind peer-reviewed, and open-access journal which seeks to publish a unique blend of original high-quality research in scholarly, choreographic, contemporary, community-building, and technical explorations within South Asian dance and its interdisciplinary intersections. It desires to make connections between the verbal and performative in live-performance, pedagogy, and creative interpretations. It also provides a forum for the social activist scholar and artist to use writing and other forms of representation as vehicles for ventures at the intersection of artistic excellence and social justice.
Through a variety of online resources and digital exhibits, Carolina in the Trenches: A WWI Digital History Project aims to bring greater awareness to the many ways that North Carolina and its people contributed to the American experience of the First World War. Using StoryMap JS, TimeLine JS, and other programs, we highlight the people, places, and voices in the Carolinas that history has forgotten.
Join the campus Digital Humanities Discussion Group!
This group serves as an outlet for communication between members of UNC Charlotte that have an interest in digital humanities. Members are encouraged to share readings, professional development opportunities, accomplishments, proposals and questions.