What counts as the digital humanities? For some, the digital humanities are simply scholarly or pedagogical activities within the traditional humanities disciplines undertaken with digital tools. For others, the digital humanities involve a reconfiguration of traditional humanist activities, with an emphasis on interdisciplinarity and participation beyond specialist audiences. Digital humanities practices can include:
The Center for Educational Resources offers digital course enhancements, provides opportunities for faculty to learn about cutting edge educational innovations, and administers the Tech Fellowship Grant Program.
The Center for Advanced Media Studies offers fellowships to graduate students and sponsors lectures and programs.
The Digital Media Center provides digital resources for students and supports student projects.
The GIS and Data Services department of the library offers training in GIS.
The Roman de la Rose Digital Library is an online library of all manuscripts containing the 13th-century poem Roman de la Rose.