The Digital Humanities Lab is located within the heart of Yale University at Sterling Memorial Library on the third floor. During the summer of 2018, the DHLab will be moving to its new space on the first floor in the Franke Family Reading Room.
Sterling Memorial Library, Room 316
120 High Street, New Haven, CT 06511
Looking to start a digital project but don’t know where to begin? Need recommendations on programming languages or visualization fundamentals? Stop by the Digital Humanities Lab during open Office Hours to chat with our team over coffee. Office Hours provide a weekly opportunity to exchange ideas, discuss methods, and form connections with colleagues from different programs and departments. Office Hours are available during the academic year and throughout the summer.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 2–4 pm
The DHLab offers individual and group consultations for digital humanities projects at any stage of development. Staff address questions related to best practices, data management, corpus creation, visualizations, digital tools, and more. In addition to scheduled meetings, the DHLab also offers weekly Office Hours as another opportunity to discuss projects or general digital humanities ideas.
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