About the Digital Humanities Lab

Located in the UMass Translation Center in the basement of Herter Hall, the Digital Humanities Lab (DHL) contains necessary hardware and software to facilitate the research agendas of the DHI faculty. In addition, the Lab also serves as a venue for hosting seminars and workshops geared toward the digital humanities and provides a space for cross-disciplinary collaboration.
The lab contains nine powerful multimedia computers and provides affiliated faculty with the ability to check out multimedia equipment such as video and audio recorders and still cameras. Access to the lab is granted to all affiliated members of the DHI free of charge; however, all associated faculty pursuing research that necessitates use of the Lab's resources are asked to run all grant applications through the DHI.
If you are interested in utilizing the resources in the Digital Humanities Lab for your project, please view the Lab Calendar and Use Policies