DH Resources

Digital Humanities Resources

The Digital Humanities Center offers a range of virtual resources and training materials to support your DH work. 

Digital Humanities Resources

The Digital Humanities Center offers a range of virtual resources and training materials to support your DH work.

The Digital Humanities Center is a national leader in podcast instruction. Learn more about our resources and expertise

Learn more about podcasting

SDSU Library supports Omeka S, a powerful, easy-to-use platform for creating digital exhibits of library, archival, and museum collections. It can be used for a range of exhibits, including projects to support scholarly and creative activities, public humanities projects, and course-based exhibits.

Learn more about Omeka S

The Digital Humanities Center has a limited, but growing, amount of technology for use in your digital research, teaching, and learning.

Learn more about our on-site technology

A curated introduction to digital humanities texts, methods, tools, and projects. This LibGuide provides an overview of Digital Humanities resources and tools for the SDSU community.

Explore the DH Libguide

Since the start of the pandemic, the DH Center has been creating self-pased tutorials and training materials for a range of digital tools and approaches, including Voyant for Text Analysis, Scalar for non-linnear narrative, Knightlab digital timelines and mapping programs, and Onodo for network analysis. The vast majority of our tutorials were created by student workers who focused on peer-to-peer instruction. Learn more at our Teaching Beyond Quarantine.

Explore our YouTube Tool Tutorials playlist

Explore a range of virtual talks and workshops organized by the DH Center and the SDSU DH Initaitive since 2019. Our channel includes dedicated playlists for public talks, performances, workshops, showcases, and all of our tutorials.

Explore the DH@SDSU YouTube Channel