About the Lab
The Digital History Lab offers resident historians opportunities to explore the potential applications of technology to enhance teaching and research. Our website includes information on software, training opportunities, data management, best practices, and use policies as they relate to digital history. Our physical space includes a variety of equipment available to department members only including a selection of scanners, workstations, and networked printers. Any needs that cannot be accommodated in-house can usually be accommodated through other campus resources that the Lab experts can help identify.
Technology Manger and Advisor
Carla Zimowsk can help faculty and graduate students identify appropriate resources for their project.
Brooke Fitzgerald can help faculty with a variety of research and scanning needs.
Elizabeth Bennett will be available for consultation in the G02a on Fridays from 2 to 4 to answer questions about bibliographic management software and on finding digital content for research and teaching.
Manager for Center for Collaborative History
Barbara Leavey can help faculty and graduate students coordinate events and identify funding sources related to digital history.