Arts & Humanities
The University of Virginia offers a powerful array of tools and resources to researchers engaged in digital humanities and digital arts scholarship.
ARCS manages Rivanna, the University’s system for high-performance parallel computing and also provides free consultations, expert advice, software training, programming, and help with accessing high-performance research systems across the country. In addition, ARCS oversees the Visualization Laboratory (UVA Viz Lab) which contains high-end workstations equipped with GPUs.
UVA scholars have been international leaders in humanities computing for the past two decades. The Digital Humanities@UVA hub seeks to showcase the vibrant communities involved in digital work, offer pathways to getting started, and expand collaborations among practitioners.
Developing information technology as a tool for scholarly humanities research.
The UVA Library’s Research Data Services provides consultations and training in data analysis, wrangling, and visualization, including approaches to text and data mining; data discovery and acquisition; data management and preservation; and University-licensed research software available to support data-oriented research in the Arts & Humanities.
At the University of Virginia Library Scholars’ Lab, advanced students and researchers across disciplines partner on digital projects and benefit from expert consultation and teaching. Our highly-trained faculty and staff focus on the digital humanities, geospatial information, and scholarly making and building at the intersection of the digital and physical worlds.
Promoting the use of advanced digital technologies in research, teaching, publishing and collaborative engagement.
Consulting with humanities scholars on reference management tools, journal impact factors, altmetrics, locating articles and books, copyright, open access, citation manuals and style, and more.
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