Digital Scholarship is the creation of scholarly or pedagogical activities undertaken within the traditional humanities and social science disciplines, using digital tools as part of the research process.


The Library provides varying levels of support for a wide variety data analysis and digital publishing tools.

Learn more on the Digital Humanities research guide

Campus Resources

  • The Center for Digital Humanities led by Computer Science Professor Tom Lippincott, focuses on using computational methods with humanities materials emphasizing Machine Learning and text analysis.
  • LifexCode is a collective of labs practicing DH against enclosure led by History professor, Jessica Marie Johnson.
  • Data Services offers training in data analysis and visualization, as well as in GIS, R, Tableau and other methodologies.
  • The Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation offers digital course enhancements and provides opportunities for faculty to learn about cutting edge educational innovations. They also administer the Instructional Enhancement Grant Program.

For students

Digital Humanities Research Guide

Learn more about Digital Scholarship at JHU, including:

DH Tools
Tutorials and training
Research and funding opportunities

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Digital Scholarship Events

Digital Scholarship Workshops

Offered by Data Services at Johns Hopkins Libraries