The best way to learn about resources is to talk with an NYU expert.

Digital Humanities

Email for help with project design and scoping, with questions about seed grants, curricula, or graduate summer fellowships, or for advice on applying to external grants.

Data Services

We can help with data management & analysis, and with digital materials you want help preserving and archiving. We have resources for quantitative, qualitative, and geospatial information.

Selected Tools

Below are just a few commonly requested DH tools and services. You can learn about even more options as well as how and why to choose them by scheduling a consultation with one of the groups above.

Web Publishing

Wordpress service with many web accessible themes to help you build a blog or other website. Supported by NYU Digital Studio.

Web Hosting

Flexible hosting service for many popular platforms (Omeka, Scalar) as well as ability to customize code. Supported by Digital Scholarship Services.

ArcGIS Online + StoryMaps

StoryMaps is a story authoring web-based application that allows you to share your maps in the context of narrative text and other multimedia content.


NYU Libraries' collaborative, open-source, open-access scholarly publishing platform for projects, edited collections, or student projects. From Google or word docs and EPUBs to polished publications with built in social annotation. Supported by Digital Scholarship Services.

Research Workspace

Centrally-housed storage that can be mounted locally, enabling users to access and share large data sets from their desktops and lab workstations. It is intended for the use of research projects that depend on high-capacity data storage.

Wikimedia Toolkit

Modules and links to help you teach with Wikipedia, pull Wikidata, or use Wikimedia as part of a public humanities project.

Reading + Resource Lists