What we do
Creating a flourishing environment for innovative exploration at the intersection of digital technology and humanities research
The IDRH hosts free workshops to provide faculty, staff, and graduate students hands-on introductions to digital tools and practices in order to help you manage your data, analyze text, work collaborative over long term projects, create digital editions, fund projects, and publish and disseminate your results.
Specialists at the IDRH are available for one-on-one research consultations by appointment.
Digital Storytelling Colloquium
The IDRH Digital Storytelling Colloquium is a series of virtual events focused on the ethics, politics, and techniques of digital storytelling. Stretched over the length of the academic year, the events feature exemplary projects from across the world and across the KU campus, model digital storytelling practices, and introduce participants to a range of digital storytelling tools.
The Digital Humanities Seminar, co-sponsored by the Hall Center for the Humanities, provides a forum for the sharing and discussion of new digitally-enabled humanities research efforts, with a specific focus on what digital humanities tools and practices can do for a range of humanistic research.
Digital Jumpstart Workshop
The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities and the Center for Teaching Excellence are proud to announce the Fall 2022 Digital Jumpstart Workshops, “Digital Storytelling in the Classroom," an intensive two-day series of hybrid workshops, panels, and a keynote presentation, all aimed at equipping teachers at the University of Kansas to integrate the tools of the digital humanities into their classrooms.
The Digital Humanities Forum brings together all KU campus and beyond to celebrate and explore digital scholarship as a diverse and growing field of humanist inquiry.