Current initiatives involve text analysis with Python, creation of interactive 360° panoramas, integration of Scalar and Omeka for digital projects, use of photogrammetry to capture objects in 3D, and Wikipedia edit-a-thons to broaden the diversity of editors to the seventh most visited site on the internet. The current team consists of Tassie Gniady, David Kloster, and Katie Chapman. You can reach us at cyberdh_at_iu_dot_edu.

The vision of the CyberDH team is to establish a model environment for innovative, sustainable, and user-centric digital humanities research and education based on university and national cyberinfrastructure resources.

The mission of the CyberDH team is to support scholarship, education, and innovation for the digital humanities across the IU system.  We do this by creating consultative and technological bridges between the needs of IU humanists and the existing cyberinfrastructure and service resources within UITS, IU, and the national research cyberinfrastructure.  Key resources within UITS include high-performance computing, advanced visualization, research storage, and gateways technologies; IU resources include the IU and IUPUI Libraries, IDAH, CATAPULT, MDPI, OVPR programs, and academic departments at IUB and IUPUI; national resources include XSEDE, HTRC, and collaborative DH initiatives.  The CyberDH team strives for sustainability by prioritizing solutions through an “adopt first, adapt second, and create third” approach.

Cyber Infrastructure for the Digital Humanities is a part of the Research Technologies: Visualization & Analytics at Indiana University Bloomington.