The Centre for Digital Humanites houses and supports teaching and learning spaces that include computer labs for language learning and versatile multimedia equipped seminar rooms.
On-site support is provided in the form of hour to hour assistance for all lab-based and multimedia-assisted classes including those using the Netsupport School Classroom Management Software.
Workshops can be arranged, and are recommended, for those teaching within the CDH, particularly the computer labs.
New software required for classes is tested and installed as requested by instructors. All new material must be provided to the CDH well in advance of the beginning of each semester to ensure sufficient preparation and testing time. Fall/Winter material must be submitted to Clara Suba and Andrew Roth in the CDH by the beginning of August, while Spring/Summer material must be submitted by the beginning of April.
In addition to classroom support, the following services are provided:
- Support for research and creation in the digital humanities and interactive media
- Video and game viewing facilities
- E-Learning and Teaching support
- Introduction and implementation of new multimedia components
- Individual or group workshops provided for supported multimedia
- Support for development of course material and individual research projects
- Facilitation for design and development of departmental and individual faculty web sites
- Advising, consulting and facilitating faculty research and innovation in emerging areas of digital humanities and games
- Consultation services for digital humanities research
- Student mentorship