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The University Library has an active role in supporting Cambridge Digital Humanities (CDH). We host the CDH Lab and also help develop and participate in the CDH Learning programme.

There is a wide range of digital humanities activity supported at the University Library, which involves providing specialist services, hosting and technologies for researchers, with a particular focus on access, impact and sustainability. In addition to the CDH website, you can also explore some of the projects that the Library has been involved in here, and find out what our dedicated teams can offer you and your research.

We have extensive experience of providing digital content, repositories, publication platforms, programming solutions, training and support. We have developed particular expertise around scholarly communication, digitisation, digital editions and data repositories. But we are also able to draw on a network of expertise through CDH, so we can easily point you in the right direction or discuss suitable solutions with you to help your research project succeed.

Contact us by emailing lab@cdh.cam.ac.uk to discuss your project and the support we can offer you. We can even provide input at the ideas and bid-writing stage, so it is never too early to get in touch.