Support

Special Collections & Digital Humanities

SCDH works with digital methods and tools in humanities research. It covers all parts of the process from digitization of material to analyzing texts, maps and images etc. using various digital tools and methods, such as text mining, visualization models, and 3D modeling of objects.

Promoting increased use of data analysis in research

Søndre Campus Datalab (SCDataLab) is a knowledge environment for computer research at the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Law, and the Faculty of Theology at the University of Copenhagen.

Computational analytics laboratory for digital social science

CALDISS is a digital data and method laboratory that explores the possibilities that digital data, digital methods, and software solutions provide to research.

Digital language resources and tools

CLARIN provides digital language resources and tools for researchers and students who investigate language data, in fields such as translation, history, political science, literature, classical studies, and linguistics.

Internet materials

Are you a media scholar, a historian, a social scientist, or any other kind of scholar from the humanities or the social sciences who want to study the internet?

Radio and TV programmes

LARM.fm offers university researchers, teachers and students access to a large archive of Danish radio and TV programmes and associated materials from the 1930s to today. LARM.fm provides various search tools and ways of organising, annotating and sharing material.

Experimental labs

DIGHUMLAB’s experimental labs support research into embodied human interaction in a wide range of environments, and with a focus on (social) cognition, learning, and design.

Digital cultural heritage collections and research

KB Labs seeks to find new ways to combine the Royal Danish Library’s digital cultural heritage collections and research with the latest methods within machine learning.

Ethical challenges in digital research

DIGETIK is a forum consisting of information on ethical challenges in digital research within the humanities and social sciences.

Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities

DARIAH is a pan-European infrastructure for arts and humanities scholars working with computational methods. 

About the research infrastructure

DIGHUMLAB is a national, distributed research infrastructure that integrates and promotes tools, digital resources, communities and opportunities to Danish researchers in the humanities and the social sciences.

Archive

Experimental labs

Mobile Labs helped students and researchers with recording and editing their data with e.g. online tutorials for software Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Premiere Pro, and CLAN.

Get an overview of the special interest groups with links to posters from the DIGHUMLAB conference 2017.

This SIG is represented by Professor Torben Elgaard Jensen at Aalborg University (see poster)

This SIG is represented by Associate Professor Henrik Bødker at Aarhus University (see poster)

This SIG is represented by Associate Professor Helle Strandgaard Jensen at Aarhus University. 

This SIG is represented by Klaus Nielsen, Editorial Director at Grundtvigcentret (see poster). 

Menu