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Campus Centers and Services

Need help with your DH project? Look no further than here! Many organizations and services are available on the University of Illinois Campus to assist you.

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  • CIRSS (Center for Informatics Research in Science and Scholarship)
    CIRSS, within the School of Information Sciences, focuses on information problems in scientific and scholarly research, and how digital information can advance work in these areas.
  • CITL (Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning)
    CITL provides teaching and research consultations, to improve your data analysis and foster use of technology in your classroom. CITL Statistical Consulting is available on both by appointment and on a walk-in basis in the Scholarly Commons. Attend a CITL Workshop to learn new data analysis tools.
  • Cline Center
    The Cline Center has a number of data sets that are publicly available through the Societal Infrastructures and Development (SID) project. They work to foster research and data based projects through the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus.
  • Data Discovery Services at the Scholarly Commons
    The Scholarly Commons provides finding and formatting assistance for numeric and spatial data.
  • IDEA Lab at Grainger Engineering Library
    The IDEA Lab (Innovation, Discovery, DEsign, and DAta Laboratory) provides space and technology for collaboration, innovation, and entrepreneurship and supports a wide range of digital scholarship activities. Book the Visualization Wall to show your large-scale data visualizations, or apply Virtual Reality technology to your research in the VR Lounge.
  • Illinois Informatics
    Illinois Informatics is a virtual organization that supports and encourages multi-disciplinary research projects that use computing applications in fields from the natural sciences to the humanities and social sciences. Check out their Electronic Literature and Literacies Lab (EL3) that further fosters interdisciplinary scholarship across campus.
  • Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH)
    IPRH promotes interdisciplinary study in the humanities, arts, and social sciences at Illinois. They offer a Training in Digital Methods for Humanists faculty fellowship to foster the teaching and learning of new digital methods to established humanities scholars.
  • Media Commons
    The Media Commons, located in the Undergraduate Library, specializes in audiovisual resources. Library card holders can borrow audiovisual equipment and use their recording facility.
  • NCSA (National Center for Supercomputing Applications)
    NCSA is both a resource for large-scale computing and a voice in promoting trans-disciplinary research at Illinois. The Culture and Society research area focuses on bringing art, science, humanities, and technology together for research and education.
  • Scholarly Communication and Publishing
    Scholarly Communications and Publishing can help you with a digital publishing project, copyright questions, or anything else related to scholarly publishing.