Using digital tools to augment research and interpretation.

Welcome to the Digital Hub!

The Digital Hub elevates and propagates the use of digital methods and tools in student training and research, and on public history projects. It is the first destination for getting started using digital methods and tools in the classroom and in undergraduate and graduate research and creative activities. It provides support to faculty and students, and in getting started in using basic, free online digital tools.

Where is the Digital Hub?

The Digital Hub operates several spaces all located in the Clark building:

  • A presentation room in Clark B374 (large-screen TV)
  • A tutorial lab located in Clark B343 (two WindowsOS work stations; one MacOS work station)
  • A dedicated graduate student lab located in Clark C207 (two WindowsOS workstations)

These spaces are designed to accommodate consultation with students and faculty.

Want to know more?

Dr. Leisl Carr Childers is the director of the Digital Hub and serves as the point of contact for the use of the Digital Hub labs, presentation room, and tutorials. Dr. Carr Childers can provide consultation to faculty, in-class instruction on using digital tools for student research and assignments, and support for digital projects. Feel free to contact her at to set up an appointment.