Digital Humanities occurs in several spaces throughout Tufts’ Medford campus and beyond. Below is a subset of these spaces:

The Data Lab:

The Data Lab is a teaching and research computing lab designed to foster collaboration and innovation across all campuses and departments. It provides methodological and technological service and support for data reference, analysis, and visualization for both geospatial and non-geospatial applications.

It consists of a computing laba collaborative space, and an instructional classroom. They offer a wide range of services to the Tufts community and are equipped with specialized hardware and software. The Data Lab is staffed with Student Lab Assistants, and is open for walk-in assistance and resources, group collaboration, workshops and classes, along with more advanced GIS and statistical consultations.

The Digital Design Studio:

DDS is a self-service creative space for the production of digital class projects and the exploration of digital media. The DDS can help you get started with data graphics, digital stories, poster making, and video projects.

Tufts Archival Research Center (TARC):

The DCA supports the teaching and research mission of Tufts University by ensuring the enduring preservation and accessibility of the university’s permanently valuable records and collections. The DCA assists departments, faculty, and staff in managing records and other assets. The DCA collaborates with members of the Tufts community and others to develop tools to discover and access collections to support teaching, research, and administrative needs.