The DePaul University Library offers hosted environments to faculty to help them support digital scholarship projects as part of their course structure. For more information on digital scholarship projects at DePaul and how faculty are using the hosted environments to enhance their teaching, visit Library blog written by Christine McClure.
Studio Chi is a center for faculty development that supports research at the interface of humanities and computing. The Center's goal is to strengthen the dialogue between faculty engaged in humanities and computational work and support interdisciplinary research. Technologies such as digital mapping, text and data mining, 3-D modeling and data visualization provide the focus for faculty with common interest to further research initiatives and create new pedagogies. For more information on Studio Chi center, its mission, goals, and events please visit: Studio Chi
One notable example of a digital humanities project that originated at DePaul is the Reading Chicago Reading project that examines reading practices of Chicagoans by analyzing the reception and circulation of the One Book One Chicago program selections throughout the system of 80 Chicago Public Libraries. The program started in 2001. Reading Chicago Reading was the recipient of the National Endowment for the Humanities start-up grant.