The Digital Humanities Lab ("DHL") represents the forefront of faculty and student teaching and research in international language instruction and world literatures, as it is contextualized in the broad field of humanities. Providing a variety of software tools, the DHL fosters collaboration, research exploration, analysis, synthesis and application.
The facility features top model Macintosh computers, a dedicated server, and oversized print capabilities.
For the best opportunity to assure that the DHL will be available when you need it, please call the Language Laboratory at (806) 742-3151 (or email us) to request a reservation. Please also feel free at anytime to also check if the DHL is available for "spur-of-the-moment" usage. If the Lab is open, you are welcome to use it.
For on-going projects or ad hoc access as your schedule allows, please contact the Language Laboratory for access strategies. The LLL&RC has scheduled the installation of an electronic door lock which will allow coded access at practically anytime. Until this device is in place, the LLL&RC will work with you so that you can gain access convenient to your work.