Arts & Humanities Research Computing
Arts and Humanities Research Computing, informally known as Digital Arts and Humanities (DARTH), provides consultation, instruction, and technical development for the digital research initiatives of faculty, staff, and students. In addition, DARTH sponsors lectures, workshops, and symposia related to emerging trends in technology for artistic creation and scholarship.
As an integral part of HUIT Academic Technology, DARTH partners closely with the FAS Academic Technology Group, the Harvard Library, the Harvard Art Museums, and various other individuals and organizations on and off campus to share ideas, pioneer common standards, and advocate for the unique priorities of a networked university. For more information about Arts and Humanities Research Computing staff, please see the people page. To request a consultation, please contact us.