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HUMANITIES DIGITAL INFORMATION SERVICE
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Services for Digital Information in the Humanities
Stanford University Libraries

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Digital Delivery of Interlibrary Loan | Text Analysis | Book and CDROM Collections | Course Reserves | Presentations

Digital Delivery of Interlibrary Loan

The Stanford University Libraries' Digital Delivery of Interlibrary Loan (dd-ILL) service is a pilot project generously supported by the California State Library by a grant offered under the Library Services and Technology Act. dd-ILL is a cooperative effort of the Stanford University Libraries' Interlibrary Services Department and the Humanities Digital Information Service.

Book and CD-ROM Collections

HDIS hosts a small, non-circulating collection of books and CD-ROMs called "Digital Culture and Humanities Computing." These are located in the east end of the Lane Room of Green Library.

Text Analysis and SGML Programs

Also at the east end of the Lane Room, in addition to publicly accessible computers with more standard configurations, HDIS sponsors a small number of high-powered machines with specialized software to use for text analysis, concordancing, and other applications for computing humanists. The suite of software is expanding, so check back frequently for current offerings.

Course Reserves

We are happy to work with humanities faculty members to produce electronic course reserves. Please contact us.

See also list of current course reserves

Presentations and Consulting

HDIS personnel is available for classroom and other presentations related to its resources and services, as well as for consulting by appointment. Please contact us.


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Last modified: March 21, 2007

   
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