How to make your website accessible

Why website accessibility is important, with recommendations for simple web design steps to improve accessibility.

Book scanning now available

CDH is now offering a book scanning service for faculty in the humanities.

Just bring your book to the CDH Learning Lab @ Rolfe (Rolfe 2118) and our team will scan your items!

Click for more info or email Joy Guey, the CDH Labs Coordinator.

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Do you have technology questions? Or a digital project? Are you teaching with technology? You’ve come to the right place! The UCLA Center for Digital Humanities is the first stop for anyone working with technology in the humanities. This site is your internet home base for information, resources, and connections with people and expertise.

Latest Blog Posts

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  1. How to Make Your Website Accessible

    How to Make Your Website Accessible

    In this article I explain what web accessibility means and why it matters, and provide a handful of recommendations you...

  2. An easier way to create online assessments with the CCLE Quiz tool

    An easier way to create online assessments with the CCLE Quiz tool

    One of the most beneficial, powerful, and effective functions of UCLA’s Common Collaboration and Learning Environment (CCLE) is the minimally...

  3. How to use tech to facilitate small-group work

    How to use tech to facilitate small-group work

    Are you looking for ways to improve the results of your small-group collaborations? Here are six different technologies that can...

  4. Meet the new RITCS!

    Meet the new RITCS!

    We would like to take a moment to introduce our Research and Instructional Technology Consultant (RITC) team for the 2017-8...

Learning Lab @ Rolfe

Located in 2118 Rolfe Hall, the CDH Learning Lab@Rolfe is a technology-enabled, active learning, presentation and collaboration space for scheduled and drop-in use by humanities instructors and students. Click here to see the lab schedule. To reserve the lab, email cdhlabs@humnet.ucla.edu.

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Upcoming Events

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  1. Introduction to R

    November 27 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

    *This class is restricted to current UCLA students, faculty, and staff. R is a powerful and yet easy-to-use statistical package...

  2. Apple One-Day sale

    November 29

    Our Apple One-Day sale, in appreciation of our staff and faculty (but open to students too!) will be held on...

  3. Presentation Tools Overview

    November 29 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

    An overview of presentation tools. Presented by Joanna Chen Cham, Powell Library, and Anthony Caldwell, Center for Digital Humanities.