Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton brings together members of the campus community in the humanities, computing, and libraries to explore the possibilities of digital humanist scholarship, organize events focused on topics related to digital scholarship, and to provide the infrastructure and community support to facilitate that scholarship.
Data and Statistical Services (DSS), located in Firestone Library, houses a large international data archive. Statistical consulting services are available to currently enrolled/employed members of Princeton University.
The Maps and GIS Center provides access to geospatial data, digital map services, and geographic information systems (GIS). In addition, the Center provides ongoing reference, research consultation and instruction to all levels of user experience in our facility or in your office or classroom.
The Scholarly Communications Office offers assistance with publicly legally sharing scholarly publications by Princeton Faculty, help with copyright questions related to open access, and educational programs on a variety of scholarly communication issues.