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Once the concept and scope of a project have been established, there is a wealth of specialist digital humanities skills and resources in Cambridge that can be called upon. As well as offering direct support, the CDH Lab can steer you towards the best tools and advice in order to create strong funding applications and excellent scholarship and research.

These pages provide a starting point on where you can find practical support and advice to get your project started. This can range from the production of digital content (images, video, 3D) and advice on metadata standards, through to the costing, sustainability and impact of digital humanities projects. The CDH Lab can offer advice and consultancy in the technical components of research bids and either provide direct technical support for digital humanities projects or broker resources in the wider University.

The CDH Lab can also offer advice to existing digital humanities projects which are looking to put their workflows and research outputs on a more sustainable footing, particularly with regard to standards and the use of existing infrastructure in the University.