The DigiLab is an instruction space as well as an incubator and publicity hub for nationally recognized digital humanities projects. Opened in 2015, it is outfitted with flexible workspaces for individual or collaborative projects and with advanced technological resources. The DigiLab is located on the third floor of the Main Library, across from the newly renovated Reading Room and adjacent to the University of Georgia Press.
Elliott Kuecker is the Interim Head of the DigiLab. He manages the daily operations of the DigiLab; teaches for-credit classes and workshops related to research methods and pedagogy; and collaborates with faculty and students on their humanities and social sciences research projects. His research can be found in Qualitative Inquiry, International Review of Qualitative Research, and other venues.
Katie Ireland is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Linguistics and research assistant to the DigiLab and Linguistic Atlas Project. She regularly leads workshops and advises on digital tools and projects across the University. Her research specializes in Corpus Linguistics and Language Variation.
Keiko Bridwell is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Linguistics. She works as a research assistant at the DigiLab, where she leads workshops on various digital tools and is available for consultation about digital projects, and is teaching a course on text analysis in Spring 2022 (DIGI 3000). Keiko’s research in linguistics focuses on sociophonetic variation.