Digital humanities—the field in which computer technology intersects with the traditional interests of the humanities—is a thriving area of research, teaching, and practice at Dartmouth. Faculty, students, and staff are creating digital games, developing online collections, analyzing social media, and mining textual data. Digital humanities (DH) is a collaborative endeavor, involving partnerships across disciplines like film, English, and art;  centers, such as the Leslie Center for the Humanities and the Neukom Institute for Computational Science; and organizations, such as Computing and the Dartmouth College Library.