Digital technologies have transformed how we seek and share information, build relationships and communities, and think about ourselves and our identities.

These interactions between human beings and the world we live in is a core interest in humanities disciplines such as history, literature and writing, philosophy, religion, art, music, and others.

Founded in 2014, the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium is a collective of institutions in the State of Florida that seeks to promote an understanding of the humanities in light of digital technologies and research.

Its mission is to provide a platform for studying and discussing digital tools, methods, and pedagogies as well as for educating teachers, faculty, and the public about the multiple, interdisciplinary ways humanities research and computing impact our world. It meets annually to identify issues of interest and to set goals for future collaboration and digital humanities research.