Extended Reality (XR) Series (1/4): Interview with Maja Manojlovic

The first of four interviews on research, teaching and insights in XR at UCLA

Free web hosting for Humanities

Faculty, staff, and graduate students in the Humanities can get free web hosting through HumSpace.

Just complete this simple request form and you’ll have your site within 48 hours.

Questions? Email webopssupport.

  • Support

    For technology support in the humanities and digital humanities, we are here to help. Contact us for technology help, advice, information, training and solutions.

    Get Support
  • Who We Are

    Meet the people who are Humanities Technology! We are technologists with humanities expertise. If we can’t do it, we’ll connect you with someone who can!

    Check Us Out
  • Collaborate

    Collaboration is HumTech's guiding principle. Partner with us on any digital or technical idea, project or task, or to connect with the expertise you need.

    Learn More

HumanIt. Tech-Knowledgy. IT Starts Here!

Do you have technology questions? Or a digital project? Are you teaching with technology? You’ve come to the right place! UCLA’s Humanities Technology is the first stop for anyone working with technology in the humanities. This site is your internet home base for information, resources, and connections with people and expertise.

Latest Blog Posts

View all posts
  1. Extended Reality (XR) Series (1/4): Interview with Maja Manojlovic

    Extended Reality (XR) Series (1/4): Interview with Maja Manojlovic

    This blog series is titled “Extended Reality (XR) Series” because “XR” is a term that encompasses the immersive technologies of Virtual...

  2. Going Serverless with the UCLA Writing Center’s Scheduling App

    Going Serverless with the UCLA Writing Center’s Scheduling App

    In Fall 2017, UCLA Humanities Technology was faced with needing to undertake a major PHP version upgrade of a locally...

  3. New Academic Year, New RITCs!

    New Academic Year, New RITCs!

    We would like to take a moment to introduce our Research and Instructional Technology Consultant (RITC) team for the 2019-20...

  4. Student Activities that Resonate

    Student Activities that Resonate

    Over the past few terms, we’ve been fortunate enough to work with and support instructors as they create non-traditional assignments...

Learning Lab @ Rolfe

Located in 2118 Rolfe Hall, the HumTech Learning Lab@Rolfe is a technology-enabled, active learning, presentation and collaboration space for scheduled and drop-in use by humanities instructors and students. Click here to see the lab schedule. To reserve the lab, email labs@humnet.ucla.edu.

Learn More

Upcoming Events

View all events
  1. Faculty Innovation Workshop on Annotation

    November 20 @ 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm

    Hands-on workshop for UCLA faculty and staff on pedagogy of annotation for student engagement and collaboration and a chance to...