Need Help with Your Project?

The New Jersey Council for the Humanities wants your project to be a success. Interested in using a new technology to enhance your work? Trying to find some great marketing ideas? Take a look at these resources. They’re FREE and they can help!

Are there other resources you think the Council should share on this page? Please contact us at [email protected] with your suggestions.

Don’t Know Where to Go with Your Digital Ideas?

You can check out some examples of recently funded projects online (click titles to access resource):

7 Steps to Freedom, Salem County Cultural & Heritage Commission

Chinese Exclusion in New Jersey: Immigration Law Past and Present, Rutgers University

Humanities Hits, Drew University and NJ Arts News

The Continental Army at Pluckemin, Friends of the Jacobus Vanderveer House

Latino Oral History: The Justice Project, Newark Public Library

West Jersey Time Traveler, Cumberland County Cultural & Heritage Commission


You might also want to explore the Center for the Digital Humanities at Richard Stockton College website ( In May 2013, the Council partnered with the Center to host a free workshop, “The Digital Humanities for Nonprofits.” You can review slides from some of the presentations here, which include information on free DIY tools and sample work by local vendors. (click titles to download):

The Digital Humanities for Nonprofits – May 3, 2013

The Digital Humanities for Non-Profits
John Theibault, Director, South Jersey Center for Digital Humanities @ Stockton College

Databases & Online Exhibits:
Content Management Systems
Mike Tedeschi, Founder, Interactive Mechanics

Self-Guided Mobile Tours
Kevin Dooley, VP Market Development, OnCell


Need Help Getting the Word Out?

Check out the Council’s new marketing handbook! To download a free copy, click here.  If you have any questions or comments, please email us at [email protected]g.


With Support From:

This publication has been made possible, in part, by a grant from the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism, and with financial assistance from the New Jersey Historic Trust through the Discover NJ History License Plate Heritage Tourism Grant Program.