As the original home of the Internet Medieval Sourcebook, designed and maintained by Paul Halsall, the Center has made a significant contribution to the promotion of the study and teaching of medieval Europe.
Fordham is also home to the following sites:
- Exploring Place in the French of Italy, a database that maps place names mentioned in a selection of French-language works created or copied on the Italian peninsula c. 1250-1500.
- French of England, a comprehensive bibliography of printed historical sources in Anglo-Norman from the late eleventh to mid-fifteenth centuries
- French of Italy, a guide to French texts composed and circulated within medieval Italy
- French of Outremer, a guide to French-language texts and records produced in the Crusader States
- The Latin Works of John Wyclif, Latin theological and philosophical texts by the fourteenth-century reformer in a searchable form
- Magazine Stacks, which lists the tables of contents of historical periodicals, Festschriften and collected volumes, largely in German, but also in other languages
- Mapping The Camino: The Student's Guide to the Camino de Santiago, an interactive map, guidebook, and student blog for Fordham's annual study tour, "Medieval Spain: Walking the Camino."
- The Online Medieval Sources Bibliography
- The Oxford Outremer Map Project, which uses digital tools to bring to light a neglected thirteenth-century map
- The Society for Beneventan Studies, focusing on the study of manuscripts containing Beneventan script and related nature
- The Venerable Blog, which offers updates on the digital humanities projects housed at the Center, as well as faculty, student, and departmental news
Fordham Undergraduates have also created and maintained digital platforms showcasing their research.