Digital methods are a key component of the fulfilment of the national and global remits of the ICS and SAS. Electronic media are fundamental to our publication operations, to making our events as widely available as possible, and as a means of publicising and engaging the public in our work. Digital infrastructure contributes to our provision of resources for the national community, to training in and promoting best practice in digital methods, and to the development of the Combined Library. The ICS also has a role in coordinating Digital Humanities research in Classics, in promoting national and international collaborations, and in curating their outputs.