Digital scholarship involves the use of digital media and tools to advance research, collaboration, teaching, and learning in new ways. While digital scholarship is a broad category, examples include, but are not limited to, online exhibits and maps, software, and site-specific presentations. We can work with you on data visualization, GIS data, text and data mining, and other techniques which best support your scholarly activities.
Sharing your work
Sustainability & preservation
As a part of your project lifecycle, we can support you with data management planning, organization, and storage.
More resources for providing ongoing and long-term access to your research outputs: