Digital Scholarship extends traditional methods of research by leveraging technologies (such as visualization, GIS, text and data mining) to advance research, collaboration, teaching, and learning across disciplines. The NCSU Libraries can work with you to develop open techniques and creative practices that best support your research.
Featured Digital Scholarship Projects at the NCSU Libraries:
- Immersive Scholar
- bookBot Poet
- Raleigh in the Age of the Model T
- Tracking Trethewy's Terror
- The Impact of David Harvey Hill Jr.
- The Value of a Photograph: Photography's Influence in the Civil War Era
- Globalization and Migrations WikiEdu
- Piers Plowman Archive
- Virtual Paul’s Cross Project
- North Carolina Architects & Builders: A Biographical Dictionary
- Shooting Wars: A Documentary of American Military Conflicts
- The Inside Wood Database
- North Carolina Geospatial Data Archiving Project
- Wolf Walk
- Participate in our Open Project Incubator
- Attend our Digital Scholarship Workshops.
- Re-use our Workshop materials.
- Attend our Coffee+Viz events
- Partner with the NCSU Libraries and propose a digital scholarship project
- Invite us to teach a session on digital tools & methods in your class
- Propose an Open Pedagogy project
- Feature a digital scholarship project on our immersive visualization spaces or on the Hunt Library video walls