We offer a wide range of opportunities to engage with digital scholarship, from exploring highly theoretical concepts in digital methodology through guest lectures or forums to technically-specific guidance and/or support on digital-based projects on open access platforms such as Omeka and Open Journal Systems. We regularly host a full suite of classes and hands-on workshops, and online tutorials exploring various digital tools, methodologies, and platforms, and we are happy to work with you on co-curricular projects or designing workshops for a specific class project or outcome, such as creating assignments to introduce students to using ICPSR or exploring our Gale Scholar Lab data visualization tool for people interested in learning more about text mining.
Digital scholarship as a discipline changes quickly. Digital tools, Terms of Service, and STEM or Humanities methodological approaches to research also evolve over time as products or theories are challenged, become obsolete or unsupported. If you don’t see a particular service or support area that interests you, contact us anyway. We may be able to steer you in the right direction or have a discussion about your needs that to additional resources that will help you acquire, create, analyze, manage, and/or preserve your research and data.