133 SPEC Kit 350: Supporting Digital Scholarship
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Digital Scholarship Services
Located in the Digital Scholarship Commons in Hillman Library, Digital Scholarship Services is a front-end to the library's resources, expertise, and services in
support of a broad range of digital and data-intensive scholarly activites. Our areas of expertise include:
Research Data Management
Data Acquisition and Analysis
Mapping and Geographic Information Systems
Digital Curation and Stewardship
Metadata, Vocabularies, and Linked Data
Creation and Use of Digital Special Collections
Multimedia Technologies
We work with students, faculty, and researchers from all disciplines, and we strive to faciliate and raise the visibility of collaborative and interdisciplinary
You may be starting a new project, or may just be curious about a particular tool or method for your research or teaching --library specialists in Digital
Scholarship Services are available for consultations to help you get started. Contact us to make an appointment, or stop by our office space in Hillman
Undertaking digital work often means drawing on resources and expertise distributed around the university, the region, or the world. Digital Scholarship
Services not only represents library capabilities, but also works to maintain awareness of other relevant resources, and can assist with connections and
The ULS has partnered with faculty and doctoral students from the School of Information Science to present a recurring workshop series exploring the topics
and tools of digital scholarship. A new round of workshops is scheduled every fall and spring term, but training is also available on-demand, or through
scheduled consultations at any time. Digital Scholarship Services also partners with instructors and students exploring digital or data-intensive methods for
analysis and communication. Our staff work with courses to present an overview of digital methods, including text analysis, network analysis, mapping of
time and space, and digital exhibits and storytelling.
Ensuring the long-term survival and accessibility of your digital scholarship is not always a simple task: formats and platforms change, and data must be
well-described and managed to be understood by others. Expertise in digital stewardship is a natural extension of the library's role of curating and
stewarding information we provide guidance and support with a special focus on digital modes of scholarship.
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