14 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
If you selected “Other DS activity” above, please briefly describe that activity(ies). N=17
Contribute to consortial digital scholarship projects.
Education: Instruction and workshops on digital scholarship methodology and tools
Grant development, collaborative partner matching, integrated/embedded with teaching as/for
research, sustainability planning, promotion, outreach, training, etc.
High performance computing, consulting and advice for digital scholarship
Internet of Things, video, audio
Multimedia content creation
Network analysis and visualization data harvesting and cleaning bibliometrics and altmetrics
instructional support for teaching with digital methods and tools
Research support services in our Digital Humanities Center are staffed by humanities reference
librarians. Training graduate students through formal and informal internships.
Support for copyright, licensing, open access, impact metrics, altmetrics, profile management,
researcher identity management (i.e., ORCID), hosting, data storage and sharing
Teaching students, faculty, and staff broad knowledge about the different areas of digital scholarship, as
well as developing skills for assessing, critiquing, and adapting existing projects for new purposes.
The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) and the Libraries support Digital Pedagogy, for
example by assisting student researchers using digital scholarship tools and methods as part of course
content. They also support text analysis, TEI, and developing digital scholarship software.
The Libraries support a significant number of digital pedagogy projects: the Alabama Digital
Humanities Center has supported more than 50 such projects in over 12 fields in the past two years,
ranging from helping faculty to work with undergraduate students to create websites to working with
faculty and graduate students to make TEI encoded online editions of manuscript texts, as well as
introducing students to a wide range of digital visualization techniques including network mapping,
D3-driven visualizations, textual analysis tools, and digital mapping. The ADHC has also partnered
with Rodgers Science and Engineering Library to introduce Clothing, Textiles, and Interior Design
students to 3-D printing. The Sanford Media Center is a hub which supports students engaging multi-
media techniques including creating videos, podcasts, and graphic design projects, and their faculty
and staff regularly partner with faculty members across campus to introduce these approaches into
the classroom.
The library supports and holds makerspaces, design labs, and innovation hubs for the campus.
Through our digital scholarship center, the Scholarly Commons, and other affiliated units and campus
partners, we provide a wide variety of instructional activities around DS areas. For example, we teach
workshops on building databases, creating digital exhibits using Omeka, GIS support, and much more.
We provide training and support with Mukurtu, a locally developed CMS.
Web Archiving of Sites that fit within our collecting scope. Processing these pages for data for analysis.
Expert Finder, which is a collaboration between the library and DIT.
Web hosting (elsewhere on campus), data storage (elsewhere on campus, libraries), copyright questions
(libraries), quick scripts/programming development (elsewhere on campus, elsewhere outside
the institution)
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