Digital scholarship encompasses many kinds of digital work and is typically collaborative and interdisciplinary. We can help you identify, evaluate, select, and deploy the tools, methods, and techniques that are best suited to your project. We support faculty research projects, digital pedagogy, and collaborate on grant-funded projects, and we are available to consult with you at any stage in the project lifecycle. Below are some examples of the kinds of projects and work we support.
We can help you plan and implement a text analysis project, whether you're a beginner interested in using an "out of the box" tool or piece of software or an experienced practitioner working in Python or R.
Whether you prefer Tableau, Power BI, or another platform or piece of software, we can help you integrate data visualizations into your research and teaching.
Digital Mapping and GIS
We can show you how to use tools such as ArcGIS StoryMaps, Neatline, and TimelineJS to transform your research and teaching and showcase your work in a new light.
If you're planning a digital scholarly edition with TEI or just beginning to explore ways to leverage text encoding, we are here to help you move forward with your project.
We can help you share your scholarship with the world through online publishing platforms such as Scalar and Omeka.