Support is available for all Libraries’ patrons interested in methods or tools used in digital scholarship and digital humanities. We provide specialized training, consultation, and instruction on open source or proprietary resources for the university community.
Digital Scholarship support is offered by Joshua Ortiz Baco, Digital Scholarship Librarian, and is available to all the University’s colleges, with additional assistance from members of the Scholars’ Collaborative, the Liaison Programs, and the Office of Information Technology’s Research Computing Support.
Our services strive to connect scholars’ and facilitate collaboration
across the many disciplines working in digital scholarship.
Wondering where to get started with Digital Humanities?
Take a look at the following guides by the Scholars’ Collaborative for more information on tools and approaches currently available:
- Scholars’ Collaborative Tools Guide
- Digital Humanities Guide
- Digital Humanities Tools Overview
- Data Services Guide
Feel free to get in touch with Joshua via email email@example.com for in-person and virtual support and training for:
- Incorporating DH into the curriculum
- Wrangling, creating, visualizing, and mapping data
- Network analysis
- Static sites, digital exhibitions, and oral history projects
- Multilingual DS/DH
The Open Sandbox
Join us for an exploration of open source digital research tools. Workshops are open to all.
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