Build.ZSR enables faculty to partner with librarians to develop scholarly digital projects in support of research, teaching and learning.

ZSR provides considerable expertise in project development, from simple course blogs and online exhibits to more complex and experimental digital initiatives. ZSR can help by providing Web hosting and Web development or even by implementing a new tool. Throughout, the Digital Initiatives Librarian Chelcie Rowell, Scholarly Communication Librarian Molly Keener and Web Developer Geoff Groberg can consult with you to determine your desired results, shape your work plan and lay a strong foundation for your project’s success.

Why work with ZSR as you build your scholarly digital project?

  1. ZSR brings expertise in project development, including metadata, digitization, preservation, web development, user experience design and more.
  2. ZSR offers Web development services on a cost-recovery basis, which is often considerably less expensive than working with a commercial operation.
  3. ZSR will help ensure that your scholarly product will be preserved long-term and shared widely for the greatest impact.

Learn more by visiting build.zsr.wfu.edu.

Originally published May 7, 2015 at 8:16am