Areas of Expertise
We support a wide range of digital research tools and methods.
Our team includes experts in copyright, digitization, digital humanities, and research data curation.
From creation to preservation, we connect researchers with digital tools and strategies at every step along the research pathway.
Take a look at some of our recent digital scholarship collaborations.
Digital Scholarship in Action
November 7th is World Digital Preservation Day, an annual event held on the first Thursday of November. WDPD highlights the challenges and opportunities posed by the ever-increasing quantity of digital media. This year’s theme is “At-Risk Digital Materials” and you can follow the cherished annual tradition (since, well, 2017) on Twitter (#WDPD19) and lots of […]
ZSR Library hosted the inaugural DH@Wake Speaker Series event on September 24, featuring Dr. Kenneth Price of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Dr. Price spoke about his work co-founding and co-directing The Walt Whitman Archive, an expansive online resource which began in the 1990s and, has grown over the years to, well, contain multitudes (sorry, I […]
The ZSR Library DH@Wake Speaker Series, in conjunction with Special Collections & Archives and the Wake Forest Department of English, is pleased to host a lecture by Dr. Kenneth Price, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, on Tuesday, September 24 at 4:00 pm in ZSR 404. A reception and Walt Whitman pop-up exhibit in the Special Collections Reading […]
The Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication team is pleased to announce our DH@Wake Workshop Series. Below you’ll find a list of our offerings for the fall 2019 semester and a link to our printable calendar of events. All workshops will be held in ZSR 665, 2:30-4:00 pm, unless otherwise noted. Introduction to Copyright September 9 Introduction […]
For news, projects, and more, visit the Digital Scholarship blog.
Our Areas of Expertise
We provide consulting and instruction for the following:
- Project Management
- Tool Assessment & Training
- Researcher Profiles
- Database Design
- Archiving Scholarship
- Web Hosting
- Data Management
- Copyright & Fair Use
- Open Access
Meet the Team
- Digital Repositories
- Digital Curation & Preservation
- Metadata Strategies
- Digital Pedagogy
- Open Education & OER
- Digital Class Projects
- Digital Humanities
- Research Design
- Project Management
- Web Development
- Information Architecture
To best support faculty research, we think of each project as a series of manageable steps in a long-term process. We’ve created an interactive Research Pathway graphic to illustrate this process. Please explore the research pathway and contact the team to schedule a consultation to talk more about ways we can assist in your research process.
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