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
Please join us on March 9, 4:00-5:00 pm, for a DH@Wake Speaker Series Event, The Shape of Emotions: A Sentiment Analysis of Cicero’s Speeches in Latin. Dr. Caitlin Marley, Department of World Languages and Cultures at Bowling Green State University, will share her research on Marcus Tullius Cicero, in which she applies distant reading techniques […]
In a year like no other, ZSR’s Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication (DISC) team dispersed to our respective home “offices,” where we got to see one another’s walls, art, and books, and say hello to partners, kids, and pets during our meetings. Sure, things were different and Zoom fatigue is real, but by and large, […]
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
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.
By Heather Barnes, Digital Curation Librarian, and Carrie Johnston, Digital Humanities Research Designer Digital Humanities Summer Partnerships in ZSR In 2018 Carrie Johnston teamed up with the Humanities Institute to create the Digital Humanities Summer Stipend, which awards $1,000 to faculty who collaborate with ZSR’s Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communication team to develop digitally inflected […]
ZSR’s Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communication team is pleased to announce this year’s DH@Wake Summer Institute: Community and Collections, a 3-day webinar series on connecting communities through building digital collections. The webinar will take place July 13-15, 1:00 – 4:30 pm ET, and is free and open to the public. Registration is now open at […]
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