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
Two days in Durham followed by two days at Wake Forest learning what’s possible with self-service web hosting in higher ed. Truly inspiring! This fall, Wake Forest will officially roll out Reclaim Hosting, which we’re branding as Wake Sites. The service provides campus-wide web hosting for all students, faculty, and staff. To prepare for the […]
ZSR Library is proud to announce the second annual DH@Wake Summer Institute, “Textual Data in Digital Humanities Scholarship,” May 13-17, 2019. We invite applications from Wake Forest faculty who are interested in developing a project that uses digital methods for text-based scholarship. This hands-on workshop will teach digital tools and methods for curating and visualizing […]
Since 2017, members of ZSR’s Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communications (DISC) and Technical Services teams have been collaborating with Lynn Book (Department of Theatre and Dance) to build a digital showcase of Book’s past performances. We are excited to announce the launch of the project’s first phase, Gorgeous Fever, a piece originally performed throughout the […]
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 Humanities
- Research Design
- Project Management
- Digitization Projects
- Metadata Description
- Digital Collections
- 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.
Request a Consultation
To request a consultation with the Digital Scholarship team, use the form below and a team member will be in touch. All fields are required