The Digital Scholarship Unit is a service hub providing consultation in support of faculty endeavors in scholarship and instruction from inception to implementation. Have an idea but don’t know where to start? Ask us!
Scholarly Communication Librarian Molly Keener is available to consult on copyright, scholarly publishing, open access, and new modes of scholarly communication.
Digital Initiatives Librarian Chelcie Rowell is available to consult on incorporating digital humanities components into research and pedagogy.
Evolutions in Scholarship
Celebrating Fair Use — Fair use is a wonderful right granted in the United States copyright act that enables people to make limited uses of copyrighted content without needing permission from the copyright owners. Fair Use Week, February 23-27, is a time to celebrate fair use and highlight how it can be used. To that end, the Association of […]
Vision2020, Open Access, and You–What does it all mean? — The Vision2020: Charting a Course for Academic Computing at Wake Forest white paper draft released last fall prompted many conversations among various campus groups about the potential impacts of the report’s recommendations on the future of technology on teaching and research. The recommendations for scholarship and creative production strongly emphasized embracing the ideals of the […]
Charting the growth of our Open Access Fund — The above infographic charts the growth of the university’s Open Access Fund since its creation in 2008. To request funding for your OA publication, submit an Open Access Fund Application. To view a larger version of the infographic, visit https://magic.piktochart.com/output/2458332-open-access-fund.
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Beginning in May, ZSR Library will offer a new service called Build.ZSR, which enables faculty to partner with librarians to develop scholarly digital projects in support of research, teaching and learning. Learn more ›