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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!

  • Molly Keener

    Molly Keener

    Scholarly Communication Librarian Molly Keener is available to consult on copyright, scholarly publishing, open access, and new modes of scholarly communication.

    keenerm@wfu.edu | 336-758-5829

  • Chelcie Rowell

    Chelcie Rowell

    Digital Initiatives Librarian Chelcie Rowell is available to consult on incorporating digital humanities components into research and pedagogy.

    rowellcj@wfu.edu | 336-758-5477

Evolutions in Scholarship

  • FYS: Nature, Environments, and Place in American Thought — For the Spring 2014 semester, Chelcie Rowell worked with Lisa Blee (Assistant Professor in the Department of History) to incorporate a digital exhibit and interactive map into the first year seminar, Nature, Environments, and Place in American Thought. Over the course of the semester, students in this course will develop place studies and photo essays […]

  • Humanities for the Environment — In August 2013 David Phillips (Associate Professor of Humanities) invited Chelcie to join the Web Team of the Humanities for the Environment project funded by the Mellon Foundation. The Humanities for the Environment project is animated by questions about the role of the humanities in the Age of the Anthropocene, a concept developed by scientist […]

  • Public access to funded research gets a big boost — When the U.S. Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2014 this week, it included language tucked away in Sec. 527 that gives a huge boost to public access to Federally funded research. The bill requires all Federal agencies with research & development budgets of $100 million+ each year to provide free, online access to peer-reviewed […]

› For more news & ideas, see our blog, Evolutions in Scholarship.

If you have any questions, please contact the Scholarly Communication Librarian at 336-758-5829.