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Digital Scholarship Resources for Courses

Reach out for help to integrate digital scholarship methodologies and projects into your courses.

Integrate a digital project into your course

Incorporating a digital project or assignment into your course, whether you teach in the humanities or sciences, can help your students collaborate while they learn new skills relevant to the discipline. Reach out to our specialists to design and integrate a tailored digital project into your course.

The Library can help you:

A few examples

The Center for Digital Scholarship works with faculty and graduate students across departments to create live and asynchronous workshops and assignments on digital methodologies for courses. Here are a few examples of how you can use our expertise and resources:

  • Whether your students have programming knowledge or not, they can use our web scraping toolkit to gather original datasets from the web and reach out to us for additional support.
  • Use our digital public platforms guide to incorporate oral history projects, digital archives, and more into a course project.
  • Ask us to create a workshop, utilizing one of the digital scholarship methodologies that we teach, that is tailored to your course (e.g. using datasets relevant to your field).  
  • If you think you might have a project idea, but aren't sure, reach out to and we'll be happy to discuss more.