What is digital scholarship?
“Digital scholarship, broadly defined, uses digital content and tools to pursue research and interpretation with the goal of furthering knowledge. While this work can take many forms, one common strand is that it makes use of the powers of computing to do things that may not have been possible otherwise. From intensive analysis of data sets, to the collaborative sharing of resources or projects across networks, to experiments in artificial intelligence, digital scholarship takes advantage of the speed, scale and reach that computers bring to information technologies–both within and across traditional disciplinary boundaries.”
What We Support
The DSC supports digital tools that enable the analysis and creation of information. This includes: data analysis and visualization, audio recording and editing, text analysis, GIS, basic coding, knowledge organization, and digital collections.
The Digital Scholarship Center at SUNY New Paltz is an interdisciplinary, collaborative space where students, faculty, and staff answer new research questions using digital scholarship methods and digital tools.
- Provide a computing space that is open to everyone on campus.
- Support interdisciplinary and collaborative digital scholarship projects.
- Provide training in digital scholarship tools and methods.
- Provide pedagogical guidance for faculty incorporating digital scholarship in their courses.
- Engage a community of digital scholarship students, faculty, and researchers.
To find the DSC website click here: Digital Scholarship Center @ the Sojourner Truth Library