Digital Scholarship in the Classroom
CC Flickr User Cogdogblog. (March 24, 2012). Workflow of Scholarship
The Digital Scholarship and Services department in Addlestone Library supports interdisciplinary scholarship at the College of Charleston by:
- Coordinating the development and maintenance of locally-created open-access digital resources
- Maintaining the library website, the catalog, off campus access to databases, and the library's digital collections systems
- Collaborating with librarians, faculty and other institutions on digital projects that advance the academic mission of the College.
We welcome opportunities to work with College faculty and staff as well as local cultural heritage organizations and other institutions, to develop new tools, services and other forms of outreach and collaborative inquiry on topics in digital humanities, digital publication, and related areas.
We welcome proposals for jointly sponsored events, particularly on the following topics:
- Digital scholarship methods and tools
- Digital repositories
- Scholarly text encoding
- Digital scholarly editing
- Discipline-specific approaches to digital technology
- Data Visualizations
To find out more, please contact the DSS staff, or browse our Services and Selection Criteria. To submit a proposal, fill out the Project Proposal Form and our Digital Scholarship Librarian will be in touch with you to discuss your project in more depth.
Digital Scholarship Services at CofC Libraries and Related Guides
Information about Digital Scholarship services and projects at the College of Charleston
- Digital Humanities Research Guide: Provides an overview of digital humanities in general, as well as resources on where to find books and articles, information related to DH in teaching, research and publication and a list of tools and tutorials for DH projects.
- Digital Scholarship and Services Department: Supports interdisciplinary scholarship at the College of Charleston. Visit the website for more details on our department's initial offerings.
- Avery Research Center: Established to collect, preserve, and make public the unique historical and cultural heritage of African Americans in Charleston and the South Carolina Lowcountry.
- Program in the Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World (CLAW): Visit the digital initiatives page to view a variety of recently completed, in progress, and future digital scholarship projects.
- Lowcountry Digital History Initiative (LDHI): A digital public history project hosted by the Lowcountry Digital Library (LCDL) at the College of Charleston. Funded through a pilot project grant from the Humanities Council of South Carolina and a major grant award from the Dorothy and Gaylord Donnelley Foundation, LDHI began development in 2013 and launched in 2014 as a digital consultation service, scholarly editorial resource, and online platform for partner institutions and collaborative scholars to translate multi-institutional archival materials, historic landscape features and structures, and scholarly research into digital public history exhibition projects.
- Lowcountry Digital Library Guide: The Lowcountry Digital Library (LCDL) provides professional training and support for archive, library, and museum professionals throughout the region and documents the history and culture of the region while it supports current research initiatives and cultivates creative content and digital information in appropriate formats across disciplines in support of scholarly inquiry.
- Using Omeka Guide: Tips, tutorials, and recommendations for using Omeka to publish online multimedia exhibits, digital heritage and research projects.
- "How Do I" Guides for tutorials and classroom resources on specific digital scholarship topics and tools.
Instructional Design Librarian, Digital Scholarship and Services
Workshops, Tips, News & Events
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