Subject Guides

Digital Scholarship

A guide to digital scholarship tools, methods, and best practices across the digital humanities and data-driven fields

Digital Scholarship Resources

Campus Resources

Campus TAES

Transdisciplinary areas of excellence offer seed grants through the Provost's Office and the Division of Research they also have events, course building support, and networking opportunities. In particular those interested in digital scholarship may wish to check out the following TAEs and their opportunities:


The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities offers fellowships and other types of funding for faculty and graduate students working on community engaged and public humanities projects. Projects do not need to be digital scholarship, but many of them often are. 

Center for Learning and Teaching

Center for Learning and Teaching can help you incorporate and plan for adding digital projects into your classroom including how to find creative commons materials, scaffolding larger projects, and pedagogical practices for teaching new tools and methods.

Graduate Academic Coding and Statistical Consulting Services 

Are you a graduate student looking for help on a coding project? Reach out to the GACSCS for help. They also have a series of videos on getting started learning to code and some best practices for data handling and analysis. 

Off Campus Resources 

Useful listservs and professional organizations




Cornell's Digital Scholarship Newsletter 

Society for Literature, Science & the Arts

ADHO Newsletter

ACH Newsletter

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Centers with public events

Sherman Center 

Brock University