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We help NYU faculty and students incorporate digital scholarship tools and methods into their research and teaching. We help you to plan, analyze, visualize, store, share, and publish your digital projects.

We provide help with:

  • Repository services: Faculty Digital Archive, ARTstor Shared Shelf, Spatial Data Repository

  • Digital publishing: project planning and management, and journal publishing consultations

  • Website creation: consultation on website development, organization, and platform selection (e.g., WordPress, Omeka)

  • Digital humanities tools and methods: text analysis, GIS, visualization, etc.

  • Project management: digital project planning and project management training

  • Copyright and fair use: consultations in collaboration with Scholarly Communications Librarian April Hathcock. Copyright and fair use information is also available via the copyright research guide

  • Workshops and trainings: look for “Digital Scholarship” workshops and trainings on the Library Classes calendar

  • Digitization workstations and support: via the Digital Studio


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