Help for Researchers
Are you in the midst of a digital research project and want advice on where to go next? Or are you at the very beginning—brainstorming a research idea and want to talk through methods, project design, and appropriate digital tools? We're happy to help.
The Center for Digital Scholarship offers the following research support to all faculty and students:
More in-depth project support and collaboration may be possible but will be decided on a case-by-case basis taking into account the project's fit with our capabilities and staff availability. Request a consultation to discuss.
Visit Digital Research in our Tutorials + Resources section for a growing list of resources on digital research techniques, project planning, and workflows.
You can find a full list of the digital methods we support on our What We Support page.
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