The Digital Scholarship Commons brings together in one place a range of services to support faculty and graduate students in their teaching, research, and collaboration. All of the DSC groups work closely together to provide consultation, guidance, and support for research, teaching, and project development. We offer help with many different areas.

Strengthen my Teaching:

  • Through engagement with digital resources
  • Through consultations with learning scientists
  • Through workshops and seminars

Develop Digital Research Projects and Competitive Funding Proposals and Disseminate my Research:

  • Through use of the digital repository
  • Through effective engagement with your students/in the classroom
  • By meeting other people with related interests
  • By developing competitive grant proposals
  • By making effective use of new software tools

Promote Interdisciplinary Collaboration:

  • Participate in seminars, workshops, and learning communities
  • Meet faculty who share your research interests
  • Participate in collaborative funding proposals

Work More Effectively with Graduate Students

  • By learning new models of mentorship
  • By forming collaborative project teams

Develop Online Courses:

  • Learn new teaching platforms
  • Explore new online teaching methods
  • Develop digital teaching materials such as audio and video

Create high-quality digital content:

  • For use in digital research projects
  • In partnership with the University Archive