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The librarians and staff of the Digital Scholarship Unit can provide one-on-one consultations to students, faculty, staff, and the wider community on a variety of digital methods, theories, and tools. Our team can help you incorporate these resources into your teaching curriculum and research projects.


Are there digital methods, theories, and tools you plan to incorporate into your research project? Are you applying for a grant that builds a digital project? Need advice on a research data management plan for your digital project? Our Unit can introduce you to methods, theories, tools, and provide expertise in digital research project planning.


Is there a digital pedagogy you plan to practice in your teaching? Are you looking to develop a digital project-based assignment? Need advice on how to teach a digital method or tool in your course? Our Unit can introduce you to methods, theories, tools, and provide expertise in digital pedagogy and course planning.


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