Digital scholarship is scholarly activity that leverages digital tools and methods to advance research and inquiry and present and share it in new ways. Digital scholarship poses a scholarly argument or makes an intellectual contribution to a scholarly conversation while using digital methods to add value to these processes and products.
Digital scholarship is often open, interdisciplinary, collaborative, and community-engaged, and may intersect with public scholarship, digital and open pedagogy, and digital humanities.
This Digital Scholarship Guide will help you find tools and resources for doing digital scholarship, plan a digital scholarship project, explore ways to bring digital scholarship into your teaching, and connect with others doing similar work.
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