Detail of The Birds of America PictureIt Rare Book Reader application

A detail of the PictureIt Rare Book Reader being used with The Birds of America.

Digital Scholarship Support in the Library

U-M faculty and students engaged in scholarship in digital environments, including digital humanities, will find a variety of support services and opportunities for collaboration within the library. If you’re new to digital scholarship or digital humanities, review our introductory guide for resources and examples.

To reach a librarian or schedule a consultation for your project, contact Alix Keener, Digital Scholarship librarian, or contact a librarian in your discipline.

You can visit the following centers in the library to get training, schedule consultations, or use tools and resources. We also provide additional resources, just Ask a Librarian.

  • Get help editing images, using OCR software, setting up blogs, online exhibits, or web publishing at Scholarspace.
  • Find maps and mapping software at the Clark Library.

  • Use production studios including 3-D visualization at the Digital Media Commons.

  • Get help with data management and visualization at the Clark Library.

  • Develop and distribute a rich digital publication in a range of formats with assistance from Michigan Publishing Services.


 

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Last modified: 07/05/2016