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Digital Scholarship Support in the Library

Digital Scholarship Support at the University of Michigan Library encompasses a distributed community of people across the library with a range of expertise across different methods and interests, as well as partnerships with various offices and departments across campus. At the moment, the U-M Library is working to develop a strategy to best support digital scholarship across our campus and we look forward to collaborating with you on your digital pedagogy and research across all disciplines. 

Getting Started

If you’re new to digital scholarship or digital humanities, review our Digital Scholarship Research Guide for resources and examples. 

Office Hours and Calendar

The library offers digital scholarship workshops, ranging from introductions to digital project or data management, to more intensive study of digital research methods. We also hold digital scholarship office hours: librarians with expertise in data visualization, metadata, text and data mining, and more will be available for office hours every other Thursday from 3:00 - 4:00 pm, in Weiser Hall room 155.

To find out what types of events, workshops, and office hours, visit our Digital Scholarship Calendar.


To reach a librarian or schedule a consultation for your project, contact us at, or contact a librarian in your discipline.

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Last modified: 11/09/2018