The Digital Scholarship Center is a space for collaborative research in digital humanities, digital arts, cultural analytics, and critical making, ranging from web-scraping to textual analysis, from 3D modeling and printing to engineering with Arduinos.
We offer a wide-range of technical equipment, software, and support for scholarly practices involving digital methods for interdisciplinary research and pedagogy, including text mining and analysis, working in and creating 3D spaces, using geospatial technology, incorporating games into education, and much more.
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Make, tinker, and experiment with 3D printers, laser cutter, and small electronics
Software, equipment, and user support for a variety of digital research projects
The DSC hosts a variety of workshops and events each semester.
Introduce DSC supported software, tools, and methods into your classroom
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