DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP AT MARQUETTE
Raynor Memorial Libraries’ digital scholarship services transform the way faculty and students create and share knowledge by helping them explore new digital tools and methodologies. These services leverage in-house information resources and technologies and library expertise to forge new interdisciplinary connections and accelerate inquiry, discovery, and learning. Among the digital tools we help support are digitization, data visualization, digital mapping, social media, web development, simulation, and data management. In our Digital Scholarship Lab, staff are on hand to consult with faculty on incorporating digital tools and methods into both their scholarship and the classroom. The lab space also gives students a dedicated environment for experimenting, collaborating, and creating in digital video, graphics, web publishing, and other media. Our Digital Programs staff are also available to help scholars explore new and emerging publishing options, data management, copyright, and alternative impact metrics.
The Digital Scholarship Lab supports courses across disciplines by providing the technical support and know-how for integrating digital scholarship into the classroom.
Our digital publishing infrastructure and expertise increase the impact of Marquette research in an increasingly collaborative and data-enriched scholarly environment. Our open-access repository hosts faculty research materials and data, providing easy discovery and permanent, stable access around the globe.
The Digital Scholarship Services partners with researchers to facilitate project envisioning, and can advise faculty about project scope, requirements, specifications, and design.
The Digital Scholarship Lab is here to help students create, collaborate and contribute to the scholarly conversation. Whether video, visualization or web design, the Lab has the equipment, software and support for student projects.