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Digital Scholarship

Digital scholarship is research and teaching that is made possible by digital technologies:

  • Digital Sources: uses sources that are born digital or digitized from traditional formats, such as data sets, texts and images
  • Digital Tools: applies digital ways to explore and analyze data sources; such as text mining, machine learning, GIS and visualization
  • Digital Curation: presents, publishes or archives intellectual content in digital ways. Examples include e-publishing, repositories of research output and data, and interactive websites that engage users to explore scholarship content

Examples of digital scholarship tools and projects


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last modified 29 November 2017