The Digital Scholarship team collaborates with colleagues in the library and across campus to create new scholarly methods and in Digital Humanities.
This series includes:
The libraries also provide a number of workshops available as a calendar here.
We will also gladly offer on-demand workshops for Text Mining, Mapping, Digital Exhibits, and many other topics. Workshops we are offering or have offered in the past include:
Workshops in this series will introduce participants to computational text analysis. These tools can help researchers discover new patterns of language use and thought, to visualize changes in those patterns over time and across spatial boundaries.
These workshops will demonstrate a variety of tools and methods for sharing your research and content on the web.
Our mapping workshops cover topics ranging from analysis with ArcGIS to Mapping your Data.
These workshops explore methods for obtaining, preserving and working with your data.
Want to learn more about what we do? Check out these workshops that discuss all that the digital scholarship team has to offer.
In addition to workshops, Penn Libraries maintains a range of guides to help you get started with digital tools.
As new research methods emerge, and new tools are developed for their use, the DS team works with faculty, students and our colleagues in the library and elsewhere to
We can support your use of many tools and platforms for digital projects, including Omeka and Scalar. In cooperation with the Price Lab, the DS team also assists the development of new teaching and research projects in Digital Humanities.
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Become a member of the Digital Scholarship team! DS interns will work together with Digital Scholarship staff to build digital projects requested by Penn faculty, students, and researchers. Past projects include Python/Django web applications and databases for faculty research projects, custom PHP templates, plugins, and themes for Content Management Systems such as Omeka and Scalar, and web-mapping projects. Check out our projects page to learn more about what we do.
All interns receive training in command line, Git, and the languages necessary to complete their projects!
Students of any program and background are encouraged to apply! We do not require a CS background, but we do require an interest in learning!
The DS Summer Internship allows students to train and work in a team environment. Students work for 35 hrs/week, Mon-Fri on large scale development and design projects. Hiring for these positions begins in April. To apply, email Sasha Renninger or Scott Enderle.
The DS Academic Year Internship allows students to work directly with a DS team staff member to support course-integrated projects and long-term design and development. Students work on average 8-10 hrs/wk with a maximum of 20 hrs/week. Scheduling is flexible, but must overlap with the assigned staff member. Hiring for these positions begins in August and December. To apply, email Sasha Renninger or Scott Enderle.
Digital Humanities Specialist
Specializations: web development, data management, coding for the humanities
Contact me about: the digital components of your coursework and research
Digital Humanities Specialist
Specializations: statistical text analysis, machine learning, data visualization
Contact me about: using new technologies and large collections of data for humanities research and teaching