From consultation to collaboration, we will work with you to make decisions about new methods and approaches.
Whether you want to make your previously published materials more discoverable or start your own publication, the Digital Scholarship Team is here to support you in your endeavors.
The Digital Scholarship group, formed in Spring 2016, includes seven full-time library staff members, three project-focused short-term staff members, student workers, and a connected network of collaborators in the Penn Libraries and around campus. Our primary activities are designed to support new scholarly creation through data curation and management; develop and engage with new methods for digital research projects, including the digital humanities; and explore new publishing models, especially open access publishing.
Our 2016-2018 goals
Mapping & Spatial Data Librarian
Girmay supports faculty and students who are engaging with spatial methods, bringing deep technical expertise in both GIS and platform development to that work.
Digital Humanities Specialist
Scott specializes in statistical text analysis, machine learning, and data visualization. Contact him with questions about using new technologies and large collections of data for humanities research and teaching.
Judaica Digital Humanities Coordinator
Scholarly Communications and Data Curation Librarian
Margaret specializes in organizing, documenting, and saving data; contact her for questions about data management planning.
Digital Scholarly Publishing Librarian
Kenny manages the operations of ScholarlyCommons, a repository for the scholarly output of researchers at Penn. He specializes in digital publishing and open access. Contact Kenny if you’re interested in contributing to ScholarlyCommons, or if you would like to find out more.
Bollinger Fellow in Public and Community Data Curation
Jennifer helps to develop and expand sustainable models for the care of vulnerable collections of data.