The RDDS team collaborates with staff, students, and faculty colleagues across Penn’s campus to develop competencies in a variety of digital skills, tools, and methods, from spatial analysis to data visualization to web scraping to text mining to research data management. In addition to providing support for digital projects, our team of librarians and specialists offer tutorials, webinars, in-class learning opportunities, skills-based learning groups, and regular office hours.
Fridays, 1 pm - 3 pm EST
Members of the Price Lab for Digital Humanities and RDDS are available to offer support and guidance.
Interested in learning a new skill? Hoping to find ways to broaden the audience for your research? Wondering why you can no longer can't find the files you need on your desktop? We're here to help.
Access our On-Demand Video Webinars and Written Tutorials:
Research Management Tools
Looking for more Data Management Support, check out our Data Management Resource page.
Visualized Data for Academic and Non-Academic Audience
Looking for more ArcGIS and Mapping, check out our Data & GIS page.
Humanistic Data Science
Broaden Your Research’s Impact:
Ethics and Pedagogy
Reparative Justice in DH with Thomas Padilla (in collaboration with the Price Lab)
Computational Text Analysis
Exhibits and Web Design
Scott Enderle | Digital Humanities Specialist | email@example.com
Jennifer Garcon | Digital Scholarship Librarian | firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Esten | Kaplan Curator of Digital Humanities | email@example.com
Girmaye Misgna | Mapping and Geospatial Data Librarian | firstname.lastname@example.org