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Digital Scholarship

We expand the capacity of researchers at Penn to create and share new kinds of scholarship.

Data Management and Planning

Organizing, storing, and keeping track of research materials and data is a growing area of concentration in the Digital Scholarship group.

Developing Methods, Projects, and Digital Humanities

From consultation to collaboration, we will work with you to make decisions about new methods and approaches.

Open Access & Publishing

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.

 

Geospatial Methods

 We can help you find, create, and analyze maps and geospatial data, provide consultation and instruction on spatial projects, and guidance on appropriate software and tools.

People


Girmay Misgna

Girmaye Misgna

Mapping & Spatial Data Librarian
gmsigna@upenn.edu
Girmay supports faculty and students who are engaging with spatial methods, bringing deep technical expertise in both GIS and platform development to that work.

Scott Enderle​

Digital Humanities Specialist
enderlej@sas.upenn.edu
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.


Emily Esten

Judaica Digital Humanities Coordinator

estene@upenn.edu

 

Margaret Janz

Scholarly Communications and Data Curation Librarian
mjanz@upenn.edu
Margaret specializes in organizing, documenting, and saving data; contact her for questions about data management planning.


 

Jennifer Garcon

Bollinger Fellow in Public and Community Data Curation

garconj@upenn.edu

Jennifer helps to develop and expand sustainable models for the care of vulnerable collections of data.