Digital scholarship encompasses a diverse body of research conducted in the digital arts, humanities and social sciences.
Digital scholarship involves computational methods for research data analysis and representation. It also includes critical appraisal of the ways technology is shaping and mediating our interactions with each other and with our research topics and materials.
The Digital Scholarship Initiative supports the dissemination and use of these methods throughout the 12 schools of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. It provides expert-led technical workshops, research seminars, and bursary support aimed at all research staff and students. Events to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and one-to-one consultations provide additional opportunities to help you on your way into digital scholarship.