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Digital Humanities

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Do you have an idea for a new digital research project or pedagogical initiative you’d like to brainstorm? Are you interested in expanding an existing project or developing a new area of expertise? Contact us to schedule a consultation and find out how we can help you move forward with your ideas!

We can consult with you to identify, evaluate, select, and deploy the tools, methods, and techniques that are best suited to your project and interests. We partner with faculty and students to support research, pedagogy, and grant-funded projects and initiatives. If you're interested in computational text analysis, text encoding, digital mapping, digital publishing, data visualization, and other forms of digital scholarship, we'd love to work with you.

Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows

The Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows program aims to grow digital scholarship at UNCW by providing funding to faculty to support the development of new or existing projects and initiatives. This year, the program is focused on supporting interdisciplinary projects and intiatives. Applicants will be asked to articulate how their project or initiative is interdisciplinary.

Successful applicants will receive a $2,000 stipend from Randall Library. In return, they will be expected to: (1) work with the Digital Scholarship Librarian to develop and finalize a project plan; (2) discuss their work in a public forum;‚Äč (3) complete a post-award evaluation.

The deadline for applications is March 31, 2023. Applicants will be notified in early April 2023. Selected fellows will be expected to meet and work with the Digital Scholarship Librarian to finalize a project plan by the end of May 2023, and stipends will be disbursed in June 2023. If you have questions about the application process or any aspect of the program, please contact John Knox at Special thanks to the Office of Distance Education and eLearning for their support.



Digital Soundings

Digital Soundings: Expanding Digital Networks and Scholarship at UNCW was a virtual seminar series designed to foster interdisciplinary research success at UNCW by providing faculty with access to workshops and lectures led by experts in the fields of computational text analysis, data visualization, and digital mapping. The seminar series took place over the course of the 2020-21 academic year. Recordings of the lectures and workshop sessions can be accessed online for free here.