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Digital Scholarship Resources: Home

Digital scholarship is broadly defined as using digital technologies to support of research and teaching to ask and answer questions in new ways. This guide was created as an introduction to tools and resources to get you started.

Digital Scholarship at McGill

Resources

Digitization and Publishing Services @ McGill

Collections of digital tools to get you started

David Greene
Liaison Librarian
Focus: Open source tools
david.greene@mcgill.ca 
514-398-5925

Marcela Isuster
​Liaison Librarian
Focus: Pedagogy, publishing tools
marcela.isuster@mcgill.ca
514-398-4729

Sa​rah Severson
​Digital Library Services Librarian
Focus: Digitization, digital collections, text analysis
sarah.severson@mcgill.ca
514-398-3146

Ekatarina Grguric
​User Experience and Digital Technologies Librarian
Focus: User experience, open workflows, reproducibility
eka.grguric@mcgill.ca
514-398-5285

Robin Desmeules
Cataloguing Librarian
Focus: Metadata, social media research methods and tools 
robin.desmeules@mcgill.ca
514-398-1896

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