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Digital Scholarship

ARL member libraries and their institutions’ faculty and students create research in all forms, including digital and data-intensive scholarship, digital humanities, and digital publishing. We offer professional development opportunities for member libraries’ staff to learn the tools of digital scholarship through the Digital Scholarship Institute; provide case studies and best practices through a series of digital scholarship profiles; and promote open digital publishing through such initiatives as TOME (Towards an Open Monograph Ecosystem).

  • Digital Humanities Discovery

    With funding from a Digital Humanities Advancement Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), ARL researched and prototyped ways to index and discover digital humanities (DH) projects on...

  • Digital Scholarship Profiles

    Digital Scholarship Profiles

    Research libraries support digital scholarship with "innovative programs that approach the collection and curation of digital images, text, and sound, and the creation of tools to work with these materials...