What We Do
Digital Scholarship Support
We help make research, art, and cultural works more accessible and useful. Among other projects and technologies, our institutional repository, HARVEST, provides a convenient way for researchers to deposit their research in an open access repository to meet the requirements of various funding agencies. Chat with us about your research; we're still developing our services so it's a good time to let us know what you need.
Collaborate and CreateWe work with scholars, graduate students, and the community to digitize and describe cultural and research content for long-term accessibility. Much of these materials are housed at the University Archives and Special Collections, but we continue to work with others to provide access to valuable cultural heritage content from accross the province. Ask us about the fancy software and hardware we have that will help you create digital content for a wide range of uses.
An innovative and flexible location with leading-edge technologies, the Digital Research Centre encourages collaborative partnerships and serves as a studio for the development of new media exhibitions. The newly renovated space in Room 228 on the 2nd floor of the Murray Library provides faculty and grad students with software, hardware, collaborative tools, and workspace to help support successful digital scholarship.