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Partnering with ECDS, doctoral student Justin Shaw has updated and redesigned Dr. Harry Rusche's digital scholarship project, Shakespeare and the PlayersShakespeare and the Players is a survey through postcards of the many now unfamiliar English and American actors who played Shakespeare's characters for late Victorian and Edwardian audiences.
Learn more about Shakespeare at Emory and visit the collection on the 3rd floor of Woodruff Library outside of ECDS.

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The staff of ECDS works with faculty and students from across the University to provide expertise, consultation, and technical assistance in the creation of digital projects. We provide a one-stop shop for anyone at Emory interested in incorporating digital technology into teaching, research, publishing, and exhibiting scholarly work.

Email ecds@emory.edu to set up an appointment, or visit us on the third floor of the Robert W. Woodruff Library to see how we can help.

Featured Project: Readux

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Readux enhances access to and facilitates research with Emory's exemplary library holdings. It enables users to browse thousands of digitized texts, add multimedia annotations, and export annotated digital editions. The just-released version 1.6 features a number of enhancements to export and annotation including Zotero integration, the ability to annotate with audio and vido, and group annotation.

Featured Project: MAP IT

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By offering new tools to develop research questions, analyze data, and publish findings, digital mapping is transforming the humanities. During the spring of 2016, Emory University's "MAP IT | Little Dots, Big Ideas" series featured lectures by humanists who are at different stages of their careers and are engaged in cutting-edge digital mapping projects. 

Read Professor Susan Gagliardi's introuction to the series on Southern Spaces.