- The Emory Open Education Initiative, sponsored by the Scholarly Communications Office and the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship will provide mini-grants and training to select faculty to implement and produce open educational resources (OERs). March, 2014.
- Online magazine of public scholarship, Sacred Matters, launched. Prof. Gary Laderman, chair of Emory's Department of Religion, edits the magazine that undercuts conventional understandings of religion and reimagines the boundaries between religion and culture. January, 2014
- ECDS supports the Virtual Rome Project and builds upon the work done by Prof. Sarah McPhee to help construct a scholarly resource based on a 1928 map of Atlanta.
- "Battle of Atlanta Coming to Your Smart Phone," a news story from Georgia Public Broadcasting, October 14, 2013
- Former Emory professor Dan T. Carter's Southern Spaces essay on North Carolina government and politics receives over 3,000 Facebook "likes" in the week following its publication on September 24, 2013
- "Emory Creates Unified Center for Digital Scholarship," Library Journal, August 29, 2013
- Leslie King, “Digital Technology Digs Up Battle of Atlanta,” Emory Report, August 8, 2013
- Edward L. Ayers, “Does Digital Scholarship Have A Future?” Educause Review Online, August 5, 2013
ECDS projects range from short-term, one-time collaborations to ongoing activities that create and preserve born-digital publications, collections, and archives. Our Projects highlights a selection of ECDS work.
Partner with Us
ECDS supports projects in the humanities and the sciences. Our partners include the Robert W. Woodruff Library, University Technology Services, the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence, and a variety of other entities from across the University that provide expertise, assistance, and resources. Project partners can come from Emory, the Atlanta metro region, and beyond. To explore how we can assist you, visit:
Workshops and Seminars
Throughout the year we offer multiple workshops, seminars, and training events that are open to all Emory faculty, students, and staff. Topics include establishing your online presence, creating a virtual tour on a mobile device, bringing digital maps into your projects, creating assignments around digital storytelling, flipping your classroom, and building online exhibits. See our training and workshop schedule for opportunities to learn more.
Get Help Now
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment, or visit us on the third floor of the Robert W. Woodruff Library to see how we can help.