ECDS brings together librarians and IT professionals in support of activities related to digital scholarship, ranging from research to pedagogy. ECDS provides a central point of contact for expertise in statistical analysis, GIS, mapping, visualizing data, text analysis, online exhibitions, blended and online pedagogy, technology-enhanced assignments, and digital publishing. The formation of ECDS breaks down barriers between these functions and simplifies the process of establishing partnerships with scholars of all types in support of research and teaching. On this page, you will find more information about the hardware and software available in ECDS, the types of support that we offer, links to our training and workshops schedule, and our Educational Technology Toolkit.
Our computer resources are located on the third floor of the Robert W. Woodruff Library, both inside of ECDS's office and in the third floor learning commons.
On Macintosh Computers:
Adobe Acrobat Pro
On Windows Computers:
Adobe Acrobat Pro
ECDS resources and specialized hardware and software may be used by anyone in the Emory community, but are not intended for long-term storage of in-process projects, so be sure to back up your work to the cloud or an external device.
Specialized Office Hours
Because the center is committed to connecting the Emory community with digital scholarship services across the library, ECDS hosts specialized office hours for some resources not supported by our staff. If you need help with the following, come into the center to speak with an expert from Emory Library:
Copyright and Intellectual Property: Melanie Kowalski, Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian. Thursdays from 3:00–5:00pm.
Video Projects and Video Editing: Steve Bransford, Educational Analyst for Video. Thursdays from 1:00–2:30pm.