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Office of Digital Research and Scholarship

We provide support, infrastructure, collaborative partnerships, and consulting for technology-inflected research in the areas of digital humanities, academic publishing, data management, and digital pedagogy. We are focused on connecting people to people, using our expertise to reach stakeholders beyond the library, and deploying platforms, tools, and content for new forms of research and scholarship.


Our Expertise

Academic Publishing

Academic Publishing

Research Data Management

Research Data Management

Digital Pedagogy

Digital
Pedagogy

Digital Humanities

Digital
Humanities


Connect with Us

Our Location

We are located on the lower level of Strozier Library in the Technology and Digital Scholarship (TaDS) Commons.

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Meet Us!

Members of the DRS team can be found at various events and online. Stop by and say hi!


DRS News and Events

Alternative Textbook Grants for faculty aim to reduce financial burden on students

FSU Libraries are currently taking applications for new Alternative Textbook Grants to support FSU faculty in replacing commercial textbooks with open source alternatives to be made available to students at no cost. Open textbooks are written by experts and peer-reviewed, just like commercial textbooks, but are published under open copyright licenses so that they can be downloaded and... Read More

Digital Projects Update

The Office of Digital Research and Scholarship (DRS) collaborated with several departments to initiate projects through the Spring and Fall 2016 semesters. Caribes, a collaboration with Dr. Paul Niell from the Department of Art History, is in the process of creating a collection within... Read More

PEN and Inc., University Library’s digital project incubator, graduates first class

The Office of Digital Research and Scholarship has completed its first iteration of the Project Enhancement Network and Incubator (PEN & Inc.) This 7-week, structured program took the participants through phases of project planning and development. The incubator was a dedicated space and time to explore the issues related to doing digital scholarship projects, including copyrights/risk... Read More

Dr. Richard Urban joins the Office of Digital Research and Scholarship as first Faculty in Residence

The FSU Libraries’ Office of Digital Research and Scholarship (DRS) is proud to announce Dr. Richard Urban, assistant professor in the FSU School of Information (iSchool), will join the office as a Faculty in Residence, the first in a promising model of collaborative research.

"The Office of Digital Research and Scholarship is making important contributions to scholarly communications... Read More

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