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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 Humanities


Connect with Us

Our Location

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


Meet Us!

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

  • The Percolator: Open office hours
    Every Wednesday 3-5p in the TaDS Commons conference room
  • Digital Scholars
    Meeting time and place varies
  • Various Scholars Commons Events
  • Talk to us on Slack.
    Click the "Create an Account" link under the sign-in box. Registration is only currently allowed for and addresses. If you have another email address (e.g., please contact us.
  • Read our newsletter Let's Get Digital!
  • Tweet at us!

DRS News and Events

Spring into data

Now that our Digital Humanities initiatives are in full swing, DRS is running full speed ahead to build up the "data" part of "research data services." Spring 2017 is all about Data, and we already have a few ideas brewing.

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.

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, including Caribes, Il Secolo, Linked Women Pedagogues, and the Burroughs Archive.

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

The first iteration of the Project Incubator (PEN & Inc.) was completed with participants from History, English and Anthropology. We are accepting applications for the Spring class, which comes with a $500 mini-grant upon completion.

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