Our Research Agenda
The Office of Digital Research and Scholarship is invested in exploring several specific topics. These topics guide the types of work we do—the projects we work on, the research we conduct, and the activities that we participate in every day.
We promote digital literacy in various forms. Specifically, we study digital knowledge production in the classroom and beyond. We research new ways to expand the digital competencies of the campus community.
NEW MODES OF SCHOLARLY PRODUCTION
We explore the new ways that research is conducted and disseminated in a digital-centric environment.
We are fully committed to openness in higher education. We make our materials, tools, and data as openly available and as readily accessible as possible, across many access points.
INFRASTRUCTURE OF DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP
We examine and interrogate the tools and methods for project development and implementation that facilitate the sustainability and long-term success of digital projects.
Stanley, Sarah, et al. “Updating TaDiRAH: Proposing a Taxonomy of Digital Scholarship in Libraries.” OSF, 11 Jan. 2019.
Rodriguez, Dave. "Introduction to Audiovisual Transcoding, Editing, and Color Analysis with FFmpeg." The Programming Historian, 2018.
Hunter, Matthew. "Against Modules: Using Zotero as a Learner-centered Course Management Tool." Florida Association of College and Research Libraries, October, 2018. Conference presentation.
Roehrig, Alysia D., et al. “Changing the Default to Support Open Access to Education Research.” Educational Researcher, vol. 47, no. 7, Oct. 2018, pp. 465–473, doi: 10.3102/0013189X18782974.
Soper, Devin, et al. "Expediting OER on Campus: A Multifaceted Approach." The Evolution of Affordable Content Efforts in the Higher Education Environment: Programs, Case Studies, and Examples, edited by Kristi Jensen and Shane Nackerud, University of Minnesota Libraries, 2018. doi: 10.24926/86666.0101.
Hunter, Matthew, et al. "Balancing Vendor Collaborations for Sustainable Library Publishing. " Library Publising Forum, May 2018. Conference panel.
Rodriguez, Dave. "Introduction to FFmpeg." March, 2018. Presentation.
Rodriguez, Dave. "Introduction to AV Codecs & Containers." March, 2018. Presentation.
Soper, Devin. "On passing an open access policy at Florida State University: From outreach to implementation." College and Research Libraries News, vol. 78, no. 8, Sept. 2017. doi: 10.5860/crln.78.8.432.
Stanley, Sarah. "Why is Digital Humanities?" scatherinestanley.us, June 21, 2017. Blog post.
Mortiz, Carolyn, et al. "De-centering and re-centering digital scholarship: A manifesto." Journal of New Librarianship, vol. 2, no. 2, 2017. doi: 10.21173/newlibs/3/2.
Rodriguez, Dave. "AV in DH: State of the Field." 2017. Presentation.
Stanley, Sarah, and Matthew Hunter. "The Adoption of STEM Praxis in the Digital Humanities." Keystone Digital Humanities, June, 2016. Conference presentation.
Stanley, Sarah, and Micah Vandegrift. "Cross-disciplinarity at the Crossroads." Special issue of dh+lib, 2016.