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The DePaul University Library Digital Scholarship Group is an interdisciplinary team drawn from several library departments. We partner with faculty, students, and staff at DePaul University and beyond to advance creative expression, teaching, learning, and research in the digital age. We showcase and preserve DePaul scholarly works for the long-term using our
institutional repository, assist in planning and implementing scholarly digital projects, and provide training and consulting in the use of digital tools for education and research. We offer a wide range of support for:
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READING CHICAGO READING: An NEH-funded collaboration between DePaul faculty and librarians that studies reading and circulation patterns of the Chicago Public Library’s annual “One Book, One Chicago” program.
GEOSPATIAL MAPPING WITH OMEKA AND NEATLINE: Two classes from the History Art & Architecture department used Omeka and Neatline in the 2017 spring quarter to provide a visual element to the students’ research efforts.
FRENCH TRANSLATIONS: The Library supported Pascale Anne Brault, PhD to publish student translations online and integrate it with the Library's online Napoleonic-era collection.
DEPAUL DISCOVERIES: DePaul students do great science and we wanted to show the world. The Library worked with the College of Science and Health to publish an online student journal.
MAP OF THE MONTH: Each month one map created by DePaul Geography students is chosen and highlighted on this Geography Department image gallery.