Support for all things digital
If you're interested in using digital tools to enhance scholarship, we can help in many ways.
Have an idea but don’t know how to get started?
Whether you’re looking to create maps, a blog, a digital exhibit, a collection of digital documents, images, or other objects, or to publish to the web, we can help. We provide training, expertise, and other resources to help you plan, develop, and complete your project.
Want to incorporate digital humanities or scholarship into a course?
We’ll help you develop individual or group assignments, work with you and your students to provide the right level of support, and make sure that the technological experience works in service of your teaching goals.
Need technical help?
We provide access to digitization/scanning equipment, help with metadata, and consult on issues of copyright and fair use. We help maintain common standards for your digitized material to ensure interoperability and the future-friendliness of your data. We also help identify the most appropriate storage and management systems for your collection.
Want to learn more about a specific tool?
We provide expertise and training for a variety of digital tools. If you’re not sure which tool is right for your project, we can help you explore options and make an informed decision. We provide support for tools like Wordpress, Omeka, and Drupal, GIS software, data visualization with Tableau Public, and more.
Looking for resources or funding beyond the Haverford community?
Let us help connect you with expertise around the Tricollege and beyond. We can also help you find and secure funding for your project.
Need somewhere to host a project?
We offer web hosting and other site maintenance services, while giving you full access to your content. From simple websites, blogs, exhibits, and databases to complex and robust digital projects, your content is safe and available to your audience whether it's the Haverford community, Tricollege, or the world.
Digital Scholarship @HaverfordCollege (.iba, .pdf), is a collection of interviews in the form of an iBook. These conversations were prompted by digital scholarship projects led by Haverford faculty and staff: Professors Shannon Mudd, Richard Freedman, Bret Mulligan, Assistant Director of Tri-co DH Jen Rajchel, and DS librarians Laurie Allen and Mike Zarafonetis. Authored by Shahzeen Nasim.