Digital scholarship is the use of digital methods and tools in research, teaching, and learning. It can include any combination of methods like data curation and transformation, visualization, text analysis, digitization, digital mapping or GIS, and machine learning. It can also include less data intensive methods such as publishing scholarly editions of canonical texts, digital storytelling and curating digital exhibits. Our level of support will depend on the specific needs of a given project or course, available staff and external sources of funding. Please contact Jody Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.