Digital scholarship is the use of digital evidence, methods of inquiry, research, publication and preservation to achieve scholarly and research goals.
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Mellon Summer Digital Scholars Program
For several summers, Muhlenberg College has provided support for students to pursue digital scholarly projects, both in collaboration with faculty and independently.
For more information, see: https://trexlerworks.muhlenberg.edu/sds/