Digital Scholarship

Digital scholarship can be defined as a method through which research is furthered. This method includes the use of online data to answer important research questions. In the field of history, resources such as documents, and unpublished manuscripts have been digitized and made available for study on the internet. This improved accessibility presents scholars with more opportunities for research than…

What is Digital Scholarship?

Digital Scholarship can be loosely defined as the attempt to increase the accessibility of sources via digital methods. Those digital methods most often include allowing access to those sources online. This greater access to sources allows for more research and scholarship than ever before. The rise of digital scholarship calls for a rise in interdisciplinary…

Digital Scholarship

“Digital Scholarship” encompasses the latest nomenclature for the growing trend of placing scholarship in a digital format. This broad field can encompass anything from traditional monographs placed in a largely open-access format on the web to archives to projects that illustrate a specific argument to tools that allow the user to engage with the material…

Defining Digital Scholarship

Digital scholarship is the growing branch of academia that centers on the accessibility of discourse and the distribution of sources via the World Wide Web. Because digital scholarship is interdisciplinary, it challenges academicians and their students to produce knowledge with a greater awareness of their readers’ interpretations, agreements, and criticisms. Digital scholarship, therefore, assuages the…