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Digital Scholarship refers to new forms of analysis, data visualization, and communication made possible by current and evolving software. Digital Scholarship includes both born-digital materials and the analysis and visualization of texts that were originally print. Support for Digital Scholarship projects is provided by a variety of faculty and staff at the university, including personnel at ECU Libraries.
TAPoR3 is a curated list of digital scholarship tools that was developed by the Arts Resource Center at the University of Alberta. Searching by keyword, category and curated lists makes finding things fun and easy, plus, discovering new tools is a happy by-product of searching. When last we looked, there were over 1,600 tools listed on TAPoR3, so it’s quite extensive. It is also international in nature.