The Rowan University Libraries Digital Scholarship Center (DSC) is a vital collaborator for faculty, staff, and students to help empower and support experiential learning, innovation, creative and research activities, and the development of engaging digital scholarship products and unique educational experiences. The DSC is a collaborative and inclusive space open to all academic programs, and it intends to advance and extend creativity, learning, research, publishing, scholarly communication, and teaching at Rowan University.
We offer a wide variety of services including:
Assisting students and faculty with building, publishing, and curating sustainable digital scholarship projects
Developing and curating sustainable and freely accessible digital archives and interactive collections of educational material
Developing cross-department collaborations and community-driven learning groups and experiences
Developing experiential learning opportunities through real-world projects and interaction with the wider community
Offering a wide variety of workshops and "talks" that extend creativity, learning, research, and publishing
Access to computers and equipment, which can be reserved for an individual and small groups
Support for student entrepreneurial startup and research groups
Building and publishing learning resources that support project development and course projects
The DSC's computer facility is generally available during all of the Library’s regular hours; however, during special events, such as workshops or lectures we may temporarily close the Center. These events and times will be posted in the DSC the days leading up to the event. During the academic year, the available staffing hours may vary according to mid-terms, exam schedules and the availability of student support staff. The DSC may not be staffed over the summer, spring break or winter break.
We are located in Campbell Library, 3rd floor, room 343.
The Rowan Public Art digital scholarship project was designed as an educational resource to explore campus public art and to inspire course projects, research, and creative development. If you would like to collaborate on a course or research project related to public art please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Glassboro Summit Collection includes the digital archives of the historic summit that took place between President Lyndon B. Johnson and Premier Aleksei Kosygin from June 23 through the 25th in 1967. This digital archive includes images, documents, oral histories, and audio of the events that took place.
An interactive version of Dr. Robert D. Boles entire book, Summit at Hollybush.