This page is dedicated to the advancement of digital and emerging scholarship at the College of the Holy Cross. Here, you can find information about the growing Digital Scholarship and Humanities community on campus.
A Growing Community
The digital and emerging scholarship community at Holy Cross is full of innovative people, projects, and ideas. More and more faculty members are pursuing digital-based projects to aid and promote their research. Here at Dinand Library, we are dedicated to supporting this scholarship through pooling local resources, providing consultations, and bringing together a community of like-minded individuals through on-campus events.
For more resources, tools, and tips on building out your digital projects, storing your research data, and web hosting support, visit the Guide to... Digital and Emerging Scholarship.
Faculty and student scholarship, as well as selected content from the College Archives and Special Collections, can be found online at CrossWorks, our institutional repository:
Featured Faculty Projects
For a full list of faculty members who are engaged with Digital and Emerging Scholarship work, please visit the DES Campus Community page.
HC Digital Scholarship in the News
October 28, 2020, 5pm
Authors on the Hill with Giovanni Spani
Join us on Zoom to hear more about Giovanni Spani's work on Dante's Florence, an app that guides travelers to often overlooked treasures. Whether you want to know what all the Dante plaques and markers are telling you, or you’re simply curious about what the city was like at the dawn of the Renaissance, this is the app for you.
Nicole Tantum, Digital and Emerging Scholarship Projects Librarian
- Provides consultations with faculty for:
Lisa Villa, Digital Scholarship Librarian
- Manages our institutional repository, CrossWorks (see policies and submission guidelines here)
- Guidance with copyright and other scholarly communication issues, including Open Access.
- Digital preservation