The Digital Scholarship Hub in the Richard J. Daley Library was developed to provide a greater digital scholarship presence on the UIC campus. Visitors to the Hub can meet with librarians and Digital Humanities Initiative staff members for help with digital humanities, digital scholarship, digital publishing, GIS (geographic information system) and other projects.
Equipment and software available at the Hub include GIS data visualization displays, 3D printers, a sewing machine, computers outfitted with software for data and text mining, scanning and prototyping technologies, and a laser cutter. The laboratory is available to faculty, staff and students involved in digital scholarship and object creation.
The Hub is open Monday to Thursday 10:00 a.m to 5 p.m; Friday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 pm.
The UIC Library provides access to space, equipment, and software to help you create and publish digital scholarship projects.
UIC’s digital repository
Journals published by the UIC Library
Guides and tutorials on scholarly communication, data, and digital scholarship topics.
- ORCID Author Identifiers
- Digital Scholarship
- Digital Humanities
- Data Management
- Publishing, Scholarly Communication, and Open Access: Overview & Issues
- Copyright and Fair Use
- Measuring Your Impact: Impact Factor, Citation Analysis, and other Metrics
- Selecting Publication Venues: Where to Publish?