There are many definitions for digital scholarship. One way to think about digital scholarship is the use of digital evidence and method, digital authoring, digital publishing, digital curation and preservation, and digital use and reuse of scholarship (Abby Smith Rumsey, "New-Model Scholarly Communication: Road Map for Change.")
This guide provides a basic introduction to finding digital scholarship tools, communities, and support. Curious about digital scholarship, have an idea, or are stuck on how to get started? Contact Alix Keener, the Digital Scholarship Librarian, with any questions.
There are a selection of digital research tools in this guide under each of the project-based tabs. However, there are many, many more tools out there beyond our suggestions--check out the DiRT page to explore the options!