Our faculty, staff, and students have a wide range of interests in the digital scholarship realm. We have narrowed down that range to the eleven interest areas you see below.
When you click on any of these areas, you will be taken to a page that lists the people who have told us they are involved in that area. You will see there each person’s affiliation and contact information, as well as more detailed information about their interests.
The purpose of this list is to match up people with similar interests, or to help people locate others who may help in some aspect of their project.
If you would like to be included, and are part of the UB community, please complete the Digital Scholarship Studio and Network Interest Inventory.
The DSSN does not provide standard IT support. For information about who you might contact for IT support in your areas, see Distributed IT Leadership: Colleges and Schools. Faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences: if you are developing a new project or seeking to migrate a project from another university’s server to UB, contact Martin Camacho, Assistant Dean for Technology at email@example.com.
If you are looking for support or assistance for a digital research project that is not available through your college/school or through UBIT, please let us know about it. We may not be able to provide that assistance but we will help you think about other resources or ways to find funding for the support.