The Teach with Digital Scholarship Program is designed to help faculty integrate computational research methods, or hands on technical literacy into the classroom. Through a step-by-step assessment of research and learning goals, DS staff assist with designing assignment and literacies that enhance and elevate existing curriculum. Such literacies include, but are not limited to, blogging and web publishing, podcasting, GIS mapping, social network analysis, 3D printing, augmented and virtual reality, and more.

Our Consultation Process:

Once you submit a form, you can expect to hear from a librarian within a week to schedule an initial consultation. During the consultation, please feel free to share project ideas, scope, samples, and some learning objectives and goals. We will work together to identify a timeline and workflow, as well as workshops and training required to achieve your goals. In some cases, typically multi-year projects, we will discuss drafting a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU will be designed to outline the project goals and objectives, expectations, and length of the project. 

Interested in the Teach with DS Program, or learning more about collaborating with DS?

Please fill out this Google form to schedule a consultation.

Previous Participants


  • Immigration Politics: Rights, Frames, and Advocacy (HRTSS 4250): Ted Perlmutter, Institute for the Study of Human Rights
  • 19th-Century Cities in Literature: Paris, Manchester, London (CLENW 3851): Sharon Marcus, Department of English
  • Social Media and Human Rights (HRTSGU 4270): Ted Perlmutter, Institute for the Study of Human Rights
  • Shoe Leather – Multi-Casting Investigative Techniques (J6002-039): Joanne Faryon, Journalism School


  • Mobility and Identity in the Roman World (HIST3023): Sailakshmi Ramgopal, Department of History
  • Social Media and Human Rights (HRTSGU4270): Ted Perlmutter, Institute for the Study of Human Rights
  • Politics of History and Reconciliation (INAFU8189): Elazar Barkan, School of International and Public Affairs
  • Human Rights Research and Reporting (INAFU6489): Iain Levine, School of International and Public Affairs
  • History in Action: Age of the Pandemic (HISTGR6903): Matt Jones, Department of History
  • MA Thesis Regional Studies Seminar (G4020): Elise Giuliano, Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies
  • Biochemistry I Structure/Metabolism (BIOCW4501): Brent Stockwell, Department of Biological Sciences
  • Race, Caste, and the University (BC3825): Anupama Rao, Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies
  • Shoe Leather – Multi-Casting Investigative Techniques (J6002-039): Joanne Farian, Journalism School
  • Global Urban History of Housing Justice (HIST UN3241): Amy Chazkel, Department of History
  • Curating Oral History (OHMA G4021): Amy Starecheski, Oral History
  • Contemporary Civilizations (CC1101 and CC1102): Leah Aronowski, Rebecca Pawel, Joshua Donovan, CC Core Curriculum
  • Literature Humanities (HUMA CC1002): Lisa Hollibaugh, CC Core Curriculum
  • Facing the Violent Past (HRTSGU4750): Ariella Lang and Karen Murphy, Human Rights Studies