Information Services

Events, Training & Research Services

Where to find further information

The programme of activity in the Digital Scholarship Centre is delivered by a number of partners.

Centre for Research Collections

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Digital Research Services and Research Support

The Digital Research Services website offers a single point of access to all the resources available to support data-intensive and computational research at the University of Edinburgh.  Alongside case studies that demonstrate how resources can be used, it holds up to date information on access, requirements and costs, and information about how researchers can develop their digital research skills.

Research Data Service provide a suite of tools and support that helps UofE staff and students be effective with their research data before, during and after their project.

Scholarly Communications  team supports the deposit of new research outputs to PURE, electronic theses and dissertations and making research outputs open access.

Centre for Data, Culture and Society

The Edinburgh Centre for Data, Culture & Society aims to support data-led research across the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. As new technologies enable us to develop novel methods, scale up our questions, and tackle interdisciplinary challenges, research is moving in exciting directions. We will help our community stay at the forefront of developments in data-driven research, and highlight the vital contributions our researchers have to make to contemporary cultural debates and social issues.

You can follow @edcdcs on twitter for regular updates and check out upcoming events on Eventbrite.

Academic Support Librarians

The Academic Support Librarians provide support to staff and students for all matters relating to library services, and provide subject specific guides.

uCreate Studio

The uCreate Studio is the University of Edinburgh's Community Makerspace. Training programmes are delivered throughout the year.

Digital Skills

The Digital Skills and Training team help to develop the digital and information literacy, desktop and IT productivity skills of University staff and students to help them work, research and study more effectively and to support continuing professional development.