STARS supports UNCG faculty and students in developing their research and teaching using digital technologies. STARS provides a variety of services including training, consultations, and tools for creating and preserving digital scholarship across the disciplines.

Our team can help you with digital scholarship projects such as:

  • Building digital collections
  • Designing digital humanities projects
  • Training with digital scholarship tools and resources
  • Helping with data management and data workflow planning
  • Advising on data archiving and metadata development
  • Supporting and advising on open access publishing projects

We also have several future services planned, including:

  • Creating visualizations of your research on interactive platforms
  • Generating projects using geospatial data

Digital Scholarship Task Force

  • Richard Cox, Digital Technology Consultant; co-chair
  • Lynda Kellam, Social Sciences Data Librarian, Assoc. Professor; co-chair
  • Beth Bernhardt, Assistant Dean for Collection Management and Scholarly Communications, Assoc. Professor
  • Anna Craft, Coordinator of Metadata Services, Assoc. Professor
  • David Gwynn, Digital Projects Coordinator, Assoc. Professor
  • Jo Klein, Geospatial & Data Visualization Librarian, Asst. Professor
  • Beth Ann Koelsch, Curator, Women Veterans Historical Project, Assoc. Professor
  • Erin Lawrimore, University Archivist, Assoc. Professor
  • Maggie Murphy, First-Year Instruction/Humanities, Asst. Professor