The Digital Scholars group at FSU has members from various walks and ranks: senior to junior faculty members and IT staff and graduate students and librarians and administrators representing a range of departments, programs, and units at FSU, including:

  • Classics
  • Computational Science
  • English
  • FSU Libraries
  • History
  • History of Text Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary Computing
  • Modern Languages and Linguistics
  • Office of Digital Research and Scholarship
  • PIH Digital Humanities Track
  • Religion
  • Rhetoric and Composition
  • School of Library and Information Studies

Our members are involved in research, study, and applied projects in a variety of areas, including:

  • data work and data analysis
  • digitization and creation of archives
  • digital pedagogy
  • digital rhetoric
  • distributed knowledge platforms
  • GIS and the spatial humanities
  • historiography
  • library resources and open access
  • multimodal composition
  • online curation and exhibition software
  • prosopography
  • social and historical networking
  • text analysis
  • visualization