Brown Digital Repository

Online platform for discovering, publishing, archiving and publishing digital projects, metadata, and instructional and research content created by Brown faculty, staff, and students.

Center for Digital Scholarship

The Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS) supports teaching, learning, and research activities that use digital technologies.

Citation Management

Software download and online instructions for EndNote, Mendeley, or Zotero. Training workshops through the library are also available.

Data Management

Help with writing data management plans for grant proposals and support for the retention and dissemination of data and research output.

Data Visualization

Center for Computation and Visualization (CCV) provides high-end visualization services through several facilities including two immersive virtual reality labs: the CAVE and the YURT. Center for Digital Scholarship offers consultation in data visualization, email [email protected].

Digital Research Methods

Incorporate digital methods into your teaching. Contact the Center for Digital Scholarship to discuss using GIS/text analysis/visualization in your course and available teaching spaces.

GIS and Storymap

Software suite and workshops for visualizing spatial data. Training and support available through the Library or attend the S4 GIS Institute.

Lab Notebooks

Cloud-based Electronic Lab Notebook for instructors and students to input and organize laboratory data and collaborate. For use in a wide variety of laboratories.  [email protected]

Library Research Instruction

Workshops support student learning and course-specific instruction cover the use of digital and other information resources in your course.

Research and Data questions

A wide array of data sets are available from the Library. Subject librarians are available to answer research questions from students and faculty. The Center for Digital Scholarship handles scholarly research support for faculty for academic digital projects.

Research Consultations

Meet with a subject librarian to explore research materials, evaluate sources, or seek advice on tools and publication.