As a new form of scholarship in the 21st century, digital scholarship research is increasingly embraced by scholars not just in arts and humanities, but also in sciences and social sciences. The Library is keen to support the University faculty and researchers to incorporate digital scholarship tools and methodology into their research.
What is digital scholarship? This term is still subject to different interpretations. At CUHK, the Library intends to support the use and reuse of digital evidence, digital tools, methods, and processes to help faculty, researchers and postgraduate students to accomplish their scholarly research.
In collaboration with faculty and researchers of the University, we provide services, online platform, cutting-edge space, tools, training, consultation and advice to support and promote digital scholarship research at the University through the entire research life cycle including digital humanities projects, open access initiatives, digitization, online repositories, research portal, research data management, digital curation, digital publishing, digital archiving, digital preservation, and any forms of e-Research.