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Digital Research Centre official opening
The Digital Research Centre (DRC) is a partnership between the College of Arts and Science and the University Library.
Date: Thursday, Oct. 24
Time: 2 - 4 pm
Opening remarks: 2 pm
Drop-in visit availability: 2:15 - 4 pm
Location: Murray 228
A partnership between the College of Arts and Science and the University Library, the Digital Research Centre (DRC) supports digital asset management, digital preservation, database creation and support, digital curation and exhibits, digitization, and space for collaboration and learning.
In addition to offering support to digital scholarship researchers, the DRC helps develop library-focused digital initiatives, such as University Archives and Special Collections digitization, and HARVEST, a repository for university research outputs.
You are invited to take this unique opportunity to explore the new space, meet the DRC staff, learn about the grant-funded projects underway and more.
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