Baylor’s Digital Scholarship Librarians, Ben Johansen and Megan Martinsen, are available to assist all faculty and students with using digital tools to ask/answer research questions in new ways and create narratives with data.
The DS Librarians offer in-class introductions to DS methods and tools tailored to a specific discipline as well as library workshops on DS methods and tools.
The DS Librarians are happy to offer recommendations and tutorials for the best digital tool for your project.
The DS librarians can provide guidance at any stage of a Digital Scholarship project. From inception to final touches.
Google My Maps allows you to put custom markers (including text, images and videos) on a google map.
Carto is a powerful web based GIS tool with a robust free option.
Node XL is template for Excel. Available in both a paid and free version. It allows you to pull data from Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, emails, and more and visualize the resulting network.
Palladio is a web-based tool designed with Humanists in mind. It allows you to visualize and map data imported via .csv file.