The Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS) works with the faculty, students, and staff of Columbia University and its affiliates to increase the utility and impact of their research and scholarship. We offer a plethora of partnership opportunities: Columbia’s institutional repository Academic Commons, the Scholarly Communication Program (including research data management services), our publications services (including special projects), conference services, video services, and Wikischolars.
Our mission is to increase the utility and impact of research produced at Columbia by creating, adapting, implementing, supporting, and sustaining innovative digital tools and publishing platforms for content delivery, discovery, analysis, data curation, and preservation. In pursuit of that mission, we also engage in extensive outreach, education, and advocacy to ensure that the scholarly work produced at Columbia University has a global reach and accelerates the pace of research across disciplines.
CDRS, led by Rebecca Kennison, is one of six entities that comprise the Digital Programs and Technology Services branch of Columbia University Libraries/Information Services. The Center was created in July 2007 to address the ongoing evolution of researchers’ and scholars’ needs as new technologies, policies, and systems of knowledge support arise.
Keep up to date with the latest from CDRS:
- @ColumbiaCDRS for CDRS news
- @ResearchAtCU for Academic Commons
- @ScholarlyComm for the Scholarly Communication Program
- @DataAtCU for research data at Columbia
NYC Digital Humanities Group (NYCDH)
We’re located at Columbia University’s Morningside Campus (PDF map):
201 Lehman Library
International Affairs Building (SIPA)
420 West 118th Street
New York, NY 10027