Digital Scholarship at Clemson consists of a suite of services designed both to help Clemson researchers increase the impact of their works through open online dissemination, and to create new digital objects to further expand the possibilities of digitally-oriented research.
This team collaborates closely with librarians, faculty, students, and other academic units to lead and facilitate efforts on teaching and outreach for the learning technologies, advanced software, and high-tech spaces available at Clemson Libraries—including the Adobe Digital Studio and Brown Room.
The Programming team in the Library Technology unit is responsible for providing support for the many web sites and applications used by and for the Clemson University Libraries.
Richard Kyle and Paul Best along with their student assistants are the first point of contact for IT issues in the Libraries. If you aren’t sure who your support ticket should go to, contact Richard or Paul.