The Duke University Libraries Digital Strategies and Technology division provides technology services for faculty, staff, researchers, and students for the discovery of library and information resources, research data, publications, GIS/map data, digital preservation, DukeSpace, and the Duke Digital Repository. Through partnerships across the University, we consult, design, develop, teach, and implement digital strategies in the areas of assessment and user experience, collaboration, research, and technology, research data curation, digital production and collections, data science, data analytics and visualization, and more.
Who We Are
Tim McGeary, Associate University Librarian for Digital Strategies and Technology
There are eight departments and centers within Digital Strategies and Technology: