The Scholarly Commons has access to experts in the fields of numeric and geographic data analysis, statistical software, copyright and author rights, scholarly communication, textual analysis, data curation, as well as products such as photoshop, acrobat, XML, python and others.
The Scholar Commons and other librarians have created LibGuides. These informative pages can help you plan projects, guide you through particular homework or give you an general overview of a particular subject. They are organized by subject field and can be searched.
The Scholarly Commons has software you can try to see if it is what you need for your project. Small projects can be also be done in the Scholarly Commons. We have a usability study room which offers use of Morae and Silverback for projects. Our software includes the Adobe master collection, Microsoft Office, Optical Character Recognition software, Geographical Information software, and several quantitative/qualitative data analysis programs.
The Scholarly Commons has both PC and Macintosh computers, some configured as ATLAS computers, a sheet fed scanner, a book friendly scanner, an overhead book scanner, and two iPads.
Computer labs operated by CITES (Campus Information Technology and Education Services) and ATLAS (Applied Technologies for Learning in the Arts and Sciences) are open to all University students, staff and faculty.
The Scholarly Commons has put together a selector that can help identify which statistical test is appropriate.