LSA Technology Services is your one-stop shop for tools and assistance to support your research.
The Digital Scholarship pilot service provides web platforms, provides expertise, and connects you with other scholars and resources for Digital Scholarship (DS) and Digital Humanities (DH) teaching and learning, research, and publishing.
If you have audio or video recordings in a difficult to find or obsolete format, Support Services may be able to convert your old media to a digital format for classroom use.
LSA Technology Services has partnered with U-M Information Technology Services to offer up to 100 Terabytes of Turbo Research Storage, and unlimited Data Den Research Archive storage to LSA researchers without cost to the individual or department.
Research Computing & Infrastructure staff provide help utilizing campus-wide and local cluster computing resources for research, including training classes and workshops for the entire U-M community.
Our in-person office hours are regularly scheduled times in locations around campus when we will have subject matter experts in geographic information systems, high performance computing, digital scholarship, and computer programming available for drop-in support.