Emory Resources

In addition to LGS programming, students can connect to other units at Emory to develop their professional skills. Scroll down or click on a resource below for a brief description and how you can connect.

  • Center for Faculty Development and Excellence:Supported by the Office of the Provost, the CFDE offers consultations as well as seminars, workshops, presentations, funding opportunities, and online resources on a diverse set of topics focused on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; research, writing, and publishing; and professional development.
  • Emory Center for Digital Scholarship: The multidisciplinary ECDS staff of technologists, librarians, faculty, curriculum designers, and students provide consulting expertise, project coordination, and a technology-rich collaborative space for faculty, staff, and students to incorporate digital tools and methods into research, teaching, and publishing. 
  • Emory Writing Center: EWC fellows and tutors can assist with a wide variety of projects, including seminar papers, dissertation chapters, conference proposals, articles, posters, abstracts, grants, job application materials, and teaching documents. Individualized consultations equip graduate students with strategies and resources they can use as they brainstorm write, revise, and edit on their own. Learn more about EWC and make an appointment by visiting the EWC website.
  • Archives Research Program:The Archives Research Program is for graduate students interested in strengthening their skills in using and understanding archives and special collections. The program is a collaborative program of the Robert W. Woodruff Library, the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives & Rare Book Library and LGS.

Libraries and Information Technology

Emory's Library & Information Technology Services (LITS) is the umbrella that provides support to LGS students in their roles as researchers, students, instructors. This includes both IT support and Library resources to aid both research and learning. Both one-on-one support and workshops are available.

  • The Teaching & Learning Technologies team supports the campus learning management system (Blackboard/Canvas), but can also work with graduate students and graduate teaching assistants in selecting and using technologies to solve problems, communicate with others, and present ideas. 
  • Student Digital Life: The TechLab offers an area for new technologies to be introduced to the campus and evaluated for their use in academic life. Various technologies, including 3D printing and 3D scanning, are now available in the TechLab. Students are encouraged to stop by to experiment with the technology and to partner with our staff to develop academic projects that incorporate these emerging technologies. MediaLab provides resources and technology for graphic design, video, audio, and image post production, web development, and 3D modeling. Instruction available for student groups, graduate students and faculty who wish to teach a small or large group of students (up to 18) how to use any of the installed software.