The Center for Digital Editing
The Center for Digital Editing (CDE) at the University of Virginia concentrates the resources and expertise necessary to advance the practice of editing and growth of innovative project solutions. The CDE's core focus is on: research and development, engagement, project consultation and development, and education. Learn more about our mission, values, and vision on our About page.
With support from the University of Virginia, the Center for Digital Editing is currently developing partnerships with new and existing editorial projects. Each partnership is established through a thoughtful dialogue focused on identifying, creating, and improving upon the methodologies, tools, and resources needed to make digital projects accessible and engaging. Our current partners include The Papers of Martin Van Buren project, The John Dickinson Writings Project, and The George Washington Financial Papers Project.
How to Get Involved
The Center for Digital Editing is continuously looking to cultivate new conversations and collaborations with editors, digital editing and digital humanities projects, archivists, librarians, scholars, students, and faculty. Each conversation and/or collaboration provides the opportunity for generating fresh ideas and methods essential to the conceptualization and development of future digital editing projects as well as advancement of the field. Please get in touch, we'd like to hear about your project!