The Network for New Media, Religion and Digital Culture Studies is looking to help facilitate the work of students and scholars by aiding in the development of
research-oriented databases related to scholarship in religion and new media. Proposals are invited for database projects to be housed on the “Researcher’s Toolbox” section of the Network for New Media, Religion and Digital Culture Studies website (http://digitalreligion.tamu.edu/toolbox).
Database projects should be related to focused research studies on an aspect of religion and new media (i.e. the categorization and identification of Hindu cybertemples, a database for analyzing the mission and aims of Jewish websites, analysis?of religious social media strategies,?etc.) and the database creation component framed as integral part of the data collection and analysis of the given area of research.