Wayne Morse is the Co-Director of the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Within ECDS, Wayne works with IT and library professionals to develop projects across a wide range of fields -- from art to clinical science -- in the effort to change how scholarly work gets published, curated, and integrated into teaching. Within the center, Wayne works to support ways digital technologies and associated methodologies enhance teaching and research. In his current role, Wayne manages a core team comprised of information technology professionals, librarians, and students. The goal of this blending of cultures is to build on the collective group's strengths while leveraging the differences between both in creating a new institutional model for 21st century digital scholarship. Wayne received his bachelor's of science degree in environmental design from the University of Michigan, and graduated from the University of Dayton with a master's degree in International Affairs and Economics. Wayne is now pursuing a doctorate in education with a focus on e-learning. Wayne has been working in the area of technology-enhanced teaching and research for over 25 years, initially with a corporate focus and since 1997 as part of higher education.