This article profiles a University of North Carolina Greensboro undergraduate research digital humanities opportunity. The authors explain how their faculty‐student‐library team met challenges of generating a digital exhibit while overcoming typical resource constraints. They articulate three sites of applied knowledge the student gained from this research and detail the project design and efforts to call attention to invisible undergraduate research (UR). Such visibility facilitates additional course‐based research opportunities and helps institutional stakeholders imagine further enterprising opportunities for UR despite time and material constraints.

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