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One of the most common questions Digital Scholarship librarians can receive is “what is Digital Scholarship?” While information is provided on the Digital Scholarship Libguide, it remains a nebulous term on purpose. Digital Scholarship librarians exist to help with digital ...

The Libraries celebrate World Digital Preservation Day on Thursday, November 2, 2023. Organized by the Digital Preservation Coalition, World Digital Preservation Day is supported by archivist networks around the globe to promote the importance and benefits of digital preservation. Digital ...

Establishing and maintaining academic journals is a significant undertaking. However, digital journals offer a vital platform for collecting and disseminating essential research through open access models. Open access and public scholarship hold the key to making research more accessible to ...

When does data become a story? For Amanda Ortiz, a PhD candidate in the History department, data becomes a story by connecting the dots between people, places and their personal histories. Ortiz studies credit transactions in colonial Latin America investigating ...

A warm welcome to the fall semester from the Digital Scholarship team in the Libraries! After a busy summer, we are excited to welcome everyone back to another great year. We have some highlights from this summer, updates and exciting ...

The Libraries are full of friendly people with useful materials in spaces where everyone is welcome to do classwork, research or just to hang out with friends! In the Libraries, you’ll find books, digital content like eBooks and articles, printers ...

When Liyang Dong, a doctoral candidate in the English Department, first heard about the deaths and prolonged detainment of immigrants stranded aboard the Golden Venture she was pulled into their stories. “I felt very compelled to find a way to ...

In late October, Coleen Watson, host of the Wisdom of the People podcast sat down with six fellow Binghamton residents at the Broome County Public Library to discuss democracy; what’s good about it, what’s bad about it and is it ...

Applications are now open for the third bi-annual Digital Humanities Research Institute (DHRI) at Binghamton University. Hosted by the Binghamton University Libraries on August 7 – 11, 2023, the DHRI is a week-long institute providing hands-on workshops, cohort building and ...

Happy spring semester from the Digital Scholarship team in the Libraries! There is a lot planned in the pilot Digital Scholarship Center and across the digital scholarship community this semester that we’d like to take some time to highlight.  Digital ...