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The Libraries celebrate World Digital Preservation Day on November 3, 2022. Organized by the Digital Preservation Coalition, World Preservation Day is supported by digital preservation networks around the globe. This year’s theme is “Data For All, For Good, Forever.”  Digital ...

Immigrants Wake America begins with the voice of Kathryn Lloyd, Senior Director of Programs at the Tenement Museum in New York City talking about the complexities of individual stories and how quickly they can grow into complicated histories of family ...

As the fall semester gets started, the libraries’ Digital Scholarship team, located within the department of Digital Initiatives, is excited to promote new spaces and services. Last semester the Digital Scholarship added a new team member, Ruth Carpenter. As the ...

Amy Gay, Assistant Head of Digital Initiatives for Digital Scholarship, has been selected as a fellow in the SPARC Open Education Leadership Program, an intensive professional development program to empower academic professionals with the knowledge, skills and community connections to ...

TAE Citizenship, Rights and Cultural Belonging Working Papers Series Published in the Libraries’ Open Repository @ Binghamton  In partnership with the Citizenship, Rights and Cultural Belonging Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence (TAE), the Libraries are publishing their Working Paper Series on ...

Following more than a year of negotiations, SUNY and Elsevier could not reach mutually acceptable terms on renewing our license to all Elsevier ScienceDirect journals “known as the big deal” – to learn more read SUNY Plans to Cancel ScienceDirect Big ...

Binghamton University’s institutional repository, the ORB, is an open platform where faculty, students and university affiliates can share their scholarly works for increased discoverability and access. For students, it is a great place to share the hard work and expertise ...

In March 2018, Dr. John S. Bay, professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and associate dean for research and graduate studies for the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science, added a book he authored, Fundamentals of Linear State ...

In February 2018, Óscar Gil-García added an insightful photo collection called the “Guatemalan Forced Migration” to the Libraries’ Open Repository at Binghamton, The ORB, with descriptions written in both English and Spanish. The photographic exhibition Guatemalan forced migration: the politics ...

We are pleased to announce that Gobernar: The Journal of Latin American Public Policy and Governance has published its inaugural issue on The Open Repository @ Binghamton (The ORB), the Libraries’ open publishing and scholarly works platform. The inaugural issue ...