Behind the Curtain: The Collaborative Core of Digital Scholarship

Behind the Curtain: The Collaborative Core of Digital Scholarship

In 2017, Bucknell University’s Library and Information Technology celebrates 20 years as a merged organization. In our fall edition of The Next Page, we look at ways that the merger has created opportunities for innovative work. As the head of the Digital Scholarship Program at Bucknell, I took the opportunity to reflect on the range of support and expertise offered by my colleagues across L&IT. While Digital […]

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Digital Scholarship at Bucknell

Digital Scholarship at Bucknell

This post originally appeared as part of the Member Update series for the Digital Library Federation on February 23, 2015. This Member Update was provided by Param Bedi, Vice President for Library & Information Technology, Matt Gardzina, Director for Instructional Technology, and Emily Sherwood, CLIR Postdoc for Digital Scholarship, Bucknell University. At Bucknell University “Digital Scholarship” is defined as any scholarly activity that makes extensive use of […]

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RHS 2014 Graduation Speech

RHS 2014 Graduation Speech

On Tuesday, June 10, 2014, there was a shooting at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Oregon. Emilio Hoffman, a freshman, was killed when he came upon the shooter in the locker room. PE teacher Todd Rispler was grazed by a bullet when he went to alert the rest of the school of the presence of the gunman. The gunman, also a student at Reynolds, killed himself […]

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Editing Shakespeare for the Web

Editing Shakespeare for the Web

This post originally appeared in Upstart: Essays and Conversations About Early Modern English Studies, on March 29, 2013. Early Thursday morning—okay not that early, but the coffee hadn’t quite permeated my system, yet—I sat in as an auditor on Jeremy Ehrlich’s workshop on “Editing Shakespeare for the Web.” Happily for me, there were several familiar faces as participants and auditors; overall, it was a good […]

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