Digital Scholarship

Our Digital Scholarship Services create a community of practice for research and creative activities, opening new possibilities by extending traditional methods of research and pedagogy through application of new technologies and digital media to advance the teaching and learning processes. This includes, but is not limited to, pedagogical digital projects, working with data (cleaning, management, visualization, and analysis), digital publishing, and more. Interested in staying up-to-date on digital scholarship at Binghamton? Sign-up to receive our newsletter and view past issues to learn more about our upcoming workshops, events, project highlights, and what's happening across the various digital scholarship communities on campus.

Digital Scholarship Services and Projects

Workshops and Trainings

The Binghamton Digital Humanities Research Institute (DHRI) is a training offered to faculty and graduate students who are interested in new technologies and integrated innovative computational methods with long-standing approaches to the study of literature, art, culture and society. It is held bi-yearly and coordinated by the Digital Scholarship team. 

 Group photo showing DHRI attendess from 2019.

Workshops for Spring 2024

The Digitial Scholarship team is running three workshop series this Spring. Learn more about them and register for sessions through the links below. 

WordPress Start -> Website

Bi-weekly Thursdays 11:40am - 1:05 pm |pilot Digital Scholarship Center, SL 209

Build a WordPress site from beginning to end in this series of workshops, or drop in when you can to learn tips and tricks for working with WordPress’s block editor. The series leads participants through the necessary steps for creating and comfortably managing a WordPress site and attending each session will result in a finalized website, but feel free to drop-in to whichever sessions you might find valuable.

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Data Visualization: Fill Your Toolbox 

Bi-weekly Tuesdays 1:10 - 2:40pm |pilot Digital Scholarship Center, SL 209

Find the best data visualization tools for your research by exploring a wide variety of approaches including Tableau, ggplot2 in R, and our suite of text analysis tools. Grow your skills with each class or drop in at your own pace.

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Digital Humanities Lunch and Learn 

Last Tuesdays of the month, noon - 1p.m. |pilot Digital Scholarship Center, SL 209

Explore new tools and methods for managing digital humanities projects including project management, data management, and design principles. Bring your own lunch and come learn and chat with us!

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More Spring Events

Digital Scholarship Spring Kick-off Networking Lunch

Friday, February 2, noon - 2pm |pilot Digital Scholarship Center, SL 209

Hungry for inspiration? Interested in concocting with others across campus? Come, eat lunch, and connect with other Digital Scholars to celebrate the beginning of the spring semester. 

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Dear Data Exhibit Opening and Draw-in: Love Data Week Activity

Wednesday, Februrary 2, 1 - 4pm |Fine Arts Entrance, Bartle Library

Stop by the new Dear Data Exhibit and learn more about data visualization and design. While you're there create a data keepsake and grab a snack! This event is part of Love Data Week and is also kickstarting Dear Data's semester of events.

Learn more about Dear Data here

Dear Data: Draw-Ins (create a data keepsake!) 

Thursday, Februrary 29, 3 - 4pm |pilot Digital Scholarship Center, SL 209

Wednesday, March 27, 2 - 3pm|pilot Digital Scholarship Center, SL 209

Tuesday, April 16, 2 - 3pm|pilot Digital Scholarship Center, SL 209

Come learn about data visualization and design and create a data keepsake based on data you already carry around with you!

See all Dear Data events and register here

Check out Library Created Resources section of the ORB to view past workshop content and other openly shared resources.

Digital Scholarship Center

With the needs of space, technology, and software increasing, the Libraries are building our first Digital Scholarship Center as part of Bartle Library’s third floor renovation

While our new Center is in development, the Libraries have launched a pilot Digital Scholarship Center located in Science Library, Room 209. Our pilot Center offers space for collaborations, presentations, technology, and software to help view research data, projects, and pedagogy in new innovative ways. In Spring 2021, added as an extension of the Center, the Libraries will have a Recording Studio located on the main floor of Bartle Library. 

Digital Scholarship Center Space Reservation Request 

Schedule a Consultation

If you are interested in applying any of the above or learning how to get started with integrating digital scholarship into your projects, research, or courses, schedule a consultation with our Digital Scholarship team.

Contact Digital Scholarship Librarian