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Workshops & Presentations
AR/VR/MR Community of Practice
by Carolyn Klotzbach-Russell Last Updated Mar 10, 2022 292 views this year
Automation, Algorithms, and Bias, from Settler Colonialism through the Future of Auditing
by Stacy Snyder Last Updated Mar 22, 2022 214 views this year
by Karlen Chase Last Updated Sep 7, 2021 530 views this year
by Carolyn Klotzbach-Russell Last Updated Apr 25, 2022 2073 views this year
by Stacy Snyder Last Updated Mar 29, 2022 489 views this year
by Natalia Estrada Last Updated Mar 28, 2022 809 views this year
Digital Scholarship @ UB
by Natalia Estrada Last Updated Sep 1, 2022 509 views this year
Open Access Publishing
by Jonathan Grunert Last Updated Sep 30, 2022 413 views this year
What is Digital Scholarship?
Digital scholarship is not a unified approach to research, teaching, or scholarly publishing, but in general it refers to the use of digital tools and methods in order to ask new research questions, to provide new insights into data using computational methods, to support critical engagement in the classroom, or to communicate the results of scholarship using interactive, multimedia platforms.
The Digital Scholarship Studio and Network, which opened Fall 2019 on the 3rd floor of Lockwood Library, serves as a hub connecting the diverse communities at UB who engage with digital tools and methodologies in their research, teaching, and publishing. We offer consultations on digital scholarship projects and working with humanities and social sciences data, and we host workshops and other events that bring together folks working across disciplines on digital scholarship projects and methodologies.
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