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Fall 2022 Digital Scholarship Drop-In Hours

Curious about Digital Scholarship? Have an idea for a digital research project?  Want to build a website but don’t know where to start?  Swing by the Carpenter Library Digital Media & Collaboration Lab for Digital Scholarship Drop-In Hours every Thursday 12:00 – 2:00 pm to learn more about digital tools and methods such as web […]

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Apply for DS Graduate Fellows Program

Apply Now The Digital Scholarship Graduate Fellows program is an opportunity for Bryn Mawr graduate students to build digital skills and explore interdisciplinary research. Fellows participate in a bi-weekly community of learning, where they gain familiarity with a range of digital scholarship tools, skills, and methods, and bring disciplinary knowledge to bear on conversations about […]

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A Summer of Growth: Python, Text Mining, and the Summer Fellows Program

I owe a summer (and beyond) of growth to the Daily Digest. Yes, the Daily Digest, Bryn Mawr’s e-newsletter that arrives in our Outlook inboxes shortly after midnight and seems too long to read through. As an anxious first year in the fall of 2020, I found the amount of information in each newsletter to […]

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WordPress Website Week 2022

Do you want to create your own website, but don’t know where to start? Are you looking to boost your web publishing skills? Join Digital Scholarship and LITS for WordPress Website Week, a celebration of website making powered by WordPress– A tool and resource for web publishing available to the Bryn Mawr community for free through Domain […]

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Douglass Day 2022

On Friday, February 14, 2022, thousands of people will celebrate Douglass Day, an annual event held to celebrate the birthday of Frederick Douglass. LITS will be hosting a viewing of the Douglass Day events both in Dalton 20 and also remotely over Zoom from 12:00 – 3:00 PM. This hybrid event will be a combination […]

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Transcribe-a-thon Honors Black History on Douglass Day 2021

On February 12 and 14, 2021, thousands of people will celebrate Douglass Day. The event marks the chosen birthday of Frederick Douglass by inviting members of the public to join an online crowdsourcing project. It’s a way to celebrate Black History Month with a digital twist! This year’s project focuses on the papers of Mary […]

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Spring 2021 Digital Scholarship Workshops

Practical Geographic Information Systems (GIS): A Workshop Series Instructor: Zachary Silvia Date & Time: February 20, 2021; March 6, 2021; March 20, 2021; April 3, 2021; 12:00 – 2:30 pm Location: Zoom This workshop is the first in a series of four sessions aimed towards promoting the use of Geographic Imaging Systems (GIS) in the […]

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Hack the TriCo 2021: Feb 2 & 3

Join us next week on Tuesday, Feb 2nd & Wed, Feb 3rd for our annual Tri-Co Hackathon! Please register here by Sunday, Jan 31st if you’d like to attend. About the TriCo Hackathon THE EVENT The Tri-Co Hackathon aims to bring teams of students from Haverford, Swarthmore, and Bryn Mawr together in collaborative learning through […]

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Representing Digital Histories and Overcoming My Fear of Computer Science

One of the main components of the Digital Scholarship Summer Fellows Program (DSSF) that drew me to apply was the archival research that I would be able to do. The past semester I had taken an introductory Museum Studies course where I worked in the archives to create an exhibition proposal. My group and I […]

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Tangential Stories; Avoiding (some of) the Rabbit Holes of Research

Peyton Moriarty (’21), Digital Scholarship Summer Fellow This summer’s DSSF project, ‘24 ‘31 Students Study Race, rolls together education, funding, collaboration, and the highlighting of important events in Bryn Mawr’s past which are intensely relevant to the institution today. In pursuit of that past, our group conducted extensive research. Due to the pandemic situation, our research […]