Digital Scholarship

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 […]

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Spring 2020 Digital Scholarship Workshops

Introduction to Adobe Photoshop  Instructor: Andrea Samz-Pustol Date & Time: Thursday, February 13th at 4:30pm Location: Canaday Computing Lab (Room 315) Description: Are you about to turn in a paper or presentation and your images need some editing?  This workshop will teach basic skills such as cropping, color alteration, adding text, removal of text or […]

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Summer 2020 DS Project Assistant Jobs

We invite current Bryn Mawr students to apply for a paid, six-week, part-time summer position as a Digital Scholarship Project Assistant for a public-facing digital scholarship project related to the use of color and paint on ancient Classical sculptures. While traces of paint have been preserved on many sculptures, they are seldom displayed as such, […]

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Apply to be a 2020 Digital Scholarship Summer Fellow

The Digital Scholarship Summer Fellows program is a paid, full-time summer internship opportunity for Bryn Mawr students to learn digital research and publication methods and gain professional experience by collaborating on a public-facing digital scholarship project. Over the course of ten weeks (June 1 through August 7, 2020), fellows explore key issues and methods in […]

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Digital Scholarship Graduate Showcase

  The Digital Scholarship Graduate Showcase Join the Digital Scholarship Graduate Fellows on February 17th for updates on the digital tools and resources they have learned and obtained this past year. Each presenter will briefly discuss the skills they have gained, relevant to their interests. Please join us on the 17th from 4:00-6:00 pm in […]

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Now Hiring Students for Spring 2020

Book Traces @ Bryn Mawr Digital Scholarship Project Assistants The digital scholarship program has two open positions for undergraduate students to work on the Book Traces @ Bryn Mawr project (Spring 2020). Students will work 3-4 hours per week assisting with data collection and creating a website to showcase their findings. Book Traces is a […]

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Reflections on Digital Scholarship

Digital Scholarship Graduate Assistants, Spring 2019 Digital Scholarship Graduate Assistantship is a paid internship that allows Bryn Mawr graduate students to develop digital competencies and build skill in tools relevant to their research. The Spring 2019 cohort explored topics ranging from web development and git to physical computing and computer vision. Jenni Glaser (Classics) I […]

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Apply to be a Digital Scholarship Summer Fellow (2019)

About the DSSF program The Digital Scholarship Summer Fellows program is a paid, full-time summer internship opportunity for Bryn Mawr students to learn digital research and publication methods and gain professional experience by collaborating on a public-facing digital scholarship project. Over the course of ten weeks, fellows explore key issues and methods in digital scholarship, […]

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Adafruit Circuit Playground Express

Today, Del and I used the Adafruit Circuit Playground Express (pictured below) and making it little things to go on it online, on a website by Microsoft. Picture of the Adafruit Circuit Playground Express from Adafruit’s website We decided to make an adaptation of the Siren project using an editor similar to Scratch from MIT. […]

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Transforming the Historical into Digital

During the month of February, I and my fellow Digital Scholarship Research Assistants (DSRAs), Courtney Dalton and Linda Zhu, began to work on the 3D model of Dalton Hall for the History of Women in Science Project. Courtney and I worked at Special Collections over winter break researching accounts about both Dalton and science education […]

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