The Digital Scholarship Team at St. Lawrence University is excited to announce it has been awarded nearly $12,000 from the Northern New York Library Network (NNYLN) to fund DEI-related programming for its Digital Scholarship Fellowship program.
The Digital Scholarship Fellows Program is looking for current sophomores who are interested in learning new digital skills and methods while critically reflecting on how they impact our culture and society.
The Sophomore Success Initiative, which includes the Digital Scholarship Fellowship program, recently earned praise for the many ways it helps students bridge the gap between their first and second years of college.
The recently launched SLU scholars site will soon also be the home of a new site highlighting the backgrounds, experiences, and interests of St. Lawrence University’s many talented international and multilingual students.
The work of Project Support Assistant Nicole Roché was featured in a recent university news article. The article also discusses technologies the Digital Scholarship team is exploring to support the work of other faculty and students as well as remote instruction across campus.
The Digital Scholarship team has published a Drupal module designed to help students and faculty create web-based stories that highlight the locations of a series of events. The module integrates two popular digital storytelling platforms, StoryMapJS and Drupal.
The Spring 2020 St. Lawrence University Magazine features an article on the Digital Scholarship Program. The article highlights the importance of the digital humanities in remote learning environments and SLU's longstanding commitment to embracing the latest digital technologies.
Amy Feiereisel '15 is the Project Coordinator for North Country at Work, NCPR's public digital history project which is directed by Ellen Rocco. The project's focus is to build an online, public archive documenting the work history of the North Country.
North Country at Work (NCAW), a North Country Public Radio project exploring the work history and contemporary economic landscape of each of the communities in the Adirondack North Country, received a National Archives Award.
Andi McCoon's ('13) image of a magnified porcupine quill is part of an exhibit at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. Andi made the image using the electron microscope in St. Lawrence University’s Johnson Hall of Science.
In the summer of 2015, from July 26 to August 2, a partnership of 23 liberal arts institutions will host ILiADS, the Institute for Liberal Arts Digital Scholarship, at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York.
The Libraries and Information Technology (LIT) division (in conjunction with the Mellon Humanities Grant) partners with faculty to develop projects which feature innovative approaches and creative uses of digital technologies.