Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Nature Up North

Nature Up North is a community-based organization whose mission is to foster a deeper sense of appreciation for, and connection to, the North Country environment. The goal is to use technology to encourage outdoor experiential learning.

Herbaria Project

The Herbaria Project will serve as a digital compendium of herbarium specimens imaged and catalogued by students taking courses such as Ethnobotany, Introductory Botany, and the World of Plants.

Flipping the Stage

This project will make the interdisciplinary process of theater visible to a wide audience, and provide student collaborators the opportunity to critically reflect on their experiences leading up to the performance.

North Country Resource

North Country Resource is a collection of resources that are the product of a sociology class at St. Lawrence University with an emphasis on community-based learning.

Pegatinas Políticas

Pegatinas Políticas is a political sticker project by St. Lawrence University student research fellow, Laurel Hurd ’16.

Remote Conferencing

St. Lawrence's approach is extending the bounds of the physical classroom by providing remote conferencing tools.

Timelines

Digital timelines provide opportunities for students to engage with detail, specificity, and chronology in important ways.

Digital Initiatives Fellows

The Digital Initiatives Faculty Fellowship Program is a partnership between the Crossing Boundaries grant and Libraries and Information Technology (LIT), including Digital Initiatives, Educational Technology, and GIS.

Death in St. Lawrence County

Death in St. Lawrence County (DSLC) aims to document, map, and digitize all of the 200+ cemeteries in St. Lawrence County in upstate New York.

StoryMapping

The GIS staff, in collaboration with the Crossing Boundaries: Re-envisioning the Humanities for the 21st grant, has been laying the foundation to better connect digital mapping approaches with the humanities.