Spring 2019 Incubator
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In the spring of 2019, the Boston College Libraries’ Digital Scholarship Group will host a Digital Scholarship Incubator, a seven-week series that aims to introduce major tools, methodologies, and questions in digital scholarship, while also empowering participants to develop a digital scholarship or pedagogy project. We’ll focus on participants’ needs and desired areas of growth […]

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Final Digital Scholarship Incubator Reflections: Rachel Ernst
A group of birds flying in the sky

This post is part of a series of final reflections from 2017 Digital Scholarship Incubator participants. Rachel Ernst: Designing a digital humanities project is a much more collaborative undertaking than I was aware of when I first applied to join this digital incubator. While my more traditional humanities scholarship is created with the help of […]

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Final Digital Scholarship Incubator Reflections: Lauren Wilwerding
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This post is part of a series of final reflections from 2017 Digital Scholarship Incubator participants. Lauren Wilwerding: When I completed my application for the Digital Scholarship Incubator, I had a seemingly simple goal – to create a digital close reading assignment for students in my literature core. The pay-off would be designing an assignment […]

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Final Digital Scholarship Incubator Reflections: Anna Assogba
A group of birds flying in the sky

This post is part of a series of final reflections from 2017 Digital Scholarship Incubator participants. Anna Assogba: To me, a digital humanities project might be very similar to a non-digital humanities project, but the essential difference is the fact of being digital enhancing the project in some way, perhaps enabling a form of analysis, […]

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Final Digital Scholarship Incubator Reflections: Laurie Shepard
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This post is part of a series of final reflections from 2017 Digital Scholarship Incubator participants. Laurie Shepard: The three prompts all point to the same problem of designing a site that takes full potential of the digital platform. How do we fully problematize our data? How do we design a site around the data, […]

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Final Digital Scholarship Incubator Reflections: Abbie Levesque
A group of birds flying in the sky

This post is part of a series of final reflections from 2017 Digital Scholarship Incubator participants. Abbie Levesque: As a qualitative researcher in rhetoric and composition, I have a distinct experience with the project building experience in digital humanities work. Ridolfo and Hart-Davidson have begun inquiring into the intersections of the field, both of which […]

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Final Digital Scholarship Incubator Reflections: L. Kelly Fitzpatrick
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This post is part of a series of final reflections from 2017 Digital Scholarship Incubator participants. L. Kelly Fitzpatrick: In digital scholarship, we use technology to support our work – from the creation and process to the systems that share and disseminate it. My proposed project for this incubator focused on how we can adapt […]

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Final Digital Scholarship Incubator Reflections: Katherine Kim
A group of birds flying in the sky

This post is part of a series of final reflections from 2017 Digital Scholarship Incubator participants. Katherine Kim: To be honest, this incubator has given me quite a few things to think about regarding digital humanities projects (especially related to their creation and use). Just like other types of projects, there are so many more […]

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Digital Scholarship Open House
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You’re invited to the Digital Scholarship Group’s annual Open House, Thursday, November 16, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm, in O’Neill Library’s Digital Studio (room 205). Please join us for food and refreshments, updates on digital initiatives at Boston College, and short talks from participants in the Digital Scholarship Incubator we’ve been conducting this fall, who […]

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Digital Scholarship Incubator Reflections: L. Kelly Fitzpatrick
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This post is part of a series of reflections from 2017 Digital Scholarship Incubator participants. L. Kelly Fitzpatrick: A Starting Point in Twine for Institutional Repositories Research sharing is supported by actions moved forward by authors, institutions, and scholarly infrastructures. In the context of university libraries, these actions are centered around the institutional repository – […]

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