Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities

The Digital Scholarship team is partnering with the English and History departments to offer graduate students a Certificate in the Digital Humanities. Courses will be available to Masters and Doctoral students who are interested in learning more about how new technology is shaping the way we gather, share, and present information. Graduate students already enrolled […]

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Welcome Matthew Naglak – Digital Scholarship Projects Librarian

What drew you to the position at Boston College? When I saw the advertisement for a digital scholarship librarian at BC, I was drawn to it because of my desire to partner with faculty and students to help bring their research and data to life in new and exciting ways. Working at BC, with a […]

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Welcome Melanie Hubbard – Digital Scholarship Instruction Librarian

What drew you to the position at Boston College? I was at a point where I wanted to focus more on digital scholarship related pedagogy, an area for which there are limited opportunities. DS positions tend to be geared toward projects or combine projects and pedagogy, as my previous position did. When I saw the […]

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March Data Service Workshops: Census 2020

Every 10 years, the United States conducts its nationwide census.  Starting in January in the most remote parts of Alaska, Census mail is sent to address and registered homes, while door to door census workers take stock of who is living where, all to get a full picture of who makes up the population of […]

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Welcome!
Welcome, by Flickr user alborzshawn. CC-BY.

Welcome to Digital Scholarship at Boston College! We’re glad you’re here. Watch this space for more info about who we are, what we’re up to, and how you can get involved. Header image: Welcome, by Flickr user alborzshawn. CC-BY.

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