The Digital Scholarship Group facilitates the incorporation of digital scholarship into teaching, a practice often referred to as digital pedagogy and one that takes a variety of forms ranging from the incorporation of simple DS-based assignments to fully DS-based courses. In all cases, the use of digital methods and tools is intended to be deeply considered and conscious. We foster these practices by collaborating with faculty on the design of DS-based assignments, student projects, courses, and similar endeavors as well as by providing in-class instruction and support.

See the BCDS Handbook’s Digital Pedagogy section and the “Getting Started with Digital Pedagogy,” blog post to learn more.

Primary Contact:

  • Melanie Hubbard, Digital Scholarship Librarian for Instruction