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Digital Scholarship And Data Science Intersect In Libraries: A Needs Assessment Report, Halie Kerns Oct 2023

Digital Scholarship And Data Science Intersect In Libraries: A Needs Assessment Report, Halie Kerns

Library Created Resources

The following report summarized the results of a needs assessment completed in the fall of 2023 at Binghamton University by the Libraries’ Digital Scholarship team. The aim was to understand how data science-focused programming, as part of the digital scholarship’s offerings, would be utilized on campus. The report evaluates existing literature, summarizes findings from twenty-eight interviews done across campus, and lays out an action plan for the Digital Scholarship team’s future planning.


Lbsci 717: Digital Humanities, S E. Hackney Jun 2023

Lbsci 717: Digital Humanities, S E. Hackney

Open Educational Resources

This is a syllabus for a graduate-level introductory course on the Digital Humanities, primarily aimed at LIS students.


Toporadio: Mapping Research On Spanish-Languageradio In The United States, Eric Silberberg Mar 2023

Toporadio: Mapping Research On Spanish-Languageradio In The United States, Eric Silberberg

Publications and Research

This article analyzes the construction of TopoRadio (toporadio.org), an interactive map that showcases publications and archives about Spanish-language radio in the U.S. The map aims to promote a more inclusive and comprehensive representation of U.S. radio history by improving the visibility of contributions from Latinx broadcasters. The article addresses how map-making historically suppressed Spanish-language radio programs and proposes using critical cartography as a framework for mapping back this history. The technical elements of TopoRadio, including publication selection criteria, metadata design, geocoding process, and the appraisal of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software, are described to provide scholars with a reproducible method …


Digital Archives As Socially And Civically Just Public Resources, Kent Gerber Jan 2023

Digital Archives As Socially And Civically Just Public Resources, Kent Gerber

Librarian Publications and Presentations

How can the digital humanities community ensure that its digital archives are public resources that live up to the best potential of digital humanities without repeating or perpetuating power imbalances, silences, or injustice? A framework for anti-racist action, the “ARC of racial justice,” developed by historian Jemar Tisby in his study of the complicity of the Christian church in perpetuating racism in the United States, is one way that this goal can be accomplished. The ARC is an acronym for three kinds of interrelated and interdependent kinds of actions one can take to fight racism and work for change: Awareness …


Towards An Open And Inclusive Digital Humanities: Policies And Initiatives For Open Data Promotion In India, Mumtaj Mumtaj Jan 2023

Towards An Open And Inclusive Digital Humanities: Policies And Initiatives For Open Data Promotion In India, Mumtaj Mumtaj

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The paper discusses about background of open data, policies and initiatives in the field of digital humanities in India. The article highlights the significance of open data on mankind and its potential in advancing research, promoting transparency, and encouraging collaborations. The article analyzes the current state of open data policies and initiatives in world as well as in India .The paper accentuates the significance of open data in enabling greater collaboration and inclusivity in the Digital Humanities in India, and calls for increased efforts to promote open data policies and initiatives in the country .The article talked about the successful …