BisonNet Open House
Over the past 2 years Library & Information Technology upgraded the research computing infrastructure available to students and faculty at Bucknell. The improvements were funded by a Campus Cyberinfrastructure Grant from the National Science Foundation. The award is a unique opportunity for Bucknell to showcase its student-centered mission across the disciplines.
If you are interested in learning more about these resources, or want to use them in your own research and teaching, please join us for an open house on March 20 or 27, 2019 in the Digital Scholarship Studio, Bertrand Library.
You may also read more about BisonNet online. Use this link for support or questions.
Nvivo Community of Practice
Are you interested or working with qualitative data analysis? Do you use Nvivo or want to learn more? Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship Department will be hosting an Nvivo interest group in the Digital Scholarship Studio in Bertrand Library this semester. Feel free to stop by, get a cup of coffee, and discuss how Nvivo can help with your research.
Wednesday, March 6
Tuesday, April 9
From noon to 1 p.m.
Multimedia Events in February
February was the grand opening of the Second Floor Studio, a simple-to-use studio for recording presentations and video. The new studio, located in Bertrand Library, will support student projects and video production. An open house was held for faculty on February 6th. Other events in the 2nd Floor Studio and the Digital Scholarship Studio during the past month included “7 Tips for Using the 2nd Floor Studio in Your Classes”; a session on using 360 video equipment and virtual reality; and “7 Tips for Using Mediaspace.” Watch out for more events highlighting new and improved multimedia services in coming months.
Scholarly Communication Workshop: ORCID
A workshop on learning how to use ORCID was held on February 7. ORCID is a non-profit organizations that provides unique identifiers to researchers across the world. ORCID’s vision is a world where all who participate in research, scholarship, and innovation are uniquely identified and connected to their contributions across disciplines, borders, and time. Learn how creating your own ORCID identifier can help others find your research faster. There will be another workshop in April.