Open Scholarly Discourse Underway in Flagship CDRS Journal


        Active scholarly discourse is alive and well in our flagship open access journal, Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements. On January 8, 2014, we published this case report by Drs Ritesh Ramdhani and Steven Frucht of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, which highlighted a new treatable etiology […]

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The Women Film Pioneers Project Needs Contributors!


      The Women Film Pioneers Project, which we publish here at the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, is looking for contributors of two kinds: – Researchers to write entries on the project’s unassigned Russian film pioneers. If you are a researcher interested in writing on women in silent Russian cinema, please contact […]

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New Issue of On Our Terms Journal Is Out!


Afternoon folks, As On Our Terms‘s proud publishing partner, we’re excited to announce that they have released their new 2014 issue! Now in its second year, On Our Terms is the online, peer-reviewed undergraduate journal of Barnard College’s Athena Center for Leadership Studies, which features scholarship by undergraduates across the globe seeking to enhance their generation’s […]

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We’re looking for Summer Interns!


Hi folks, We need interns for the summer! At the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, we aren’t looking for the average library school student – we’re looking for students exuberantly passionate about the role of libraries in addressing the changing environment in which scholarship and research are produced. We’d like to work with interns […]

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New Notification System for Academic Commons


In this guest post, Digital Repository Assistant Brian Luna Lucero explains how the new notification system for Academic Commons, Columbia’s digital repository, will greatly improve researchers’ experience of sharing their work. We are excited to introduce the item notifications system, a new feature in Academic Commons. When an item is added to Academic Commons, all […]

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Center for Digital Research and Scholarship adds ART CART project to Academic Commons


Columbia Libraries/Information Services’ Center for Digital Research and Scholarship is pleased to announce the addition of the ART CART: Saving the Legacy project to Columbia’s institutional repository Academic Commons. ART CART is an intergenerational arts legacy project that connects aging professional artists with teams of graduate students to document and archive their creative work. Art […]

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