“Research Without Borders” Panel to Discuss Fair Use in Art and Photography


Please join Columbia University Libraries/Information Services’ Center for Digital Research and Scholarship’s Scholarly Communication Program and the Copyright Advisory Office for “Research Without Borders: Fair Use, Appropriation Art and Photography”, the third event of the academic year in our Research Without Borders panel discussion series. This event will take place from 2-4pm on Monday, February 23, 2015 in Garden Room 2 on […]

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Rebecca Kennison to Depart CDRS


Rebecca Kennison will be leaving her current position as Director of the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS) on February 27, 2015 to join K|N Consultants, a not-for-profit organization supporting the higher education community. Rebecca was the founding Director of CDRS in 2007 and under her incredible leadership developed CDRS into an important service that has […]

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Upcoming Event: CDRS to Co-Sponsor “The Future of the (Digital) Book”


The Center for Digital Research and Scholarship is pleased to be co-sponsoring “The Future of the (Digital) Book” along with the Rare Book and Manuscript Library and the Hispanic Institute of the Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures at Columbia University. This talk is part of the ongoing Book History Colloquium at Columbia University […]

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CDRS’ Mark Newton Interviewed By ScholasticaHQ


In this interview with ScholasticaHQ’s Danielle Padula, CDRS Production Manager, Mark Newton,  discusses the work of CDRS, our latest projects, and his thoughts on the current and future role of libraries in academic publishing. The original interview can be read on the ScholasticaHQ website here. —————————- Mark Newton is the Production Manager at the Center […]

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Spring Workshops in the Studio@Butler


Happy new year, all! Following the success of last year’s dissertation and research data management workshops, we’re pleased to announce our workshops for the Spring: 10 Steps to Success: Managing Your Data and Your Dissertation In these workshops for graduate students hosted by the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, we’ll discuss steps you can […]

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An Open Letter in Praise of Academic Commons


Academic Commons is Columbia’s 14,000-item-strong publicly accessible digital repository of research that we proudly manage here at the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni can deposit research they have created while at Columbia. Academic Commons can be followed on Twitter @ResearchAtCU, where we’re tweeting about research that gets deposited, both […]

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