CDRS is looking for Spring interns!


Internship with the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS) at Columbia University Libraries/Information Services Spring 2015 Semester Calling all library school students! We’re searching for two interns who are extraordinarily motivated to further their education and skills. Those exceptional people who are accepted for this internship will be library school students who execute on […]

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New Digital Dante Website to Launch December 12th


Pssst: watch this space! On December 12th, we at the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS), in collaboration with CUL/IS’ Humanities and History Division and the Department of Italian, will be launching the new Digital Dante website, a publicly accessible digital research resource on Dante’s works with a special focus on the Divine Comedy […]

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Research Without Borders Panel To Discuss Big Open Data on December 4th


    Join the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship’s Scholarly Communication Program, the Data Science Institute,  and the School of Continuing Education’s Information and Knowledge Strategy Program for “Research Without Borders: Big Open Data”, our second event of the academic year in our Research Without Borders panel discussion series. This event will take place from 2-4pm […]

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We’ve broken 14,000 items in Academic Commons!


                    It’s official: Academic Commons, Columbia’s open digital repository that we run here at the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, has just this minute posted its 14,000th item! To be clear: this means there are now 14,000 research items produced at Columbia that are openly accessible […]

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METRO Interviews CDRS and BLAIS About Open Access Movement Film


After the release of our short film Open Access Movement: a philosophy, a dance, a practice, a joint production of the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS) and Barnard Library and Academic Services (BLAIS) that explores the concepts of open access through movement, the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO)’s Davis Erin Anderson interviewed the creators […]

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The Story Collider: Science and Narrative


Event |  The Story Collider: Science and Narrative Monday, November 10   As part of Columbia’s new Art of Communication event series, which centers on communication skills in today’s teaching, lecturing, and research environments, the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship is proud to be a co-organizer of a day of events with The Story […]

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