The Digital Scholarship Studio & Network serves as a hub connecting the diverse communities at UB who engage with digital tools and methodologies in their research, teaching and publishing. UB Libraries offers digital project consultations, hosts workshops and sponsors community discussions on critical issues related to digital scholarship.
The UB Digital Scholarship Studio and Network – located on the 3rd floor of Lockwood Memorial Library – provides ongoing assistance for faculty and students across the university who are engaged in digital research, teaching and publishing activities. The DSS&N was formed in 2019 and grew out of an initial pilot phase (2018-2020) of digital scholarship support in UB Libraries.
New to digital scholarship? Start here. This research guide provides a general introduction to the wide-ranging methods of digital scholarship, including information on tools and resources for digital projects and information about library services that support digital research and pedagogy.
Many digital projects have been created at UB by faculty, students and library staff. The UB Libraries partners with scholars on digitally inflected research projects, innovative classroom technology, and new ways of communicating knowledge through interactive, multimedia web publishing.