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Quick and minimal IIIF digital exhibits with Glitch

Continuing in the theme of our last article about Dr. Elena Davidiak’s project Understanding the Hispanic Patient, what happens when you need to publish a digital exhibit, digital edition or DH student project but don’t want to (or can’t) go

Posted in Digital Humanities

¿Me entiende? Professor Elena Davidiak and SBU Center for Digital Humanities publish digital collection of interview videos

The Stony Brook University Center for Digital Humanities is proud to announce the publication of a collaborative digital exhibit project in cooperation with Professor Elena Davidiak, PhD of the SBU Hispanic Languages and Literature department.  Understanding the Hispanic Patient is

Posted in Digital Humanities, Hispanic Languages and Literature

Watch the recorded video of Dr. Lisa Fagin Davis presenting “Medieval Manuscripts and Digital Collections: The Case for IIIF” at SBU CDH

Now available on the SBU Libraries YouTube channel, the recorded version of our recent marquis event at SBU Center for Digital Humanities featuring Dr. Lisa Fagin Davis presenting her talk “Medieval Manuscripts and Digital Collections: The Case For IIIF.” The

Posted in About Us, Digital Collections, Digital Humanities

Dr. Lisa Fagin Davis at SBU Center for Digital Humanities premiere speaker event “Medieval Manuscripts and Digital Collections: The Case for IIIF”

On November 4th, 2021 the Stony Brook University Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) hosted its first guest speaker event since our grand opening with a particularly illustrious subject expert: Dr. Lisa Fagin Davis PhD, Director of the Medieval Academy of

Posted in About Us, Arts & Humanities, Digital Collections, Digital Humanities, History, Library Technology, Manuscripts, Research, Special Collections & University Archives

Caterina Reed-Araujo named 2022 ALA Emerging Leader

This post was written by Heath Martin, former Associate Dean, Collection Strategy & Management. SBU Libraries is very pleased to announce that Caterina Reed-Araujo, Instructional Support Associate in SBU Libraries’ Content Acquisitions and Services Department, has been selected as an

Posted in About Us, Spotlight

Call for applicants for inaugural Jacob K. Javits Graduate Research Fellow

Calling graduate/PhD students OR those who have recently completed a graduate/terminal degree, from SBU & beyond: Are you looking for a fellowship opportunity in a multidisciplinary research role that can combine humanities, history, political science, public policy, international relations and/or

Posted in About Us

Giving Day: April 21, 2021

A great university requires a great library at its core. But, this doesn’t happen by accident. It requires spaces that foster collaborations, examination and exploration. It means everyone from first-year undergraduates to postdoctoral fellows has access to print and digital

Posted in About Us, Events, Stony Brook University

University Libraries Statement on Violence Against Asian and Asian-American Communities

The University Libraries strongly supports President McInnis’ March 17th statement against Anti-Asian Violence and Racism, and embraces our community members across campus who have been impacted by the anti-Asian sentiment and xenophobia that has increased across our country this last

Posted in About Us, Asian and Asian American Studies, Diversity Equity & Inclusion

IIIF and Mirador viewer for digital collections and research

On March 3rd, 2021 the SBU Center for Digital Humanities in collaboration with the SBU Libraries Digital Projects team hosted an hour-long “Digital Humanities Show & Tell” presentation entitled “Mirador 3.0 IIIF Image Viewer for Digital Collections and Research.” Chris

Posted in Arts & Humanities, Digital Collections, Digital Humanities, Discovery and Digital Initiatives, Events, Library Technology, Manuscripts, Maps, Special Collections & University Archives

SUNY – Elsevier (ScienceDirect) Negotiations and Impact to SBU

SUNY ends “big deal” agreement with Elsevier, moves to reduced subscription package focused on core titles Following extensive negotiations, SUNY and Elsevier could not reach mutually acceptable terms on renewing our license to ScienceDirect. Rather than canceling access to all

Posted in About Us, eJournals, New and Notable, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics