Announcing Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows 2023-2024

The UW Bothell/Cascadia College Library is pleased to announce recipients of the 2023-24 Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows awards. This Library-sponsored initiative supports UW faculty in developing a digital scholarship project over the course of the academic year. Congratulations to the following recipients: Find out more about the projects developed by the 2022-2023 Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows: Dr. Shima Abadi, Dr. Ching-In Chen, Dr. Julie Shayne, and Dr. Sarita Shukla.

Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows: Call for Applications 2023-2024

The UW Bothell/Cascadia College Library is pleased to announce ​a call for applications for the Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows grant, a Library-sponsored opportunity for UW Bothell faculty. The Library seeks to support 1-2 UW Bothell faculty in developing a digital scholarship project over the course of the 2023-2024 academic year. Faculty Fellows will receive a $5000 stipend and support from the Library’s Head of Digital Scholarship and Library staff. Applications are due October 20, 2023. Please read about 2021-2023 Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows’ projects on our DS@UWB blog.  Award The award for Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows includes the following:  Requirements for Fellows  Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows…

Toolkit for Student Success

By Dr. Sarita Shukla | Assistant Teaching Professor in the School of Educational Studies | 2022-2023 Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellow The Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows (DSFF) award by the UW Bothell Library was one of the best things that happened for my students and my own learning in the 2022-2023 academic year.  This award helped me transform a course project vision into reality. My hope was to create a public-facing website with student-generated content evaluating local non-profit organizations. Student contribution to this site would not only promote learning for students within that course but also create a resource useful to…

Ocean Noise Explorer

By Dr. Shima Abadi | Associate Professor in the School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math | 2022-2023 Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellow The overall goal of the Ocean Noise Explorer project was to leverage existing ocean instrumentations and datasets from the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) to create a publicly accessible educational website. The OOI is a large-scale project that provides a unique continuous observation of the ocean with recorded data using more than 800 instruments since 2015. In my research group, we have already pre-processed this rich dataset and have created an online platform for easy access to this dataset…

Breathing in a Time of Disaster: an Invitation to the Communal Breaths Archive

By Dr. Ching-In Chen | Assistant Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences | 2022-2023 Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellow My collaborator Cassie Mira and I have been curating Breathing in a Time of Disaster, a community-based writing, performance and installation project which focuses on exploring the unit of breath through the intersection of meditation, health and environmental justice. The project aims to tell an interactive story highlighting individual and collective responses to disaster, disrupting mainstream narratives of our changing climate in favor of witnessing creative strategies of survival used by everyday people. In 2019, we invited Houston-area community…

The Feminist Digital Center: The Launch of YEARS and YEARS of Collaborative Feminist Praxis

By Dr. Julie Shayne | Teaching Professor, IAS Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies and Global Studies | 2022-2023 Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellow My Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows (DSFF) grant was a tremendous success for UWB as an institution, the UWB library, and my students. I worked with IAS student Tessa Denton to build and curate a hub for student centered, open-access, feminist research and writing projects called the Feminist Digital Center (FDC). The FDC hosts my three signature digital research projects: The Feminist Community Archive of Washington; The Feminist Archive Exhibits; The Badass Womxn & Enbies Zines; and feminist writing…

Resource Highlight: Public Writing Guide

We are excited to announce a new library guide to Public Writing! Public writing is an important part of digital scholarship and public engagement. Public writing connects scholars and researchers with the communities who inform and are impacted by their work. Public writing is an art that involves translating academic language and research into writing that is accessible and engaged in public spaces outside of academia. Public writing is an essential aspect of sharing research broadly, and an essential aspect of connecting, informing, and persuading. The Library’s Public Writing guide, created by Denise Hattwig and Dr. Julie Shayne, with contributions…

Announcing Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows 2022-2023

The UW Bothell/Cascadia College Library is pleased to announce recipients of three 2022-23 Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows awards and one Summer 2022 DSFF award. This Library-sponsored initiative supports UW faculty in developing a digital scholarship project over the course of the academic year. Congratulations to the following recipients: Find out more about the projects developed by the 2021-2022 Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows, Dr. Santiago Lopez and Dr. Julie Shayne.

Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows: Call for Applications 2022-2023

The UW Bothell/Cascadia College Library is pleased to announce ​a call for applications for the Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows grant, a Library-sponsored opportunity for UW Bothell faculty. The Library seeks to support 1-2 UW Bothell faculty in developing a digital scholarship project over the course of the 2022-2023 academic year. Faculty Fellows will receive a $5000 stipend and support from the Library’s Head of Digital Scholarship and Library staff. Applications are due November 18, 2022. Please read about 2021-2022 Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows’ projects on our DS@UWB blog. Award The award for Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows includes the following: Requirements for Fellows Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows…

Digital Scholarship Services in the Library: 2022-2023

The Library offers a suite of digital scholarship services for faculty and students. We’re here to help with your open scholarship and publishing, open pedagogy, and sharing research with new publics. The UW Libraries also provides hosting services for your digital scholarship, with platforms such as Pressbooks, Omeka, WordPress, and more…