NYU Libraries Launches NYU Digital Scholarship Services

NYU Libraries recently launched Digital Scholarship Services (DSS), a new service that helps NYU faculty and students incorporate digital scholarship tools and methods into their research and teaching. As digital scholarship in general and digital humanities in particular become more prevalent, DSS helps scholars create cutting-edge research in their fields. More →

Teaching Practices & Technology Platforms

While the addition of technology into teaching practices is a growing trend in curriculum design, providing support for faculty on effective implementation strategies is becoming an even more critical piece of the equation. More →

The Digital Studio: NYU’s Front Door for Technology and Scholarship

The Digital Studio, a collaboration of NYU Libraries and Information Technology Services, is located on the fifth floor of Bobst Library in an area known as the Research Commons. The Digital Studio offers a wide range of services in support of research and instruction, including video and audio capture; production and publication; live audio and video capture; and photo, slide, and text scanning. More →

Anytime, Anywhere

Podcasting is a convenient medium that you can use to help you and your students maximize teaching and learning. You can record your podcast just about anytime, anywhere; and your audience can watch or listen to it just about anytime, anywhere. This article offers a brief introduction to podcasting and a look at how NYU departments and faculty members can use podcasting, along with iTunes U and Advanced Learning Exchange (ALEX), or even Files 2, to augment their courses and connect with their students. More →

Scans, OCR, Video, Audio, Images, Blogs & More!

ITS Faculty Technology Services has launched a new initiative to increase the community’s awareness of our services, and to enhance our training offerings for faculty. As part of this initiative, ITS and the NYU Libraries have developed a variety of new one-onone (or small group) training sessions for NYU faculty, designed to assist you in the use of multimedia and information technologies in support of your teaching and research. More →