Not every academic conference appeals to students, faculty, librarians, instructional technologists and administrators alike. But Bucknell’s Digital Scholarship Conference bridges those gaps — and crosses interdisciplinary lines — to foster a conversation about how to use ever-changing technologies to enrich scholarship and enhance learning. Through presentations, workshops, keynote addresses and conversations, the conference allows opportunities to reflect upon how digital scholarship has evolved over the past decades and where it may head in the future.

Past conferences are archived in this repository to provide access to and evidence of the the range of expertise and collaboration needed to create and sustain digital scholarship efforts. The records of events, streaming media, images, and available presentation files affiliated with the conferences are included in this repository for access and discovery purposes. Viewers of these collections will note that our presenters cross disciplines, divisions, and institutions ensuring that attendees are exposed to broad perspectives, unique approaches, and creative uses of technology. Presenters interested in sharing files of past presentations may contact the Bucknell Digital Commons administrator at

Browse the contents of Bucknell University Digital Scholarship Conference:

Converging Paths: Digital Scholarship, Social Justice, and Intersecting Communities
Sustaining Digital Scholarship
From Wonder to Action: the Journey of Digital Scholarship
Digital Scholarship: Expanding Access, Activism, and Advocacy
Looking Forward, Looking Back: The Evolution of Digital Scholarship
Negotiating Borders through Digital Collaboration
Collaborating Digitally: Engaging Students in Public Scholarship
Collaborating Digitally: Engaging Students in Faculty Research