Conversations in the Disciplines

Will Hermes is a Senior Critic for Rolling Stone Magazine and a longtime contributor to NPR’s “All Things Considered”

From Photocopies to Facebook: Research and Reporting in the 21st Century

Dr. Kathleen Fitzpatrick is the Director of Scholarly Communication at the Modern Language Association

The Future of Authorship: Writing in the Digital Age

Dr. Alex Reid is an Associate Professor of English and Director of Composition and Teaching Fellows at SUNY Buffalo

Seriality, Networks and the Digital Humanities

Dr. Harry Denny is an Associate Professor of English at St. John’s University

Assessing the Digital(izing) Writing Center


Elizabeth Albert is Assistant Professor, Core Curriculum, Fine Arts, St. John's University

e-Portfolios: Conscious Curating for a Digital Age

Dr. Paul Schacht is Professor and Chair of the English at SUNY Geneseo, where he is also Project Director of Digital Thoreau

Digital Scholarship at a Public Liberal Arts College: Challenges and Opportunities

Dr. Matthew K. Gold is Associate Professor of English at New York City College of Technology and the CUNY Graduate Center

Building Open Scholarly Communications With the Commons in a Box

Dr. Hugh J. Silverman is Program Director of the Art and Philosophy Advanced Graduate Certificate at Stony Brook University.

Textuality and the Digital Archive as Rhizome


Carol McGorry is a Professor of English at SCCC's Grant Campus.


The Blur of the Real


Dr. Michael Boecherer is an Assistant Professor of English at SCCC's Eastern Campus.

This Rough Magic: Developing an Open Access Journal


 Martha Kinney is Assistant Professor of History at the Grant Campus of SCCC.

Politics and the Digital Archive:  Funding, Power, and Access


Dr. Gertrude Postl is Professor of Philosophy and former Coordinator of the Women's Studies Program at the Ammerman Campus of SCCC.


"Women writing Women: Blogging and the Feminist Concept of Writing"


Kevin McCoy is Professor of Library Services at the Ammerman Campus of SCCC.

Privacy, Confidentiality and Online Communication


Susan DeMasi is a Professor of Library Services at SCCC's Grant Campus.

Henry Alsberg’s Ten Thousand Stories: A Digital Exploration of His work with the Federal Writers’ Project


Bruce Seger is an Instructor of Library Services at the Grant Campus of SCCC.


Lost in Cyber-space


MaryAnn Miller recently retired as Head Librarian of SCCC's Eastern Campus.


The New Landscape of the Information Commons


Claudia McGivney is Assistant Professor/Reference Librarian at Dowling College.

Remote Control Classrooms: Using Apps to Annotate and Create Content in an Academic Environment


Dr. William F. Burns is Associate Professor of English at the Ammerman campus of SCCC.

Crossroads: The Intersection of Digital and Qualitative Research Methods

Brandi So and Kimberly Cox are PhD students at Stony Brook University.

Humanities Scholarship and the Digital Archive