Unless otherwise noted, all events will take place on the 2nd floor of the Elaine Langone Center.

Because this is a digital conference, we will not print a program. You may download a PDF of the program, or access the schedule on our Sched App. The program listed below is preliminary. A finalized program with abstracts will be available by September 30th.

Lactation Room: Room 240 is reserved for nursing mothers.
Quiet Room: Room 217 is reserved as a quiet space for people who need to take a break from the sessions.
All Gender Bathrooms: there are all gender bathrooms on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floor of the ELC. There will be directions on the registration table.

The organizers of #BUDSC16 are committed to providing an environment where all participants feel safe, included, and comfortable. See information about safety and inclusion at the conference.

Friday, October 28

3:30p–6:30pRegistration, 2nd Floor, Elaine Langone Center
4:00p–5:30pCampus Tour, Starts in lobby of Weis Center
Join us for a tour of campus. If you plan on attending the tour, please email Matt Gardzina, Director of Digital Pedagogy and Scholarship, (mkg013 at bucknell dot edu) to confirm. The tour will begin at 4PM, in the lobby of the Weis Center.
5:30p–6:30pOpening Reception, Samek Art Museum, 3rd Floor, Elaine Langone Center
6:30p–8:30pDinner and Keynote Address, Terrace Room, 2nd Floor, Elaine Langone Center
#kn1: “Digital Sociology,” Tressie McMillan Cottom (Virginia Commonwealth University)

Saturday, October  29

7:30a–8:30aBreakfast Buffet, Terrace Room
8:30a–10:00aPresentation Session One
#s1a: Reframing Art History Through Digital Approaches, Walls Lounge
Moderator: Courtney Paddick (Bucknell University)

#s1b: Building Bridges: Collaborating Within and Across Institutions, Center Room
Moderator: Isabella O’Neill (Bucknell University)

#s1c: Exploring LGBTQIA+ Communities through Digital Landscapes, Room 241
Moderator: Diane Jakacki (Bucknell University)
10:30a–12:00pPresentation Session Two
#s2a: Re-Envisioning and Reclaiming History, Walls Lounge
Moderator: Mark Sheftall (Bucknell University)

#s2b: Redefining Art through the Digital, Reframing the Digital Through Art, Center Room
Moderator: Brianna Derr (Bucknell University)

#s2c: Defining Student Success through Digital Scholarship Initiatives, Room 241
Moderator: Carrie Pirmann (Bucknell University)
12:00p–1:30pLunch and Keynote Address, Terrace Room
#kn2: “Power, Privilege, and the Imperative to Act in the Digital Age,” Safiya Noble (UCLA)
#w1: Walls Lounge
“The College Course (of all things!) as the Basic Unit of Exchange in Collaborative Digital Scholarship Between Institutions” Christopher Gilman and Jacob Alden Sargent (Occidental College)
#w2: Center Room
“Using Jupyter Notebooks to Build Code Literacy and Introduce Digital Humanities” Matthew Lavin (University of Pittsburgh)
#w3: Room 241
“Basic Data Visualization and Scholarship” Daniel Lynds (St. Norbert College)
#w4: Gallery Theater, 3rd floor
“Crafting Digital Narratives with Scalar” Alicia Peaker (Bryn Mawr College)
#w5: Meet Kathleen McQuiston at Registration Desk
Field Trip to the Electronics Maker-E!
3:30p–5:00pPresentation Session Three
#s3a: Learning through Building: Engaging Students with Digital Collections, Walls Lounge
Moderator: Matt Gardzina (Bucknell University)

#s3b: Archiving Collective Memory, Center Room
Moderator: John Hunter (Bucknell University)

#s3c: Evaluating the role of Digital Scholarship in Higher Education, Room 241
Moderator: Tom Beasley (Bucknell University)
5:00p–6:00pCocktail Hour, Poster and Digital Demonstration Session, Terrace Room

Sunday, October 30

8:30a–10:00aPresentation Session Four
#s4a: Collaborating, Publishing, and Community Participation, Walls Lounge
Moderator: Kathleen McQuiston (Bucknell University)

#s4b: Changing Perceptions of Digital Scholarship and Pedagogy, Room 241
Moderator: Cymone Fourshey (Bucknell University)

10:30a–12:00pPresentation Session Five
#s5a: Negotiating Social Justice through Digital Engagement, Walls Lounge
Moderator: Karen Morin (Bucknell University)

#s5b: Exploring Community through Digital Scholarship, Room 241
Moderator: Andrew Stuhl (Bucknell University)