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The 2020 election is finally here. As the results come in, there is sure to be plenty of confusion and misinformation to sift through. We’ve updated our Misinformation Resource Guide to help you navigate the news over the next few … Continue reading
Go to http://digitalcommons.bard.edu/ and click on My Account on the top right. Log on to revise your submission. Select your project from the section titled Senior Projects (plus the correct Semester and Year). Click on the name of your submission. Click … Continue reading
Make sure you visit the following links after you’ve submitted your senior project: Congratulations from President Leon Botstein Read a note from Jane Brien ’89, Director of Alumni/ae Affairs, and be sure to fill out the “Don’t Get Lost” form. … Continue reading
Yes, Bard Library does provide online access to the New York Times for current Bard students, staff and faculty! You can access the NY Times by going to our Databases page and navigating to the letter N and selecting either … Continue reading
Want to look at examples of previous senior projects for inspiration? Maybe you need ideas for formatting and style? Or maybe you just need a good guide for what a SPROJ should look like in your field? We have created … Continue reading
Current Bard students, staff and faculty now have remote access to all senior projects on Bard Digital Commons. You can browse and search our collections at https://digitalcommons.bard.edu/undergrad/. Please note that this is a temporary measure to provide access to authorized … Continue reading
All Bard students now have access to a template in Google Docs for their Senior Project title page and starting your page numbers on the second page. Go here to learn how to access the template: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6EKhSEKfss8.
Learn how to access Stevenson Library databases from off campus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jfME76zfxo
Bard SensusAccess is an on-demand file conversion service that helps Bard students, staff, and faculty convert digital materials into alternate formats, such as audio books, e-books, digital large-print and Braille. This service improves the accessibility and readability of your digital … Continue reading
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