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Event Digital Humanities Interest Group Meeting

by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 07:15 pm

The meeting will feature two groups of speakers followed by a 15 minute business meeting.

Our first group of speakers will be Arianne Hartsell-Gundy (Head of the Humanities Section & Librarian for Literature and Theater Studies, Duke University) Laura Braunstein (Digital Humanities and English Librarian, Dartmouth College), and Liorah Golomb (Associate Professor and Humanities Librarian, University of Oklahoma). Our second speaker is Justin Schell (CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow, Digital Arts Sciences + Humanities, University of Minnesota).

The meeting will feature two groups of speakers followed by a 15 minute business meeting.

Our first group of speakers will be Arianne Hartsell-Gundy (Head of the Humanities Section & Librarian for Literature and Theater Studies, Duke University) Laura Braunstein (Digital Humanities and English Librarian, Dartmouth College), and Liorah Golomb (Associate Professor and Humanities Librarian, University of Oklahoma). Our second speaker is Justin Schell (CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow, Digital Arts Sciences + Humanities, University of Minnesota).

Arianne Hartsell-Gundy, Laura Braunstein, and Liorah Golomb are co-editors of the recently published book, Digital Humanities in the Library: Challenges and Opportunities for Subject Specialists. In their talk, “DH in the Library: What’s Missing, What’s Next?,” the three will discuss the book, describe additional case studies and projects, and facilitate a discussion on further collaborations among DH communities of practice.

Justin Schell will discuss the foundation and continued work of Digital Arts Sciences + Humanities, or DASH, at the University of Minnesota Libraries. DASH is a cross-disciplinary project from the University of Minnesota Libraries organized around emerging digital tools and methodologies for scholarly, pedagogical, and artistic projects. Through projects ranging across research projects, the classroom, and exploratory projects internal to the Libraries, Justin will articulate how DASH attempts to provide a low-barrier to these emerging digital tools and methodologies and connect often disparate communities of practice, both within and across the disciplines.

The last 15 minutes will be used for the business meeting.

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Discussion Correction! ACRL Webcast: Finding Your Role: The Subject Specialist and Digital Humanities (6/11)

by Chase Ollis (staff) on Thu, May 28, 2015 at 11:45 am

Finding Your Role: The Subject Specialist and Digital Humanities

http://www.ala.org/acrl/findingyourrole

Live Webcast 
June 11, 2015
11 a.m. Pacific | 12:00 p.m. Mountain | 1:00 p.m. Central | 2:00 p.m. Eastern

90 minutes

Finding Your Role: The Subject Specialist and Digital Humanities

http://www.ala.org/acrl/findingyourrole

Live Webcast 
June 11, 2015
11 a.m. Pacific | 12:00 p.m. Mountain | 1:00 p.m. Central | 2:00 p.m. Eastern

90 minutes

Description: During this webcast the co-editors of Digital Humanities in the Library: Challenges and Opportunities for Subject Specialists will discuss their recent book, give tips and suggestions for subject specialists interested in working with digital humanities projects, and give details on several case studies covered in the book. The interactive webcast will consider the following:

  • What do you think the role of the subject specialist is in supporting digital humanities?
  • Do you feel comfortable working with faculty on digital humanities projects? What kinds of training and support would you need to feel more comfortable?
  • How can subject specialists work together with other librarians and staff? (i.e. IT specialists, digital humanities librarians, archivists, etc.)
  • If you have worked on a digital humanities project, how have you balanced your time? How do you manage learning new skills, working on special projects, and doing the traditional work of the subject specialist? How can we engage/support students in digital projects?

Learning Outcomes:

  • Participants will be introduced to ways in which they can initiate, join, or improve subject liaison collaboration on DH projects.
  • Participants will share strategies for developing and contributing to DH communities of practice at their institutions.
  • Participants will have an opportunity to discuss challenges they are facing in gaining skills used in DH scholarship.

Presenters: Arianne Hartsell-Gundy is the Head, Humanities Section and Librarian for Literature and Theater Studies at Duke University. She has a Master of Arts degree in Comparative Literature and a Master of Library Science from Indiana University. Her research interests include information literacy, graduate student pedagogy, collection analysis, and digital humanities, and she is the co-author of the forthcoming Literary Research and British Postmodernism: Strategies and Sources.

Laura R. Braunstein is the Digital Humanities and English Librarian at Dartmouth College. She has a doctorate in English from Northwestern University, where she taught writing and literature classes. She has worked as an index editor for the MLA International Bibliography, and serves as a consultant for the Schulz Library at the Center for Cartoon Studies in Vermont. Her research interests include collaborative learning, using archival materials in teaching, and the impact of the digital humanities on teaching and learning.

Liorah Golomb is the Humanities Librarian at the University of Oklahoma. She holds a doctorate in Drama from the University of Toronto and earned her MLIS at Pratt Institute. She has published several articles and chapters both within and outside of the field of librarianship, and is a co-author of Literary Research and Postcolonial Literatures in English: Sources and Strategies (Scarecrow Press, 2012).

Complete details including registration materials are online at http://www.ala.org/acrl/findingyourrole.

If you have a question about an e-Learning opportunity or need technical assistance, please contact Margot Conahan (mconahan@ala.org).

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Discussion ACRL Conference DHIG Meet-Up: Thurs. 3/26 (TONIGHT), 6:00 pm, Ex Novo Brewing Co.

by Harriett Green on Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 09:15 am

If you're at ACRL this week, come out tonight to the DHIG meet-up:

WHEN:  Thursday, March 26, 6:00 p.m.

WHERE: Ex Novo Brewing Company, 2326 N. Flint Ave., Portland  (http://exnovobrew.com/#home)

Come try some great craft beers and meet fellow librarians interested in digital humanities!

Contact Thomas Padilla (tpadilla@mail.lib.msu.edu) or Harriett Green (green19@illinois.edu) if you have any questions.

Discussion Position Opening: Digital Initiatives Coordinator

by Katherine Ahnberg on Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 03:36 pm

Hi All,

The University of South Florida Tampa Library is seeking a coordinator to connect and expand our role in a (frankly exciting) new DH community taking form on campus. It's a great position; salary negotiable.

 

Please disseminate where appropriate, and send any questions about the application process or life in Tampa to keahnberg@usf.edu

 

Thanks!

Hi All,

The University of South Florida Tampa Library is seeking a coordinator to connect and expand our role in a (frankly exciting) new DH community taking form on campus. It's a great position; salary negotiable.

 

Please disseminate where appropriate, and send any questions about the application process or life in Tampa to keahnberg@usf.edu

 

Thanks!

Katherine Ahnberg

Academic Services Librarian

USF Tampa

 

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Discussion DHIG Midwinter 2015 minutes

by Zach Coble on Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 12:58 pm

Minutes from the DHIG meeting at Midwinter 2015.

Event Digital Humanities Interest Group

by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 02:44 pm

Conversations between librarians involved with, or sharing interests in, the intersections, partnerships, and collaborations among libraries, librarians, and the digital humanities.

More information about this conference session

Discussion The DHIG meeting will take place Sunday, February 1, 2015 from 4:30-5:30pm CST. It will be held at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers (301 East North Water Street, Chicago, IL 60611) in Ballroom 08. This year, we will try a slightly different format. W

by Zach Coble on Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 11:25 am

The DHIG meeting will take place Sunday, February 1, 2015 from 4:30-5:30pm CST. It will be held at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers (301 East North Water Street, Chicago, IL 60611) in Ballroom 08.

This year, we will be trying a slightly different format. We will have two guest speakers, followed by a short business meeting. We are excited to welcome Margaret Heller, Digital Services Librarian at Loyola University Chicago, and Hannah Scates Kettler, Digital Humanities Librarian at the University of Iowa.

The DHIG meeting will take place Sunday, February 1, 2015 from 4:30-5:30pm CST. It will be held at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers (301 East North Water Street, Chicago, IL 60611) in Ballroom 08.

This year, we will be trying a slightly different format. We will have two guest speakers, followed by a short business meeting. We are excited to welcome Margaret Heller, Digital Services Librarian at Loyola University Chicago, and Hannah Scates Kettler, Digital Humanities Librarian at the University of Iowa.

Margaret will discuss the process of creating a digital exhibit corresponding with a physical exhibit of a collection of Edward Gorey artifacts relating to his early life in Chicago and the trajectory of his career. The process of creating this exhibit illustrates some commons threads in library-supported digital humanities projects, including determining intellectual property rights, balance between open and closed access resources, and how to approach boutique projects.

Hannah will discuss the initiative to evaluate the notion of boutique digital exhibits/websites, the attempts at creating modular web components, and faking a fee-for-service model for project development and digital preservation. Using the Fluxus Digital Collection project, during which we collaborated with the Digital Studio for Public Arts and Humanities and an English faculty member to develop an online digital exhibit of avant-garde art objects, and the James Van Allen space data preservation project that culminated in a digital edition, as examples.

We will have a short business meeting following the presentations - all are welcome to stay and participate. Please send any business items to zach.coble@nyu.edu.

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Event Digital Humanities Interest Group

by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Fri, Jun 20, 2014 at 07:37 pm

Conversations between librarians involved with, or sharing interests in, the intersections, partnerships, and collaborations among libraries, librarians, and the digital humanities.

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Discussion ACRL e-Learning Webcast Reminder– Digital Futures: New Directions in Art Librarianship (5/21)

by Chase Ollis (staff) on Mon, May 19, 2014 at 02:20 pm

Join ACRL for the e-Learning webcast, “Digital Futures: New Directions in Art Librarianship,” on Wednesday, May 21 (1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Central).

Join ACRL for the e-Learning webcast, “Digital Futures: New Directions in Art Librarianship,” on Wednesday, May 21 (1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Central).

Digital Humanities, Scholarly Publishing, Open Access, Born Digital Content, the Future of the Book: Each of these topics has vast ramifications on how libraries collect, maintain, and make available information. But how do these themes impact the subject or discipline-specific library?  This webcast will focus on how art libraries are responding to the transition to digital scholarly publishing and born-digital content in ways that are important to the broader scholarly community. During this live, interactive webcast, examine the following themes:

1: The Leading Edge: art and the digital humanities  
2: The Bleeding Edge: archiving born-digital art content  
3: The Trailing Edge: challenges of e-publishing in the arts    

Presenters will illustrate how initiatives that are taking place in academic and museum art research institutions are not only innovative but can provide leadership and momentum for librarians in any field.  This webcast is co-sponsored by the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA), in coordination with its Professional Development Committee

Learning Outcomes:

  • The learner will observe how art libraries are working with digital humanities and born digital content and contributing to future developments in libraries.
  • The learner will connect trends in art and subject specialized libraries to work in their own area or subject specific library.
  • The learner will engage with specific projects that are considered by ARLIS/NA to be on the cutting edge.

Presenter(s): Greg Albers, Digital Publications Manager, Getty Publications; Carole Ann Fabian, Director Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University; Deborah Kempe, Chief, Collections Management & Access Frick Art Reference Library of The Frick Collection; Moderator Claire Gunning, Art and Architecture Librarian, Cooper Union Library

Registration materials and details on the webcast are available on the ACRL e-Learning website, and group registration and other discounts are available.  Contact mconahan@ala.org or call (312) 280-2522 with questions.

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Discussion ACRL e-Learning Webcast – Digital Futures: New Directions in Art Librarianship (5/21)

by Chase Ollis (staff) on Tue, May 13, 2014 at 03:48 pm

Join ACRL for the e-Learning webcast, “Digital Futures: New Directions in Art Librarianship,” on Wednesday, May 21 (1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Central).

Join ACRL for the e-Learning webcast, “Digital Futures: New Directions in Art Librarianship,” on Wednesday, May 21 (1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Central).

Digital Humanities, Scholarly Publishing, Open Access, Born Digital Content, the Future of the Book: Each of these topics has vast ramifications on how libraries collect, maintain, and make available information. But how do these themes impact the subject or discipline-specific library? This webcast will focus on how art libraries are responding to the transition to digital scholarly publishing and born-digital content in ways that are important to the broader scholarly community. During this live, interactive webcast, examine the following themes:

1: The Leading Edge: art and the digital humanities  
2: The Bleeding Edge: archiving born-digital art content  
3: The Trailing Edge: challenges of e-publishing in the arts    

Presenters will illustrate how initiatives that are taking place in academic and museum art research institutions are not only innovative but can provide leadership and momentum for librarians in any field. This webcast is co-sponsored by the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA), in coordination with its Professional Development Committee.

Learning Outcomes:

  • The learner will observe how art libraries are working with digital humanities and born digital content and contributing to future developments in libraries.
  • The learner will connect trends in art and subject specialized libraries to work in their own area or subject specific library.
  • The learner will engage with specific projects that are considered by ARLIS/NA to be on the cutting edge.

Presenter(s): Greg Albers, Digital Publications Manager, Getty Publications; Carole Ann Fabian, Director Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University; Deborah Kempe, Chief, Collections Management & Access Frick Art Reference Library of The Frick Collection; Moderator Claire Gunning, Art and Architecture Librarian, Cooper Union Library

Registration materials and details on the webcast are available on the ACRL e-Learning website, and group registration and other discounts are available. Contact mconahan@ala.org or call (312) 280-2522 with questions.

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