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by Meris Mandernach on Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 12:01 pm

Minutes from the 2017 ALA Annual meeting of the Digital Scholarship Center Interest Group

Online Doc Slides from 2017 Annual ALA meeting

by Jean Ferguson on Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 03:57 pm

Attached are slides from the panel Advocating for Resources for Digital Scholarship Centers from the 2017 ALA Annual meeting of the ACRL Digital Scholarship Centers Interest Group.

Moderated by Joan Lippincott, Associate Executive Director of CNI, our panelists included:

Attached are slides from the panel Advocating for Resources for Digital Scholarship Centers from the 2017 ALA Annual meeting of the ACRL Digital Scholarship Centers Interest Group.

Moderated by Joan Lippincott, Associate Executive Director of CNI, our panelists included:

  • Harriette Hemmasi, University Librarian, Brown University
  • Toby Graham, University Librarian and Associate Provost, University of Georgia
  • Meris Mandernach, Head of Research Services, The Ohio State University

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This interest group will be open to all who want to share knowledge about the development of services and space in digital scholarship centers (e.g., scholars commons, research commons, etc.). Digital scholarship centers are currently in the formative stages at a variety of types of institutions. These centers address research, teaching and learning needs across disciplines by providing services for a variety of digital research needs including digital humanities, data services and management, GIS, digitization, and scholarly communication issues. This interest group will offer a forum for individuals involved in developing digital scholarship centers to discuss the success and challenges in creating specialized support in the digital environment. Meetings of this interest group will provide an opportunity to discuss current trends, examine case studies of individual facilities, explore innovative best practices, and present successful partnerships with faculty/students and campus partners around the use of technology to enhance scholarship.

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