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This week's dh+lib Review: November 4-17

  • 1.  This week's dh+lib Review: November 4-17

    Posted Nov 18, 2021 01:57 PM

    This week's review posts are now avilable!





    This issue of dh+lib Review posts are now available. Many thanks to Editors-At-Large, Claudia Berger, Carla Brooks, Erin Burns, Anne Donlon, Lawrence Evalyn, David Gustavsen, Arianne Hartsell-Gundy, Rachel N. Hogan, Jennifer Hootman, Anne Le-Huu-Pineault, Sydni Meyer, Ingrid Reich, Rebecca Saunders, Rekesha Spellman, Joanna A. Thompson, Richard Wade, Rebekah Walker, and Patrick Williams.



    Warm wishes,


    Caitlin & Nickoal



    Caitlin Christian-Lamb (she/her/hers)
    PhD candidate


    University of Maryland



    Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara (she/her/hers)
    Digital Scholarship Librarian


    University of Colorado Boulder

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    PROJECT: Dunham's Data

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