Library Digital Scholarship Coordinator: Digital Scholarship Librarian
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Digital scholarship at Carleton is supported by many staff members in Gould Library, as part of Carleton’s distributed model of digital scholarship support.
Currently, there are two groups of student workers primarily supporting library staff work on information literacy in digital scholarship projects - Digital Humanities Associates (DHAs) and Digital Scholarship Interns (DSIs). Both programs are partially supported by Gould Library, in conjunction with our digital scholarship partners across campus in the Humanities Center and ITS. Read more about the work that both groups of student workers are doing on their blogs!
The Library, along with the Humanities Center and ITS, co-sponsors the annual Day of DH event. It usually happens at the end of the spring term each year in the Weitz Center for Creativity.
Day of DH (current & archived materials)
The Library provides access to digital collection material in multiple formats that is used in digital scholarship around campus. The Library also curates and describes digital material that is created by Carleton faculty and students. This includes material from the Carleton Archives, digital scholarship projects, student publications, and course material.
Gould Library collections, including data, textual sources, ephemeral sources, and others
Digital collections in CONTENTdm, including material from Carleton Archives and Special Collections, material from Northfield History Collaborative, and the creative output from many faculty and students projects.
Digital collections in Carleton Digital Commons, including research, scholarship, and creative expression from faculty, students, and staff
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