Identifying and Supporting Digital Scholarship at Harvard, Part 1
As demand for Digital scholarship (DS) projects grows more frequent across the disciplines, librarians are increasingly fielding requests for support for such projects. Even “traditional” research now often involves digital methods such as data visualization, digital editing or web publishing. Librarians, staff, and research assistants are often the first to be contacted for such services. The workshop will provide attendees with a framework for identifying such requests, and the knowledge necessary for building a bridge to an extensive pool of resources and expertise at Harvard.
- Learn to identify the types of requests involving digital scholarship
- Gain a deeper understanding of how to build a bridge from their area of expertise to digital scholarship support
- Obtain the resources necessary to survey the digital scholarship landscape in the disciplines they support
Please also consider Part 2 of this workshop - Supporting Digital Scholarship at Harvard.