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<p>Due to the evolving nature of scholarship and constituent needs in the digital age, many academic libraries are undergoing dramatic changes, including building renovations, new positions, and transformations in the materials, resources, support, and training offered therein. While such transitions can be difficult, liberal arts colleges and their libraries can draw on their values and strengths; the collegial ethos of liberal arts college libraries multiplies capacity and enables them to meet the changing needs of their users in creative ways.</p> <p>This presentation outlines the ways in which the Claremont Colleges Library has collaborated with internal and external partners to provide multi-layered support for the Digital Humanities. These partnerships have enabled the library to establish a DH/digital scholarship center that is integrating new positions and spaces to advance the community's knowledge, skills, and digital scholarly projects. The Library's Digital Scholarship Coordinator will discuss the unique organizational support structure for DH at the Claremont Colleges, which is now comprised of librarians, graduate students, and Mellon-funded staff. We will explore what occurs at the intersections of these positions and unpack</p> <ul> <li>how our responsibilities overlap and complement one another;</li> <li>how our physical spaces reflect our differences but work in tandem to meet our shared goals; and</li> <li>possible future collaborations and plans to expand services and support.</li> </ul> <p>Additional Resources:</p> <ul> <li>Intro to DH short course for librarians: <a href="http://dhatccl101.com" rel="nofollow">http://dhatccl101.com</a></li> <li>Digital Scholarship Workshop Materials: <a href="http://libguides.libraries.claremont.edu/digitalscholarship/" rel="nofollow">http://libguides.libraries.claremont.edu/digitalscholarship/</a> [BONUS: Stats workshop materials too!]</li> <li>Digital Tool Shed: <a href="http://libguides.libraries.claremont.edu/digitaltoolshed" rel="nofollow">http://libguides.libraries.claremont.edu/digitaltoolshed</a></li> <li>DH Project Intake Form (Google Form): <a href="http://bit.ly/DHintake" rel="nofollow">http://bit.ly/DHintake</a></li> <li>DH Project Intake Form (Google Doc): <a href="http://bit.ly/DHintake-doc" rel="nofollow">http://bit.ly/DHintake-doc</a></li> <li>DH Project Consultation Guide: <a href="http://bit.ly/DH-Consult" rel="nofollow">http://bit.ly/DH-Consult</a> (This guide provides follow-up questions to facilitate the consultation after the consultant has reviewed the faculty, student or staff member's project intake form.)</li> </ul> <p>Ashley R. Sanders, Ph.D. Director of the Claremont Colleges Digital Research Studio <a href="http://AshleyRSanders.com" rel="nofollow">AshleyRSanders.com</a><a href="http://ashleyrsanders.com/" rel="nofollow">http://ashleyrsanders.com/</a> <a href="http://ColonialismThroughTheVeil.ashleyrsanders.com" rel="nofollow">ColonialismThroughTheVeil.ashleyrsanders.com</a><a href="http://colonialismthroughtheveil.ashleyrsanders.com/" rel="nofollow">http://colonialismthroughtheveil.ashleyrsanders.com/</a></p>
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