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<p><strong>Avoiding techno-service-solutionism</strong>: <em>Applying learning theory and infrastructural perspectives to digital humanities practice in the library</em></p> <p>Many librarians express interest in digital humanities but perceive a gap in their technical expertise, thinking they need to learn to code or become familiar with tools. We argue digital humanities is based upon socially-constructed expertise and functions more through relationships than technical systems. We draw insights from learning theory and infrastructure studies.</p> <p>Presenters: Matt Burton, Aaron Brenner</p>
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