ATG Book of the Week: The Culture of Digital Scholarship in Academic Libraries

by | Dec 19, 2019 | 0 comments

Title: The Culture of Digital Scholarship in Academic Libraries
Editors: Robin Chin Roemer & Verletta Kern
Paperback: 978-0-8389-1897-5, $71.99 (ALA Members: $64.79)
Imprint: Chicago: ALA, 2019

“At the heart of digital scholarship are universal questions, lessons, and principles relating both to the mission of higher education and the shared values that make an academic library culture. But while global in aspirations, digital scholarship starts with local culture drawn from the community. Editors Chin Roemer and Kern invite you into their institutional workspace, the University of Washington, gathering voices from a range of positions that speak to the facets of digital scholarship. This mosaic of perspectives reveals the challenges, questions, and personalities that sit at the nexus of academic libraries and digital scholarship culture. Reflecting on UW’s approach, you’ll gain insights for your own institution on topics such as

  • ways to create awareness of digital services through training;
  • supporting students as creators of content;
  • blending existing analog collections with ongoing digital initiatives using a media lab;
  • creating a campus-wide, discipline agnostic, data repository service;
  • how a popular digital storytelling workshop spawned digital scholarship across campus;
  • digital scholarship consultations, viewed from an instructional technologist’s approach; …”

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