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CNI 2017: Building Capacity in the Library: A “Learn by Doing” Approach

Abstract: Using the Claremont Colleges Library as a case study, this presentation will offer ideas and suggestions about how to build capacity within the library and the broader campus community to support and advance digital humanities projects and digital scholarship, more broadly. The Claremont Colleges Library has taken a “learn by doing” approach, offering a five-week short course in ...
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Harnessing Resources to Support DH

Poster Presentation at the 2017 EDUCAUSE Learning Initiatives Annual Meeting: Many of these ideas, suggestions, and models come from my experience leading DH Center planning workshops and visioning retreats, as well participation in with the ECAR/CNI DH working group, whose goal is to create a maturity framework and practical guide for colleges and universities seeking to support Digital Humani...
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Strategic Planning for a DH Center

As the new Digital Research Studio Director for the Mellon DH Grant, I want to ensure that our community has a clear sense of direction and purpose. Consequently, the DH team met for a visioning and planning retreat at the end of November 2016 to craft a shared vision statement and chart a course for the remaining two and half years of the grant. I’m excited to share this vision and the process we...
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DH in the Library

This post originally appeared on one of my other sites: DH at the Claremont Colleges Library (http://dhatccl101.com) on November 8, 2015:   Of all scholarly pursuits, Digital Humanities most clearly represents the spirit that animated the ancient foundation at Alexandria, Pergamum, and Memphis, the great monastic libraries of the Middle Ages, and even the first research libraries of the...
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DLF2016 Presentation: Expanding DH Capacity Through Strategic Partnerships

Ashley presenting at DLF 2016.
Digital Library Federation Forum Liberal Arts College Pre-Conference Presentation 2016 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 diff...
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