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“Evolving in Common: Creating Mutually Supportive Relationships Between Libraries and the Digital Humanities”

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The following article appears in The Journal of Library Administration (Volume 53, Issue 1, 2013).

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Volume 53, Issue 1, 2013 of JLA is a special issue devoted to digital humanities.

Title

Evolving in Common: Creating Mutually Supportive Relationships Between Libraries and the Digital Humanities

Authors

Micah Vandegrift
Florida St. University

Stewart Varner
Emory University

Source

The Journal of Library Administration (Volume 53, Issue 1, 2013)

Abstract

The authors lay out practical ways for libraries to involve themselves in this evolving area, especially focused on current strengths of many libraries including commitments to resource accessibility and project development. Finally, this article proposes that the role of the research librarian is evolving in order to effectively integrate the library as a partner in the scholarship of digital humanities.

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