Journal Article: “An Overview of Recent Digital Humanities Initiatives in US Art Libraries”
The full text article linked below was recently published by Art Libraries Journal.
Megan E. Macken
Oklahoma State University
Art Libraries Journal
Volume 46, Issue 2
As producers and mediators of digital resources, art librarians frequently interact with the digital humanities in a broad sense. In the following brief overview of recent DH work undertaken in US art libraries, engagement with digital humanities is evidenced by the development of open access projects, the creation of linked data sets and the innovative sharing of art and archive collections to support digital pedagogy. Related activities of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA), its Digital Humanities SIG and the ARLIS/NA in the Humanities Commons are also discusse
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