Trends in Digital Scholarship: Stories from Indiana University Bloomington

April 20th 2016 @ 12:00pm
Hazelbaker Lecture Hall (E159)

Michelle Dalmau, Head, Digital Collections Services

Nick Homenda, Digital Initiatives Librarian
Digital Collections Services

The Indiana University Bloomington Libraries' Digital Collections Services department has offered Digital Project Planning consultation services twice a week since the opening of the Scholars' Commons in September 2014. Data collected from these consultation sessions provides insight into the individuals engaged in digital scholarship projects and initiatives at Indiana University.  Building upon analysis performed by Meridith Beck Sayre, Council on Library and Information Resources Data Curation Postdoctoral Fellow for Data Curation in the Humanities, Dalmau and Homenda will provide an overview of emerging digital project planning and data curation trends and needs demonstrated by Indiana University Bloomington faculty, students and staff as well as recommendations for ongoing support of digital scholarship projects and initiatives on the Bloomington campus and beyond.  

Spring 2016 Digital Library Brown Bag Series
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Wells Library W501
1320 East Tenth Street
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
Michelle Dalmau
Michelle Dalmau - Head, Digital Collections Services, Associate Librarian
(812) 855-1261