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Monday, October 15 • 2:35pm - 3:30pm
#m3a: Advancing the Field

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Presentations
 
Digital Research Collection: Higher Education Policy for Minorities
Andrea Briceno Mosquera
Virginia Tech, University Libraries, Blacksburg VA, United States of America
 
The Digital Research Collection of Higher Education Policy for Minorities aims to openly disseminate high-quality research to encourage the academic community, policymakers, and the public to engage and improve educational aspects and challenges that minority students face. Currently, the collection contains 450 selected materials that come from diverse organizations.
 
 
Updating TaDiRAH: Proposing Taxonomy for Digital Scholarship Activities in Libraries
Erica Hayes(2), Matt Hunter(1), Sarah Stanley(1), Micah Vandegrift(2)
1: Florida State University, United States of America; 2: North Carolina State University, United States of America
 
Despite the impact of digital scholarship on academic library work, challenges remain in the communication and recognition of this work within organizations and among colleagues and administrators. This panel will discuss a potential Taxonomy of Digital Scholarship Activities in Libraries (TaDiSAIL) to better equip academic librarians to discuss their work.
 
 
When Does a New Role Cease To Be New?: Situating the Work Of Library-Based Digital Humanities/Scholarship Support Positions
Paige Morgan(1), Helene Williams(2)
1: University of Miami Libraries; 2: University of Washington iSchool
 
We present the results of our continuing qualitative analysis of a corpus of over 150 job ads for library-based digital humanities/digital scholarship support positions. We focus on how these roles have changed and stabilized since 2009, and questions they raise about libraries' strategic choices in this area.
 
 
Values-Based Evaluation in the Library
Nicky Agate
Columbia University Libraries, United States of America
 
What if professional success in any endeavor—creating a syllabus, writing an article, building a digital project, organizing a conference, etc.—were evaluated according to a shared scholarly communications framework that measured impact not in numbers—retweets, citations, or attendance—but in how well the project enacted a set of mutually agreed-upon values?
 

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Nicky Agate

Assistant Director, Scholarly Communications & Projects, Columbia University Libraries
Values-based evaluation (humetricshss.org) & promoting global OA LIS scholarship (theidealis.org).
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Erica Hayes

NCSU Libraries Fellow, North Carolina State University Libraries
avatar for Matt Hunter

Matt Hunter

Digital Scholarship Technologist, Florida State University
Digital Humanities, Virtual Reality, Library Publishing, Open Access, Roman History, British History, Historical Food & Agriculture
avatar for Paige Morgan

Paige Morgan

Digital Humanities Librarian, University of Miami
University of Miami
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Helene Williams

Senior Lecturer, University of Washington Information School
University of Washington


Monday October 15, 2018 2:35pm - 3:30pm
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