Webinar Description: Digital scholarship is a growing trend across a range of higher education institutions, from research-intensive universities to small liberal arts colleges. Many academic libraries are responding to the trend by creating services and spaces to support digital scholarship. But how do smaller institutions with limited resources provide broad support, particularly when there's little-to-no expectation of hiring multiple experts to provide services and support across a range of areas (e.g. data services, GIS, data visualization)? This webinar will explore approaches for mid-size and smaller libraries and library experts to support digital scholarship given staffing and other resource limitations.
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Wertzberger, Janelle, "How a Small Library Can Support Digital Scholarship... Without a DS Center or Anyone with DS in Their Job Title" (2018). Musselman Library Staff Publications. 79.