Libraries and librarians have adopted a variety of approaches to support digital humanities (DH). Rooted in a small college environment, this poster will detail a peer-learning model adopted by one library to support classroom digital projects with trained students, who have completed an 8-week summer digital scholarship fellowship. Similar to other peer learning models in libraries to expand instruction and reference services, trained students can expand a library’s support for DH by teaching in the classroom and providing consultations, enhance their own digital and presentation skills, and support student learning as both expert and peer.
This is a modified PowerPoint version of the poster, which had been created in the digital iPoster system.
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Baugess, Clinton K. “Student as Expert: Peer Learning to Support Digital Scholarship in the Classroom.” Poster presented at the ACRL conference, Cleveland, OH, April 12, 2019.