Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2017

Publication Source

College & Undergraduate Libraries

Abstract

This article examines work building a digital humanities community at Salem State’s Berry Library. The initiatives are comprised of a three-pronged approach: laying groundwork to build a DH center, building the DH project Digital Salem as a place-based locus for digital scholarship and launching an undergraduate internship program to explore ethical ways of creating innovative research experiences for undergraduate students. Together, these initiatives constitute an important move toward putting libraries at the center of creating DH opportunities for underserved student populations and a model for building DH at regional comprehensive universities.

Comments

Author’s accepted manuscript of an article to be published in College & Undergraduate Libraries: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10691316.2017.1337530

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