Looking Back on Five Years of dh+lib

Looking Back on Five Years of dh+lib
The dh+lib site debuted at the Digital Library Federation Forum in November 2012. As we approach the five-year anniversary of this project, we thought we should take a moment to reflect on where we’ve been and where we’re going. Sarah and Roxanne are the founding editors of dh+lib and, along with Zach Coble (who joined ...

Welcome, Thomas Padilla!

We are pleased to welcome Thomas Padilla to the dh+lib editorial team as a Contributing Editor. As Digital Scholarship Librarian at Michigan State University Libraries, Thomas develops and promotes data collections to Humanists, teaches on Digital Humanities methods and tools, and engages scholars across disciplines on data curation and research data management needs. Previously, Thomas ...

Welcome, Patrick Williams and Caitlin Christian-Lamb!

We are pleased to welcome Patrick Williams and Caitlin Christian-Lamb to the dh+lib editorial team. Patrick joins our project as Lead Editor for the dh+lib Review, a position previously held by founding Review editor Zach Coble, who remains an Editor-in-Chief of the site. Caitlin joins us as an additional Review Editor for the dh+lib Review. Caro Pinto and ...

Welcome, John Russell!

We are pleased to welcome John Russell to the dh+lib editorial team as a Contributing Editor. John is the Scholarly Communications Librarian at the University of Oregon Libraries, where he teaches digital scholarship methods and tools to graduate students, collaborates with faculty on digital research projects, and advocates for open access through outreach, instruction, and ...

Welcome, Josh Honn

We are pleased to welcome Josh Honn to the dh+lib editorial team as Contributing Editor. Josh is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at the Center for Scholarly Communication & Digital Curation at Northwestern University. Josh has been an active participant in the digital humanities and libraries conversation that we’ve tried to foster here at dh+lib, and was ...

Introducing the dh+lib Aggregator

Introducing the dh+lib Aggregator
One of the findings of the ACRL Digital Humanities Discussion Group’s inital survery was that respondants were interersted in an aggregation service that presented a curated selection of content from the web on digital humanities and libraries. In response to that need, dh+lib is excited to unveil its aggregator, a volunteer-driven service for highlighting and ...

Responses to our dh+lib survey: digest version

In March 2012, a conversation bubbled up on the newly-created ACRL Digital Humanities discussion group (DH DG) listserv about the need for a blog or online resource for those of us “big tent” information professionals– librarians, archivists, curators, and students–engaged with digital humanities. When the group assembled at the June 2012 ALA Annual conference in Anaheim ...