We’re Looking for Fall 2019 Editors-At-Large!

Greetings, friends! The dh+lib Review, a volunteer-driven service for highlighting and sharing the best of digital humanities and libraries, is looking for Editors-at-Large for Fall 2019. dh+lib Review posts appear on the dh+lib homepage, in a weekly email newsletter, and are shared in our Twitter feed. Items are selected from the streams of content produced ...

What I’m Reading this Summer: Charlie Harper

Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Dr. Charlie Harper, Digital Scholarship ...

What I’m Reading this Summer: Rebekah Cummings 1

What I'm Reading this Summer: Rebekah Cummings
Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Rebekah Cummings, Digital Matters Librarian ...

What I’m Reading This Summer: Amy Gay

Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Amy Gay, Digital Scholarship Librarian ...

What I’m Reading This Summer: Erica Hayes

Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Erica Hayes, Digital Scholarship Librarian ...

What I’m Reading This Summer: Bobby Smiley

Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Bobby Smiley, Interim Director of ...

What I’m Reading This Summer: Andy Boyles Petersen

Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Andy Boyles Petersen, Digital Scholarship ...

RECOMMENDED: Beyond Open: Implementing Social Scholarship (INKE)

In 2018, Implementing New Knowledge Environments Partnership (INKE) brought together nearly 60 researchers, students, librarians, and academic-aligned groups to explore topics of scholarly communication, open access, and community engagement at Beyond Open: Implementing Social Scholarship. Published as a special issue by the same name in the journal KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies and ...

RECOMMENDED: Archiving DH, Part 3

In March of this year, dh+lib Review highlighted “Archiving DH Part 1: The Problem” and “Archiving DH Part 2: The Problem in Detail,” published by the University of Virginia’s Scholars’ Lab on their blog. They have just published “Archiving DH Part 3: The Long View,” written by Brandon Butler, Amanda Visconti, and Ammon Shepherd. The ...

OPPORTUNITY: ACH 2019 Bursaries

Along with the conference agenda, the organizers of ACH 2019 have published a call for applications for travel and registration bursaries. ACH 2019 will take place in Pittsburgh, PA, this summer, 23-26 July 2019. The travel bursaries ($320) aim to help defray costs of travel for presenters at the conference, including airfare, lodging, meals, poster ...

JOB: Scholarly Communications Librarian (Gettysburg College)

From the announcement: Gettysburg College’s Musselman Library invites a librarian with a teaching and outreach orientation to join its Scholarly Communications department. Our library is a dynamic organization where every staff member makes a difference. We serve an increasingly diverse liberal arts community of 2,600 undergraduate students, including 20-25% first-generation college students and over 16% ...