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====Upcoming Twitter Chats====
 
====Upcoming Twitter Chats====
Digital Scholarship Assessment
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'''Digital Scholarship Assessment'''
 
Tuesday, 18 December, 3:00-4:00 EST
 
Tuesday, 18 December, 3:00-4:00 EST
 
Hosted by @HogenboomKaren, @elotroalex, and @Leigh_Bonds  
 
Hosted by @HogenboomKaren, @elotroalex, and @Leigh_Bonds  

Revision as of 09:40, 17 December 2018

The DLF Digital Scholarship Working Group formed at the 2017 Forum in Pittsburgh to bring together librarians, coordinators, specialists, and project managers working in digital scholarship broadly or digital humanities specifically and sharing the charge of supporting digital research projects, coordinating community efforts, and bridging campus silos with few resources, minimal infrastructure, and informal partnerships. The group includes those working in established, fully staffed digital scholarship units or centers whose experiences enrich discussions and inform initiatives.


Get Involved

Google Group

The Google Group serves as a forum for continued and expanded conversations, planning, and tip-sharing. Each month, a guest moderator drives conversations on a specific topic of their choosing. The group is open to anyone interested in digital scholarship and digital humanities work in libraries. Join here.

#DLFds Twitter Chats

Twitter chats provide a forum for discussing specific topics of interest proposed by members of our group. Members may propose a topic here or review previous Twitter chats here.

Upcoming Twitter Chats

Digital Scholarship Assessment Tuesday, 18 December, 3:00-4:00 EST Hosted by @HogenboomKaren, @elotroalex, and @Leigh_Bonds

  • Which aspects of your DS work are you assessing and what is the goal of your DS assessment?
  • What benchmarks or rubrics do you use to assess DS work? (Please share details.)
  • What tools do you use to track DS/DH activities for assessment purposes?
  • What specific information do you capture about DS/DH consultations?
  • What feedback do you gather about DS/DH instruction (lectures, seminars, workshops, etc.)?
  • How do you track and report unmet needs and support requests?

Labor in DS/DH February Hosted by @AlexWermerColan

Creative Engagements

We are always on the lookout for creative, rapid-prototype, distributed-effort ways of engaging with each other. If you have any creative idea you want us to pursue that will help us understand an issue or improve our work, make sure to bring it up for discussion on the Google Group.