ACRL University Libraries Section Professional Development Committee is hosting a webinar on “Cultivating Partnerships in Digital Humanities: Strategies, Tips, and Lessons Learned,” that will take place on November 12, 2022, at 1:00pm (CST). The webinar will address such questions as: “How can librarians collaborate effectively to promote cross-disciplinary scholarship and teaching in digital humanities” and “What are examples of spaces, activities, and programs developed cooperatively by librarians and digital humanities colleagues?” From the description:
This session will include a panel discussion exploring partnerships between the library and digital humanities (DH) colleagues at Michigan State University (MSU). The panelists will describe collaborative work in developing spaces, programs, outreach, and events to connect scholars from across campus engaging in digital scholarship in the humanities and social sciences.
Registrants will receive access to both the live webinar and archives recording, as well as other follow-up correspondence from ACRL. Register here: https://ala-events.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_I2O4HaHgTzazY8JAUKpqsA
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