Digital Collections and Scholarship: Discussion on Scholarly Advisory Boards for Digital Libraries/Collections

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Digital Collections and Scholarship: Discussion on Scholarly Advisory Boards for Digital Libraries/Collections
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Abstract
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English
Creator:
Taylor, Laurie N.
Alteri, Suzan
Thorat, Dhanashree
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THATCamp Florida 2013
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Orlando, FL
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Document is the abstract for facilitated discussion.
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Laurie N. Taylor, Suzan Alteri, and Dhanashree Thorat. “Digital Collections and Scholarship: Discussion on Scholarly Advisory Boards for Digital Libraries/Collections.” Abstract proposal for facilitated discussion. THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp) Florida, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL: Feb. 16, 2013. http://florida2013.thatcamp.org/02/09/digital-collections-and-scholarship-baldwin-and-others/.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Abstract below from the THATCamp Florida 2013 website: http://florida2013.thatcamp.org/02/09/di gital collections and scholarship baldwin and others/ Abstract submitted for facilitated d iscussion by Laurie N. Taylor, Suzan Alteri, and Dhanashree Thorat on February 16, 2013 5 Digital collections and libraries are often created through collaboration with librarians, teaching faculty, and others. This panel would be a discussion panel on current strategies and best practices for engaging scholars and librarians in collaborativel y supporting d igital libraries and new forms of digital scholarship with those libraries. The discussion could include considerations of roles, practices, and concerns for best supporting and engaging with a scholarly advisory board for digital libraries, collections, and projects. The discussion could include a current example of how to best support the Baldwin in collaboration with and utilizing the expertise of faculty on campus as a scholarly advisory board. The is one of the top of its kind in the world and fa culty regularly travel to the collections, teach with the collections, utilize the collections in research, and more, all of these activities continue, extend, and alter in ways for the digital collections of the Baldwin. The discussion could also include the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) with its Scholarly Advisory Board, new forms of digital scholarship, facilitated peer review and more. The discussion will include how to ensure full attribution and recognition for activities, as well as engagement and collaboration for ongoing development and for new opportunities for library growth and new digital scholarship works.