Type of Work

Book Chapter

Publication Date

2015

Book Title

Supporting Digital Humanities for Knowledge Acquisition in Modern Libraries

Book Editor

Kathleen L. Sacco, Scott S. Richmond, Sara Parme, Kerrie Fergen Wilkes

Publisher

Information Science Reference

City

Hershey, PA, USA

First Page

21

Last Page

43

ISBN

9781466684447

Abstract

Many professors and students are surprised to learn about the variety of skills metadata and catalog librarians possess that can benefit their digital humanities projects. Metadata and catalog librarians already have experience in areas such as developing project metadata schemas and controlled vocabularies, as well as providing suggestions for project organization, and have the basic abilities needed to support learning new skills such as XML and TEI. This chapter will offer perspectives on how a metadata and catalog librarian can contribute to digital humanities projects. A case study focusing on the involvement of the Metadata and Catalog Librarian with the Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi) at Hamilton College will be used to illustrate one example of how to become successfully involved in digital humanities research on campus.

Notes

This chapter appeared on pages 21-43 of:

Sacco, Kathleen L, Scott S. Richmond, Sara Parme, and Kerrie F. Wilkes, eds. Supporting Digital Humanities for Knowledge Acquisition in Modern Libraries. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 2015.

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