This paper outlines a practical framework for capacity building to develop institutional digital humanities support for IT staff, librarians, administrators, and faculty with administrative responsibilities.
As Associate Dean at Georgia State University Library, I provide leadership for all public services functions of the library, including research support, campus outreach and instruction, research data services, access and media services, and student technology support. From 2013-2014, I served as project lead on CURVE: Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment, a unique, technology-rich discovery space within the University Library supporting digital scholarship and visual research. I'm a Frye/Leading Change Institute Fellow (2008) with evolving interests in collaborative research and discovery spaces, research data services, new forms of digital scholarship, and exploring new roles for librarians.
Virtual reality teeters on the edge of becoming mainstream, with software development outstripping the hardware and memory storage needed. In this article, a librarian and an art historian discuss the many ways that VR may transform learning and student experiences.
Brown University — Digital Scholarship Lab
ECAR/CNI Digital Humanities Working Group