Digital Humanities demands collaboration

This piece is from the ACRL Keeping Up With series. “Keeping Up With…Digital Humanities”

DH invites—and demands—collaboration with parties outside of the library

“Supporting long-term digital research usually requires working with third parties. The necessary privileges—such as administrator accounts (for software installation), high-level server access, or extra network storage or bandwidth—are rarely handled by librarians, and library staff may be ill-equipped to provide advanced technical support.”

This was written by Jennifer L. Adams and Kevin B. Gunn.


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