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One-Week, One-Tool Has Two LITS Contributers

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) recently conducted a “digital humanities barn raising” called “One Week, One Tool” at George Mason University in which a team of twelve strangers would design and implement a new software tool for humanities scholarship in only one week. The team was selected via a global application process and […]

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Wayne Morse, Interim Operations Co-Director, Center for Digital Scholarship

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Wayne will be interim Operations Co-Director of the new Center for Digital Scholarship effective June 1st. The Center is based on a combination of existing Library and IT centers, and will support scholarly and academic activities using digital technologies. Wayne’s role includes helping construct the new Center and moving it towards a goal of a […]

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The Evolution of Digital Scholarship

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My fellow Deputy CIO, Marc Overcash, joins me in this month’s update to help celebrate the evolution of digital scholarship at Emory. With the announcement of the merger of OIT and the University Library into a single operating division, we are happy to announce that a terrific group of Library IT staff is joining us […]

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