Digital Scholarship Collaboration: Linking Humanities with the Library as a Model for Campus-Wide Digital Scholarship Initiative
Dr. John Rocco
- John Rocco
- Ian August, Educational Technologist/Instructional Designer
- Annie Tummino, Archivist and Scholarly Communications Librarian
- Julie Oyer, Brockport
This project will survey the SUNY environment to create a network of those involved in scholarly communication. The goal is to create closer alignment and deeper partnerships for librarians and faculty in pursuing scholarly research, grants and publication.
- Glenn McClure, SUNY Geneseo
- Karen Canning, Batavia NY
Geneseo, State University College at
- Jessica Clemens, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
- Katie DeRusso, SUNY Cobleksill
- Carleen Huxley, Jefferson Community College
- Alice Wilson, Monroe Community College
Creation and facilitation of a system for identification and curation of shareable content produced by SUNY faculty.
Development of a workflow tool to enable coordinated collection development, last copy detection, and resource sharing. By linking gift processing, conspectus analysis, and deselection among all the SUNY libraries, GDM Online will allow for enhanced acquisitions through usage data from ILLiad systems, book lists, and circulation statistics.
- Stephen P. Weiter, SUNY ESF
College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Demonstration project using the iPod touch, students will take photos of the spaces and resources in the library and use digital storytelling tools to tell a story about their orientation experience to the library.
Carol Anne Germain
- Tor Loney, University at Albany
- John Pardavila, University at Albany
University at Albany
Development of an online information literacy (IL) toolbook to promote information and digital fluency. This tool will fill a void for students as well as faculty by incorporating key information concepts at multiple levels (e.g., proximity searches).
In addition to conference outcomes, a digital online dictionary/encyclopedia promoting information literacy and digital fluency was developed.