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Digital Scholarship is. . .
Teaching or research scholarship that takes advantage of digital technologies to ask and answer questions in a new way. (Schlosser, OSU)
What can a Digital Scholarship Librarian do for you?
- Focus on expanding the capacity of Centre College to create, share, and incorporate digital scholarship into the fabric of the curriculum.
- Promote Centre Scholars' works to a wider audience.
- Support non-disposable assignments in order to add to the broader world of scholarship.
- Provide the education and tools to create dynamic projects.
- Provide long term support of datasets.
Examples of Digital Scholarship
Colleges Partnering with Communities
The Colleges Partnering with Communities Project consists of an inter-campus network of undergraduate courses at six liberal arts colleges across the Southern region: Fisk University, Centre College, Rollins College, the University of Richmond, the University of the South, and Washington and Lee University. Our students are partnering this academic year with representatives of local communities of color who have deep historical links to our respective campuses. The students and community groups are jointly developing online exhibits, archives, and other locally oriented projects that explore those connections and confront the history and legacies of racial inequities in our shared communities.
History of Gender at Centre College
Gender has been a central component of the student experience at Centre College. As a residential liberal arts institution, gender directly structured spaces for academics, socializing, and living. Product of the Spring 2021, History 375 class.
Lived Histories: Urban Renewal
Oral histories collected with the help of the Danville Boyle County African American Historical Society (DBCAAHS) to document the area's Urban Renewal projects in the 1960s and 70s.
Paving the Way
Paving the Way is a digital collection of the work of President Walter A. Groves at Centre College, Danville, KY. Groves served as president of the college from 1948-1956, and one of his goals was admitting African-American students at Centre, a traditionally all-White college. This site was developed by Hannah Ensign-George ’18 using primary documents from the Centre College Special Collections and Archives.
Piercing Centre’s Spectral Bubble: What Truly Haunts Centre College
Research from Professor Egge's Centre Term 2021, HIST 470 class: Haunted America.
Digital Scholarship Librarian