As part of the CNI initiative on Directions in Digital Scholarship: Support for Digital, Data-intensive, and Computational Research, recordings from two webinars are available at https://www.cni.org/events/cni-workshops/directions-in-digital-scholarship-support-for-digital-data-intensive-and-computational-research-in-academic-libraries/2023-directions-in-digital-scholarship-webinars
In the recent webinar on May 24, Jay Brodeur of McMaster University, Lauren Di Monte of Yale University, and Anne Cong-Huyen and Joe Bauer of University of Michigan, talked about what’s next with their digital scholarship programs, focusing on initiatives that are responsive to institutional priorities, are based on principles and broad trends, and often address organizational structures, policies and partnerships.
In the April 20 webinar, Joe Lucia of Temple University, Nicky Agate of University of Pennsylvania, and Olivia Wikle of University of Idaho provide perspectives on the evolution and current focus of the digital scholarship programs in their libraries, highlighting different focuses and perspectives.
All of the presenters provide thoughtful insights and viewpoints which illustrate the variety and range of library programs focusing on digital, data-intensive, and computational research.
If your institution is developing or re-thinking a digital scholarship program, I believe you’ll find these recordings very useful.