Digital Library Perspectives: Volume 34 Issue 3


Table of contents - Special Issue: Digital Humanities - The Shifting Contexts

Guest Editors: Allan Cho, Megan Meredith-Lobay

Kindles, card catalogs, and the future of libraries: a collaborative digital humanities project

Anna L. Neatrour, Elizabeth Callaway, Rebekah Cummings

This paper aims to determine if the digital humanities technique of topic modeling would reveal interesting patterns in a corpus of library-themed literature focused on the future…


Back to basics: Supporting digital humanities and community collaboration using the core strength of the academic library

Shannon Lucky, Craig Harkema

To describe how academic libraries can support digital humanities (DH) research by leveraging established library values and strengths to provide support for preservation and…

Respecting the language: digitizing Native American language materials

Mary Wise, Sarah R. Kostelecky

Many academic libraries use digital humanities projects to disseminate unique materials in their collections; during project planning, librarians will consider platforms, scanning…

Finding a place for genealogy and family history in the digital humanities

Casey Daniel Hoeve

Despite its growing popularity, there is a noticeable absence of references to the inclusion of genealogy and family history studies within the field of digital humanities. New…

Digital Korean studies: recent advances and new frontiers

Javier Cha

This study aims to reflect on the past and prospects of digital Korean studies.

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