How Librarians and Faculty Use Digital Humanities

Published on March 9, 2016 Learn more on a survey that Gale conducted with American Libraries. Librarians were asked the survey question: “What does the best model look like for the digital humanities?”.  Also gain insight on Faculty responses and perspectives. See what their responses were. How Librarians and Faculty Use Digital Humanities  

Educators Embrace Technology to Verify Digital Resource Quality

GVRL eBook Success Story

Lauren Stokes, the Virtual Library Manager at the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District, often envisions customers in their bedtime pajamas. “I want them to be nice and comfortable,” Stokes joked. Stokes has good reason to picture users in this manner. It’s her job to ensure the 1.2 million people served by the 25 libraries in her county not only have access to but are using the district’s investment of digital resources.

To accomplish her goal, Stokes first had to convince educators and customers the library’s digital offerings were of the same quality as its print collection. “It just didn’t seem to click that it’s the same content whether you’re looking at it online or on a piece of paper,” Stokes said.

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