Vol. 2 No. 2 (2017)
Peer Reviewed Articles

De-centering and re-centering digital scholarship: A manifesto

Carolyn Moritz
Office of Digital Research and Scholarship, Florida State University
Rachel Smart
Office of Digital Research and Scholarship, Florida State University
Aaron Retteen
Office of Digital Research and Scholarship, Florida State University
Matthew Hunter
Office of Digital Research and Scholarship, Florida State University
Sarah Stanley
Office of Digital Research and Scholarship, Florida State University
Devin Soper
Office of Digital Research and Scholarship, Florida State University
Micah Vandegrift
Office of Digital Research and Scholarship, Florida State University
Published December 31, 2017
Keywords
  • digital scholarship, digital librarianshp, ARL, American Research Libraries, Digital Scholarship institute.
How to Cite
Moritz, C., Smart, R., Retteen, A., Hunter, M., Stanley, S., Soper, D., & Vandegrift, M. (2017). De-centering and re-centering digital scholarship: A manifesto . Journal of New Librarianship, 2(2), 102-109. Retrieved from https://newlibs.org/index.php/jonl/article/view/615

Abstract

The continued growth of digital scholarship in librarianship, as evidenced in new positions, new centers, new institutes, new reports/publications, and responding to the ethical turn that our field has undergone in response to current political culture. Following the ARL Digital Scholarship Institute, we agreed that it would be useful to have a document to point to that reflects and illuminates the impetus behind these impulses. Not finding such a document, we decided to produce this as a catalyst to begin that conversation.