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January 22, 2013 in Kaetrena Davis Kendrick, Senior Fellow, KPK Scholarly Activity | Tags: access, digital humanities, hallyu, librarianship, metadata, preservation, scholarly communication, scholarship, social media, teaching and learning | by Nunee | Leave a comment
Guiding the Wave: Academic Librarians’ Practical Role in Digital Humanities
2013 Association of College and Research Libraries Conference
Indianapolis, IN • April 10-13, 2013
Kaetrena Davis Kendrick, M.S.L.S. • University of South Carolina Lancaster
This engaging poster session focuses on LIS-centric projects that support the mission of a digital cultural study focusing on the international development of Korean popular culture (Hallyu – Korean wave). Digital archiving, undergraduate teaching and learning, scholarly communication, social media tools, and digital documentation (digital-born preservation) are only a few of many skills an academic librarian can bring to digital humanities projects. Attendees will discuss how these skills have been applied to this unique study at a private liberal arts university.
July 10, 2012 in Kaetrena Davis Kendrick, Senior Fellow, KDK_DigitalEssays, KPK Scholarly Activity | Tags: ADHO, Brett Bobley, collaboration, digital humanities, DiRT, HASTAC, higher education, information, librarians, libraries, Office of Digital Humanities, projects, scholarship, social media | by Nunee | 1 comment
Kaetrena Davis Kendrick, M.S.L.S.
University of South Carolina Lancaster
This past May I presented at a Library and Information Science (LIS) conference to talk with my colleagues about how I am using my professional skills at KPK (and why they should do similar work). If you browse the KPK site, you will quickly come across the essays and Shout Outs pieces I’ve published, and my main projects –Digital Documentation, News Archiving, and KPK Intern training — rely heavily on the data mining, information organization, and emerging technology skills and tools I’ve honed and come across in my work as an academic librarian.