Radical Collaboration: Making the Computational Turn in Special Collections and Archives
Shanks, Justin D.
Clark, Jason A.
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As more archival collections are digitized or born-digital, the work of archivists increasingly overlaps with the work of librarians who are responsible for research data and digital scholarship. This editorial uses Nancy McGovern's idea of radical collaboration as a framework, presenting a case study from Montana State University Library in which we collaborated across the domains of research data management, digital scholarship, archives, and special collections to integrate computational approaches into research, teaching, and service aspects of digital archival collections.
Shanks, J. D., Mannheimer, S., & Clark, J. A. (2019, November 20). Radical Collaboration: Making the Computational Turn in Special Collections and Archives. ACRL Digital Scholarship Section ResearchDataQ Editorial. Retrieved from https://researchdataq.org/editorials/radical-collaboration-making-the-computational-turn-in-special-collections-and-archives/