I’m the digital projects librarian in the University of Florida’s Digital Library Center. This blog chronicles my work with the Digital Library Center. In the DLC, I get to digitize various materials including books, paintings, manuscripts, objects (like this biscuit), audio, and more. Digitizing materials is only part of my work, though. I’m largely working on projects to help people better access and use the collections, which includes writing lesson plans, grants, creating learning objects, creating mashups (like adding materials from the digital collections to Google Earth and Maps), and more. Working in the Digital Library Center is fascinating and it’s not what many peopleRead More →
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Laurie N. Taylor is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at the University of Florida (UF). Her work focuses on socio-technical (people, policies, technologies, communities) supports for scholarly cyberinfrastructure. She is a co-convenor for the Digital Humanities Working Group, Board Member for the DH Graduate Certificate, and collaborates with many others to enable an environment of radical collaboration. She is the Digital Scholarship Director for the international collaborative Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) and was a founding Steering Committee Member for the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium (FLDH).