Brianna Marshall is the Digital Curation Coordinator at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is responsible for Research Data Services and Madison’ institutional repository, MINDS@UW. She became interested in the digital humanities when she was doing her Master’s degree at the Indiana University School for Informatics and Computing. Brianna works with digital humanists, offering students and scholars help with their digital needs, as well as facilitating collaborations between researchers. In this interview Brianna talks to us about her perspective on why digital humanities is important and how libraries can support digital scholarship.
Listen to the highlights of Brianna’s interview here:
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