Digital Scholarship Summer Fellowships (Full-Time) -- Frost Library
Not sure what digital scholarship is, but intrigued by the term? Want to learn about methods for digital scholarship and develop hands-on skills? Interested in developing a digital exhibition, geographical interface to historical information, data visualization, or textual analysis? Do you want to work with cool archival documents?
Apply for a Frost Library Digital Scholarship Summer Fellowship! We welcome a range of applicants—no prior technical or digital scholarship experience necessary, just curiosity and commitment. This fellowship is a site for exploration of diverse interests and backgrounds in a digital space, and we encourage and welcome applications from all majors and academic backgrounds.
Fellows will have the opportunity to work with a small group of peers, librarians, archivists, and IT specialists to develop skills such as:
- Assessing and choosing digital scholarship methods and approaches
- Digitization, curation, information visualization, project management, and other specific areas of digital scholarship
- Evaluating tools for digital scholarship
- Collaboratively designing and developing a digital scholarship project built around one of the Library’s digital archival collections
Term: Early June to late July or early August 2020 (8 weeks)
Number of Hours: 35 hours/week
Hourly Wage: $14.00 (approximately $3,920 total for the summer), partial campus room and board subsidy provided for non-seniors
How to Apply:
Submit your résumé and a letter of interest via Handshake. In your cover letter, please include (1) what skills you bring to the fellowship, (2) what you would hope to get out of it, and (3) the name, email and phone number for a faculty reference.
Contact Name: Sarah Walden McGowan
Please note: Students must have resumes reviewed and approved by Loeb Center staff before they will be able to apply to postings in Handshake. For more information about this process, click here.