The Digital Scholarship Developer builds and implements new web applications and sites for faculty research projects. This position was created in part through an “Engaged Humanities” grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and is critical to the delivery of essential applications and service as part of the Library’s partnerships with faculty to create digitally-enriched scholarship. The Developer keeps abreast of new and developing technologies, tracks ongoing trends in digital scholarship, and communicates recommendations to the Z. Smith Reynolds Library and Wake Forest University communities. This position researches, recommends, tests, and subsequently implements innovative software applications that are well-suited for digital scholarship activities. In collaboration with the Digital Humanities Research Designer and other members of the Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication (DISC) team, the Developer trains Z. Smith Reynolds Library faculty and staff as well as campus clients on how these cutting-edge applications can be applied within a specific discipline or field of study.
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Published: Thursday, August 9, 2018 21:03 UTC
Last updated: Thursday, August 9, 2018 21:03 UTC