52 · Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
to the library’s servers. We also worked together to establish Shibboleth authentication for 12 other institutions in the
Committee of Institutional Cooperation consortium. Now MONK is available to all users as a digital humanities tool for
research through the library.
There are many other faculty-driven centers offering DH services at the university. The library provides space to two
of them (IATH and SHANTI) and, in both cases, was instrumental in their creation. Partnerships with these and other
centers are sustained as projects move fluidly between them.
UNC Press: on print on demand and a digital publishing platform with annotation capabilities. Faculty in English,
History, American Studies, African-American studies, Latin American studies, Journalism and Mass Communication,
Religious Studies, Comparative Literature, and the Center for the Study of the American South: on individual projects.
Faculty from these and other disciplines serve on the Editorial Board for Documenting the American South (a flagship
digital humanities initiative), which helps to cultivate relationships, as does word of mouth from successful relationships.
With the School of Information and Library Science, we provide ﬁeld experience to students to work on digital
humanities projects while simultaneously teaching them about how such projects are designed and run.
University Press: to publish a digital humanities monograph.
We are partnering with our art museum, our museum of natural and cultural history, our InfoGraphics lab in Geography,
our Social Sciences Instructional Lab, the Yamada Language Center. Most partnerships have arisen around speciﬁc
projects, speciﬁc resources.
We collaborate with the campus’s Information Technology Division to host our local repository. We also work with the
California Digital Library, as they host a variety of digital services our faculty may use, such as ArtStor, an electronic
publishing service, and a web archiving service.
We have long-standing collaborative relationships with the Academic Technologies unit of central IT and the Multimedia
Learning Center, a small faculty support unit within the college of arts and sciences. New relationships are being
developed with other school IT units, with particular focus on the IT group in the college of arts and sciences.
We have ongoing regular meetings with the Humanities Digital Workshop, part of Arts & Sciences. We are currently
collaborating with them on a library, IMLS-funded digital project, and are in discussions with them about creating a
digital collaborative space in which internal library resources (DLS) would be co-located with HDW.
We have partnered with research computing.
We have worked with faculty in English, History, and Jewish Studies.
Work with academic departments and IT in School of Arts & Sciences and campus museum.
Yes, more as sub-contractor (we served as key scanning facility, for example).
24. Has the library partnered with other institutions to provide digital humanities services? N=48
Yes 27 56%
No 21 44%