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Library Services for Digital Scholarship

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The Library partners with faculty and students to develop digital scholarship projects at UW Bothell. Please contact Denise Hattwig if you have questions or would like to schedule a consultation


The Library consults with faculty and students about all aspects of digital and open scholarship, including:

  • Project planning and management
  • Tools and platforms
  • Open access, copyright, fair use, Creative Commons, and agreement forms
  • Assignment and syllabus design for open pedagogy projects and student digital scholarship
  • Open student work
  • Archives and archiving
  • Oral history
  • Digital asset management, digital collections development, and repositories
  • Metadata development
  • Public engagement, publicity, and impact
  • Open Access publishing


The Library works with faculty to teach digital scholarship workshops. Example topics include the following:

  • Open scholarship and working in open environments
  • Copyright, fair use, and Creative Commons for digital scholarship
  • Developing metadata and description for context and discovery of digital items
  • Archives theory and practice, critical archiving
  • Producing oral histories
  • Tool-specific skills

Digital Archiving

The Library partners with faculty and students to build select digital archives. These are typically long-term projects closely aligned with UW Bothell's and the Library's goals and strategic priorities, especially related to social justice, equity, and diversity. Our digital archives are community-engaged and prioritize public impact and student involvement. Contact us if you have an idea you would like to explore.

We are also available to consult with faculty and students about other archiving options.