MemberMaxwell Gray

…Digital Scholarship Librarian, Raynor Memorial Libraries…

I studied literature and information at the University of Wisconsin—Madison. Now I’m a digital scholarship librarian in Raynor Memorial Libraries at Marquette University, where I’m part of the Digital Scholarship Lab. I do poetry, translation, digital humanities, public digital scholarship, and information literacy. At the Digital Scholarship Lab my focus areas are public humanities, digital humanities, creative research, experimental methods, digital editions, digital collections, web development, web archiving, data analytics, database design, metadata, linked data, information literacy, and new media.

MemberSean Knowlton

…Librarian For Digital Scholarship…

As the Head of Digital Scholarship and Initiatives, Sean provides leadership for library efforts to promote and support digital scholarship initiatives across campus. He plans, coordinates, manages, and evaluates all activities in conjunction with the library’s strategic directions and reports to the Director of User Services and Library IT. In this role, Sean supervises, evaluates and provides professional support to staff in the Digital Scholarship and Initiatives department. He identifies and implements evolving digital tools and resources that advance scholarly investigation while building upon traditional research methodologies. Working with faculty, researchers and students, this position seeks to further successful use and integration of digital tools in research, teaching and learning. Sean is a partner and resource person for subject librarians and curators and will serve as a liaison providing research assistance, information literacy instruction and collection development in his assigned subject area.