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Friday, April 24 • 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Immersive Scholar: Development, Documentation, Display, and Dissemination of Experiential Research and Scholarship

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North Carolina (NC) State University Libraries was awarded a $414,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to develop models and tools for the creation and sharing of experiential scholarship in large-scale immersive and visualization environments. The grant consisted of three specific elements: a series of five sub-grants for partner institutions developing new shareable infrastructure or projects in immersive and visualization environments; a residency program at NC State to create new visual content to be tested, shared, and adapted at participating institutions; a culminating symposium to share and assess results, and examine these works in the larger frame of new forms of scholarly communication. This presentation will discuss the outcomes and lessons learned from the Immersive Scholar project, highlighting the tools, technologies, and content developed, situating the project in ongoing discussions about open infrastructure, public and community-engaged scholarship, principles-based research production, and the library as the platform and publisher of new forms of scholarship.

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Micah Vandegrift

Visiting Program Officer for Accelerating the Social Impact of Research, Association Research Libraries

Shelby Hallman

Research Librarian for Engineering & Entrepreneurship, North Carolina State University

Friday April 24, 2020 1:00pm - 1:30pm EDT