Two to three students from both Carleton and St. Olaf will be selected to learn a few carefully chosen, important Digital Humanities technologies.  They will train intensively with staff members in IT and the Library from both colleges during the month of January 2013.  They will then “practice” these technologies through working consistently on a few emerging DH projects, seeking help from resident experts on both campuses, while working under the immediate supervision of a reference librarian and an IT staff member.  Students will have a designated office in the library for their work.  As more DH projects emerge, the students can shift their attention to supporting faculty who are directed to them by the relevant staff members.
Carleton College: Humanities Center: New Digital Humanities Associates Positions for Students.