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Olivia MacIsaac

Digital Scholarship Associate Butler Libraries
Olivia MacIsaac


Irwin Library 119


I serve Butler University Libraries as the Digital Scholarship Associate in the Collections and Digital Services department. I am responsible for coordinating and supporting activities related to digitization of physical materials. I provide expertise on using digitization equipment to students and faculty looking to create or transform their scholarly work. In this role I also work closely with Scholarly Communication Librarian, Jennifer Raye and Scholarly Communication Associate, Cale Erwin, to help facilitate the dissemination of the scholarly and creative works of the institution’s faculty, staff and students to the academic community through the institutional repository, Digital Commons @ Butler University

Areas of Expertise

Digital Scholarship, Digitization, Digital Preservation, Copyright, Open Access, Library Publishing, Scholarly Communication

Professional Interests

Ethics in Digital Preservation, Community Collaboration and Collections, Memory in the Digital Age, Digital Humanities

Selected Works

Check out the the projects I've supported and the presentations I've been apart of here


[Image attribution: Headshot by Reese Bland (2018) at the inaugural African American History, Culture and Digital Humanities (AADHum) National Conference: “Intentionally Digital/Intentionally Black,” held at the University of Maryland.]