Sarah Potvin

Sarah Potvin

Associate Professor in the Texas A&M University Libraries. EUA.

Sarah Potvin is an Associate Professor in the Texas A&M University Libraries. As the Digital Scholarship Librarian, based in the Office of Scholarly Communication, she has experience coordinating a portfolio of digital humanities, digital collection, and library technology projects, with attention to platforms, standards, varieties of open access, and interoperability.

Her current assignments emphasize a post-custodial approach to digital scholarship that extends the principles and practices of stewardship to collections outside of libraries’ custody.

Ms. Potvin recently concluded work as a project team member and co-Investigator on the IMLS-sponsored Always Already Computational: Collections as Data project (2016-2018).

She is a founding editor of dh+lib and a founding convener of the Libraries and Digital Humanities Special Interest Group of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations.

Her research and service work is primarily focused on digital humanities, the politics and complexities of public and open access, and community engagement.