Paige Morgan is the Digital Scholarship Librarian & Scholarly Publishing Officer at the University of Miami. Prior to joining UM, she held a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship at McMaster University. She holds a PhD in English and Textual Studies from the University of Washington. In the past ten years, Morgan has worked within the field of digital humanities in several capacities: as a researcher, instructor, data wrangler, and community/curriculum builder. She specializes in contexts where digital scholarship is a new endeavor for an institution, and there are few formal courses, training programs, or local experts available. Her research interests include eighteenth and nineteenth-century British poetry, social infrastructure for digital scholarship training, linked open data, and the different types of labor involved in digital scholarship and librarianship. You can find her writing at DH&Lib, Archive Journal, Romanticism, and forthcoming in College and Undergraduate Libraries.