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Monday, October 23 • 11:00am - 11:55am
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Presentations
 
Archival Diasporas: Dispersed Ethnographic Photographs in the Age of Digitization
Ricardo Punzalan
University of Maryland College of Information Studies, United States of America
 
This presentation will discuss a framework for understanding the contexts of archival dispersion that simultaneously act as barriers to representing dispersed ethnographic photographs online. As cultural heritage institutions facilitate digital access to archival images, the ethics of online display and digital return of ethnographic images pose serious concern.
 
 
A case study - Building an untraditional oral history digital collection
Victoria Pilato
Stony Brook University, United States of America
 
A personal account of a faculty led oral history digital project consisting of student work. It will touch upon the trials, errors, and successful outcomes by discussing copyright, intellectual property, access, as well as file formats, such as best practices for born digital materials, specifically Word docs and PowerPoint files.
 
 
The Future of Finding at the University of Oxford: Visualizing Hidden Collections
Megan Hurst
Athenaeum21, United States of America
 
Update: September 2017. This presentation has been withdrawn. Oxford University has collaborated with Athenaeum21 to prototype a browse-based collections explorer, helping researchers to visualize the entire corpus of research materials available to them, and to find collections and items that are not currently discoverable through “traditional” digital search and discovery tools.

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Megan Hurst

Chief Experience Officer, Athenaeum21
I co-founded Athenaeum21 with Christine Madsen to help libraries, museums, publishers and knowledge organizations evolve, innovate, and lead our information age. My areas of expertise and passion are user experience, user research, digital strategy, assessment, digital humanities, digital preservation, digital publishing, search... Read More →
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Victoria Pilato

Digital Projects Librarian, Stony Brook University
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Ricardo Punzalan

Assistant Professor, University of Maryland College of Information Studies.
Ricardo L. Punzalan is an Assistant Professor of Archival Studies at the University of Maryland College of Information Studies. His research contributes to the growing area of research on the impact of digitization and online access to both archival institutions and the users the... Read More →


Monday October 23, 2017 11:00am - 11:55am
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