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Tuesday, October 24 • 10:00am - 10:55am
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Presentations
 
From the Ground up: Building a Digital Strategy for a New Library
Elisa Lanzi, Tristan Chambers
Smith College, United States of America
 
How do you meet the challenge to design a new library building and develop a digital library - all at the same time? Reimagining physical spaces provides a unique opportunity to infuse user-centered thinking into our daily brew. We learned to dispel magical thinking when developing systems with collaborators and vendors.
 
 
The Look and Feel of a Diverse Team
Carol Kassel
NYU Libraries, United States of America
 
My department is a diverse organization. Why is diversity important? Diversity literature lists benefits including a more productive workforce that serves the community better. In this presentation, I will discuss how the literature relates to our experience, and the benefits we see inside our team and in our work.
 
 
Data Science in Libraries: Reporting on a National Forum
Matt Burton(1), Liz Lyon(1), Chris Erdmann(2), Bonnie Tijerina(3)
1: University of Pittsburgh, United States of America; 2: North Carolina State University; 3: Data & Society
 
Data Science in Libraries is an IMLS funded National Forum that convened a workshop in May of 2017. Drawing on the expertise of participants, the project is authoring a report and laying out a roadmap to integrate data science in libraries. This presentation introduces preliminary recommendations from the project’s report.
 
 
Desiging a Studio for the METRO Community
Molly Schwartz
Metropolitan New York Library Council, United States of America
 
METRO has built a studio that includes an audio recording station, an AV media transfer rack, an imaging and digitization station, a digital forensics station, and a vinyl cutter. This presentation will give a brief summary of the design process and lessons learned.
 
 
First Things First: Conducting an Environmental Scan
Leigh Bonds
The Ohio State University, United States of America
 
This presentation will demonstrate the process for developing and conducting a DH environmental scan customized for an institution’s unique culture. It outlines the strategies used to identify the key constituents on campus and in the libraries; interview and survey key constituents; discover available resources; and determine gaps in support/resources.
 

Moderators
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Ryan Clement

Data Services Librarian, Middlebury College
Middlebury College

Speakers
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Leigh Bonds

Digital Humanities Librarian, The Ohio State University
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Carol Kassel

Senior Manager, Digital Library Infrastructure, NYU Libraries
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Elisa Lanzi

Director of Digital Strategies and Services, Smith College
Smith College
MS

Molly Schwartz

Metropolitan New York Library Council


Tuesday October 24, 2017 10:00am - 10:55am
Westmoreland

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