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Wednesday, October 25 • 9:00am - 9:55am
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Presentations
 
Peer-to-peer Learning to Advance Digital Preservation
Barrie Howard(1), Gina Costello(2)
1: Library of Congress, United States of America; 2: Louisiana State University
 
There are many opportunities for digital preservation training, yet there is still a significant knowledge gap. As a profession, how can we address the growing need for digital preservation knowledge and skills? This 20-minute presentation will answer the question and offer recommendations for enabling peer-to-peer learning, and provide case studies.
 
 
Incubating digital scholarship in the library
Rebecca Dowson
Simon Fraser University, Canada
 
The Digital Humanities Innovation Lab is a research incubator within the SFU Library. The goal of the incubator is to support digital scholarship projects through ideation, prototype development, and sustainability planning. This presentation will explore the process of co-developing a digital scholarship research incubator, addressing issues of operationalization and assessment.
 
 
Digital Scholarship in the Classroom: Models for Collaboration
Sarah Clayton
University of Oklahoma Libraries, United States of America
 
The Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Oklahoma Libraries routinely works with faculty to incorporate digital scholarship methods into their undergraduate courses. This presentation will highlight three of models for different levels of integration and the lessons learned.
 
 
Seeking out initiatives and partnerships for digital instruction and engagement as a systems librarian
Joseph Koivisto
University of Maryland, United States of America
 
Despite having a wide array of technical and critical skills, systems librarians may find they have few outlets for outreach and engagement. Finding partnerships and initiatives that include systems librarian voices can create richer discussions and foster innovative collaboration within and without the university library.
 
 
Privacy Training as a Critical Digital Literacy: Building the conversation among scholars, students, and librarians
Eliza Bettinger
Cornell University, United States of America
 
How can librarians prepare patrons to understand and combat threats to their digital privacy, and by extension, to their intellectual freedom? This session will examine lessons learned from my experience developing workshops for students, scholars, and librarians, and encourage conversation about we can go from here.
 

Speakers
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Eliza Bettinger

Digital Humanities Librarian, Cornell University
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Sarah Clayton

Digital Scholarship Specialist, University of Oklahoma
Sarah Clayton joined OU Libraries in July 2015. She earned her M.S. in Information from the University of Michigan in 2015 and a B.A. in History from Emory University in 2013. At OU, Sarah supports faculty and students pursing digital projects by teaching workshops on digital to... Read More →
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Gina Costello

Associate Librarian, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
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Rebecca Dowson

Digital Scholarship Librarian, SFU Library
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Joseph Koivisto

University of Maryland


Wednesday October 25, 2017 9:00am - 9:55am
Somerset

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