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Wednesday, October 25 • 10:00am - 10:55am
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Moving mountains: Collaborative workflows for digitization of archival collections
Teresa Soleau
Getty Research Institute, United States of America
Processing, describing, and digitizing portions of a collection of archival records that are contained in 5,500 boxes in under 5 years is no small feat! Come hear about how we developed innovative workflows for providing online access to over 30,000 stock photographs from the M. Knoedler & Co. records.
Challenging the Status Quo: Breaking Away From The Traditional Modes of Creating Digital Collection
Salwa Ismail, Suzanne Chase
Georgetown University
Speakers will discuss emerging non-traditional trends in creating digital collections that challenge the status quo of how libraries create digital collections currently. Focus will also be on how libraries can get involved with faculty in ways that go beyond just the use and digitization of in-house library collections.
Dancers and Digital Preservation: Involving Dance Students in the Digitization of Archival Performance Videos
Brianna Gormly
Franklin and Marshall College
Franklin and Marshall College student performance videos on VHS and DVD are at risk for deterioration and obsolescence. Archives and Special Collections is partnering with the Dance Department to offer Dance students the opportunity to complete required technical work hours by migrating performance videos off analog media.
Mapping Digital Scholarship at Harvard
Carol Kentner
Harvard University, Graduate School of Education, United States of America
By scraping the harvard.edu domain, we can inventory information related to research centers and initiatives and convert that data into an interactive infographic, map, or dashboard. Library leaders can then use these tools to understand the digital scholarship hotspots, intersections and vectors to target support.

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Christa Williford

Director of Research and Assessment, Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR)
I work on research projects related to CLIR programs and related initiatives in the HE and cultural heritage sectors.

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Suzanne Chase

Head, Digital Scholarship and Technology Services, Georgetown University Library
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Brianna Gormly

Digital Initiatives Librarian, Franklin and Marshall College
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Carol Kentner

Digital Scholarship Librarian, Harvard University, Graduate School of Education
Open Access, IR, Copyright, Licensing, Curricular Content, Canvas, Scholarly Communications
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Teresa Soleau

Digital Preservation and Library Systems Manager, J. Paul Getty Trust

Wednesday October 25, 2017 10:00am - 10:55am EDT