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Thursday, October 26 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
#r3c: They're More Like Guidelines: Reflections on Best Practices from New Professionals

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They're More Like Guidelines: Reflections on Best Practices from New Professionals
Elizabeth England(1), Charlotte Kostelic(2), Joe Carrano(3), Meredith Broadway(4), Megan Potterbusch(5), Amy Gay(6)
1: Johns Hopkins University, United States of America; 2: Library of Congress; 3: Georgetown University; 4: World Bank Group; 5: Association of Research Libraries; 6: U.S. Food & Drug Administration
 
This panel will focus on National Digital Stewardship Residency projects united by the common thread of ‘best versus good enough’ and the residents’ experiences navigating the political nature of best practices and compromise, covering topics such as scalability, institutional resources, competing priorities, and responding to new policy implementations.

Speakers
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Joe Carrano

National Digital Stewardship Resident, Georgetown University Library
Joe Carrano is the National Digital Stewardship Resident at Georgetown University Library. He has an MA in History and an MLS with a specialization in Archives, Records, and Information Management from the University of Maryland, College Park.
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Elizabeth England

Digital Processing Archivist, Johns Hopkins University
Elizabeth England is the Digital Processing Archivist at the Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, where she previously served as a National Digital Stewardship Resident. Her 2016-17 residency project focused on the preservation of the university’s born-digital visual hi... Read More →
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Charlotte Kostelic

National Digital Stewardship Resident, Library of Congress
Charlotte is the National Digital Stewardship Resident for the Library of Congress, where her project focuses on researching opportunities for metadata and systems interoperability for collections related to early American history and Georgian England.


Thursday October 26, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
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