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Monday, October 15 • 2:35pm - 3:30pm
#m3d: Student/Library Partnerships

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Presentations
 
Crashing the IR Party: Artists as Scholars in Institutional Repositories
Andrea Schuler, Ashley Peterson
Tufts University
 
The presenters will discuss a collaborative initiative to include undergraduate visual art thesis projects in an institutional repository. They will address the affective and technical facets of this work, with a focus on fostering student engagement and the challenges of representing artwork in a platform designed for text files.
 
 
Collaborating with Computer Science Students in Experimental Digital Library Projects: Guidelines for Success
Peter Broadwell, Dawn Childress
UCLA Digital Library, United States of America
 
We share lessons learned from the BuildUCLA program, which links undergraduate computer science students with library staff to develop innovative digital library services. Success factors include building apps and sites around specific services and functions, rather than collections or technologies, and involving students in project planning as well as execution.
 
 
Cables + Context: Moving from metadata gibberish to historical understanding
Roberto Vargas, Sarah Elichko
Swarthmore College, United States of America
 
This presentation reviews a summer internship offered by the Swarthmore Libraries, in collaboration with the National Security Archive and the Swarthmore History Department, focused on analyzing the metadata of diplomatic cables pertaining to Latin American-US relations, which often revealed a surprising understanding of diplomatic history for students.
 
 
Shaping the (Co-)Curriculum: Adventures in Student Programs
Nabil Kashyap, Roberto Vargas
Swarthmore College, United States of America
 
Synthesizing our experiences running a range of student programs--from librarianship seminar to code sprint to theory/praxis of digital environments--we will consider library goals, diversity and inclusion, digital pedagogies and assessment. How has embarking on these experiments helped shape how we see ourselves as a library?

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Speakers
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Peter Broadwell

Academic Projects Developer, UCLA Digital Library
Peter coordinates experimental archiving projects with faculty members at UCLA and his colleagues in the Digital Library Program. He manages the preservation of the UCLA NewsScape collection of digitized television news and is presently researching new methods for automatically linking... Read More →
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Sarah Elichko

Social Sciences Librarian, Swarthmore College
avatar for Nabil Kashyap

Nabil Kashyap

Digital Scholarship Librarian, Swarthmore College
Nabil Kashyap is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at Swarthmore College and lives in Philadelphia.
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Ashley Peterson

Research & Instruction Librarian, School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
avatar for Andrea Schuler

Andrea Schuler

Librarian for Digital Collections, Tisch Library, Tufts University
avatar for Roberto Vargas

Roberto Vargas

Research Librarian for Humanities & Interdisciplinary Studies, Swarthmore College


Monday October 15, 2018 2:35pm - 3:30pm
Molise 4+5

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