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Tuesday, October 16 • 11:50am - 12:45pm
#t3c: Collaboration and Capacity

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Presentations
 
Partner or perish: Agile approaches to developing a responsive digital scholarship model
Beth Russell
New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
 
Digital scholarship in the Arab world is only now emerging as a field. Our partnership in a faculty research project on music and sound culture studies in the Arab world helped shape an identity for our new Center for Digital Scholarship model on a global campus in the Middle East.
 
 
Visualization Community - Visualizing Communities: An Introduction to the Immersive Scholar Project
Shelby Hallman, Markus WustErica Hayes, Micah Vandegrift
North Carolina State University Libraries
 
NCSU’s Immersive Scholar grant utilizes cross-institutional collaborations to 1) build a community of practice around visually immersive work and 2) develop sustainable technologies and workflows for visualization environments. This presentation provides a detailed description of the project and demonstrates the necessity of community building for the success of emerging technologies.
 
 
The Future is now Digital Collecting on a Global Scale: A How To
Todd Grappone, Sharon Farb
UCLA, United States of America
 
Presentation about the UCLA Libraries efforts to create international digital library collective and a presentation of our model, methods and toolkits. A DIY approach to digital library collection building.
 
 
Building Capacity for Digital Library Services When They Won’t Even Hire a Metadata Librarian
Roxanne Shirazi
The Graduate Center, City University of New York, United States of America
 
Libraries at low-resource institutions are often called to demonstrate innovation to secure funding, while simultaneously seeing basic roles go unfilled. This presentation will review tactics learned at a public university library staffed by fewer than 10 full-time librarians (none of whom are a metadata librarian) to build digital library services.

Moderators
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Amy Bocko

Amy Bocko is a digital projects librarian who specializes in collaborative digital scholarship partnerships, digital collection development and digital project management.  She currently lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan where is the Digital Projects Librarian & Assistant Professor at... Read More →

Speakers
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Sharon Farb

AUL, UCLA Library
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Todd Grappone

AUL for Research and Development, UCLA Library
Todd Grappone is Associate University Librarian for Research and Development in the UCLA Library. His role in the University of California Library System requires collaboration with several campus libraries and the California Digital Library. He has an extensive history of working... Read More →
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Erica Hayes

NCSU Libraries Fellow, North Carolina State University Libraries
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Beth Russell

Head, Center for Digital Scholarship; Humanities Librarian, NYU Abu Dhabi
I work with scholars to foster digitally-engaged research through the scholarly communications lifecycle.
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Roxanne Shirazi

Dissertation Research Librarian, The Graduate Center, CUNY
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Markus Wust

North Carolina State University Libraries


Tuesday October 16, 2018 11:50am - 12:45pm
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