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Tuesday, October 16 • 3:10pm - 4:05pm
#t5c: Collections and Communities

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Presentations
 
Testimonies: The Rewards & Challenges of Letting Their Voices be Heard
Melissa VandeBurgt, Kaleena Rivera
Florida Gulf Coast University, United States of America
 
The presentation will revolve around the rewards and challenges of collecting and providing access to oral history collections consisting of sensitive and divisive subject matters such as sexual assault and pre/post-Roe v. Wade testimonies. We will address and provide examples for potential solutions, as well as acknowledge unresolved issues.
 
 
Update: Modeling the Oikos in Omeka S
Scout Calvert
Michigan State University, United States of America
 
The Oikos Ontology situates people in their full historical and geographical contexts, including of displacement and enslavement, enabling richer accounts of family history and documentation of unseen connections. This update on the status of the project focuses on the affordances and challenges of Omeka S for this purpose.
 
 
A Digital North Miami: preserving one city’s historical collections
Martin Kass
Florida International University, United States of America
 
When a university library, a municipality, a historical society, a regional library network and citizenry collaborated, they were able to preserve one city’s historical collection. Florida International University Libraries led a team that digitized the City of North Miami’s photographs, newspapers, maps and memorabilia and hosted them on its repository.
 
 
Voices of Change: Preserving and Presenting Radio Haiti
Maggie Dickson
Duke University Libraries, United States of America
 
In 2015, Duke University Libraries received a grant from NEH to support a two year project to digitize and make available online the Radio Haiti Archive. This session will describe the challenges faced by the project team building the digital collection, including handling multilingual metadata and complex item relationships.
 
 
Community and Collections: Data as Civic Engagement
Andrzej Rutkowski, Stacy Williams
university of southern california, United States of America
 
Learn more about how we are developing a new set of services around data and digital scholarship focused on providing access to existing digital library collections as data. We discuss how these collections can be used to explore learning opportunities, community engagement, and interdisciplinary collaborations.

Moderators
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Elliott Stevens

Research Commons Librarian, University of Washington

Speakers
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Scout Calvert

Data Librarian, Michigan State University
Cows, ARTs, feminist epistemology, knowledge infrastructures.
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Kaleena Rivera

Florida Gulf Coast University
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Andrzej Rutkowski

Visualization Librarian, Universty of Southern California
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Melissa Minds VandeBurgt

Head, Archives & Special Collections, Florida Gulf Coast University


Tuesday October 16, 2018 3:10pm - 4:05pm
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Attendees (127)