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Tuesday, October 16 • 4:30pm - 5:25pm
#t6a: Campus Outreach (Privacy+)

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Presentations
 
Tangible Outcomes: The Intersection of Makerspace Programming and Digital Scholarship Outreach at Indiana University
Nicholas Homenda, Leanne Nay
Indiana University Libraries
 
Librarians at Indiana University Libraries have collaboratively developed mobile makerspace workshops within programming offered in their digital scholarship hub, the Scholars’ Commons. These collaborations have informed instructional design strategies for makerspace and digital scholarship outreach. This presentation will explore the ways these outreach initiatives have learned from each other.
 
 
Periphery and (Digital) Center: The Need for Digital Translators in Academic Departments
Christopher Sawula
Emory University, United States of America
 
This presentation will consider the growing need for digital translators in academic departments. Digital translators serve as an important link between digital scholarship centers, housed in libraries, and faculty members. This talk will focus on how digital translators reflect a shift in the creation and maintenance of digital scholarship.
 
 
Data Stewardship and Patron Privacy: Facilitating action within your library
Katherine Ahnberg, Davonne R. Armstrong, Manuel de la Cruz Gutiérrez, Anne Larrivee, Jacob Levernier, Andrew L. Sarno
University of Pennsylvania Libraries, United States of America
 
We will discuss current debates in privacy and data collection in libraries; and methods for performing a full, ongoing, privacy-promoting, census of data about patrons, from an approach of enabling conversations spanning departments and stakeholders about what future metrics might best align with library strategic goals.
 
 
What Do Students & Scholars Understand (and Misunderstand) About Digital Privacy?
Eliza Bettinger
Cornell University Library, United States of America
 
What do patrons in academic libraries understand and misunderstand about digital privacy? What are they most motivated to learn? These are important questions to answer before designing instruction or other digital literacy interventions. In this session, I’ll present preliminary results from a study of patrons’ privacy literacy in academic libraries.
 

Moderators
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Helene Williams

Senior Lecturer, University of Washington Information School
University of Washington

Speakers
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Eliza Bettinger

Digital Humanities Librarian, Cornell University
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Nicholas Homenda

Digital Initiatives Librarian, Indiana University Bloomington
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Leanne Nay

Digital Engagement Librarian, Indiana University
Leanne Nay is the Digital Engagement Librarian for the Indiana University Libraries in Bloomington, Indiana. Her research interests include filmmaking, digital media, graphic design, makerspaces, and wearable technology. Prior to joining the IU Libraries, she worked as the Digital... Read More →
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Christopher Sawula

Visual Resources Librarian, Emory University


Tuesday October 16, 2018 4:30pm - 5:25pm
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