[Ohiodig] #PresTC2020 Preservation Week Twitter Conf, Wed 4/129 1pm
carleton at ohio.edu
Sat Apr 25 15:46:21 EDT 2020
Two of our OhioDIGers will be presenting--Naomi & Ginnie!
The 3rd annual Preservation Week Twitter Conference brought to you by the Society of American Archivists Preservation Section<https://www2.archivists.org/groups/preservation-section> will be held on Wednesday April 29, beginning at 1pm.
#PresTC2020 <https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=%23PresTC2020&src=typd> <-- link to Twitter stream
Time (All times EDT)
Engaging Collections: at the Intersection of Art with Libraries, Archives, and Special Collections, with Lydia See
ABSTRACT: Engaging Collections is an online journal and emerging creative residency at the intersection of art with libraries, archives, and special collections. Our mission is to fund artists to share untold narratives through public artworks that build community and demystify historical collections through an equity-based lens. This presentation will discuss the original goals of Engaging Collections at its outset and its focus on equity, the pivot to an online journal during COVID-19, the hopes for deeper integration between artists and archivists (and other library science professionals), and future plans for the initiative.
BIO: Lydia See is a multidisciplinary practitioner, educator, and curator of art + archives who is passionate about the uses of art for social justice + civic engagement. She is a recent awardee of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation AllforNC Fellowship, Director of Engaging Collections, a practicing studio artist, an educator of students from early childhood through end of life, and she believes that cultural access has the power to transform lives. She is especially interested in facilitating new pathways for participation in museums, galleries, libraries, archives, and special collections.
Image Analysis for Cultural Heritage with Naomi Langer
ABSTRACT: This thread discusses the "how" and "why" of using targets and image analysis software (GoldenThread) in a digitization workflow to ensure successful digital preservation of our collections materials, from the perspective of the digitization lab at Kelvin Smith Library, part of Case Western Reserve University.
BIO: Naomi Langer is the Digitization Technician at Kelvin Smith Library, Case Western Reserve University. She operates the Digitization Lab, part of the Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship, where the library's rare and unique materials from Special Collections and University Archives are imaged for purposes of preservation, access, and scholarship. She also runs the @cwrudigilab Instagram account.
The Right to be Forgotten + digital archives with Virginia Dressler
ABSTRACT: Digital archive managers are routinely faced with the conundrum of processing takedown requests, particularly around personal names. Requests are often faced with differing decisions by the individual, with an inherent conflict between the desire for erasure (or Right to be Forgotten) and the desire for a comprehensive, searchable digital archive.
BIO: Mrs. Virginia Dressler is the Digital Projects Librarian at Kent State University. Her specialty areas are project management of digital projects and reformatting of analog collections for open digital collections, including overseeing the Daily Kent Stater digital archive project (daily student newspaper) and working with the university's unique collections. She holds an MLIS from Kent State University and MA in Art gallery and Museum Studies from the University of Leeds.
How to help! National Disaster Recovery Fund for Archives with Eve Neiger
ABSTRACT: A representative from the Preservation Section will give some background on the National Disaster Recovery Fund for Archives (NDRFA), share some success stories from grant recipients, and call for donations to the fund.
BIO: Eve Neiger is visual materials archivist at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University. Eve serves as the current Immediate Past Chair of the Preservation Section and Chair of the Preservation Section's NDRFA Committee as well as a member of the NDRFA Grant Review Committee.
What's hiding in your disaster cache? How your disaster supplies can help fight the global pandemic with Kara McClurken
ABSTRACT: Most of us don't give much thought to what's in our disaster supplies until we need them. But cultural institutions have many of the PPE (personal protective equipment) that our health systems and other essential personnel need in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
BIO: Kara McClurken is the Director of Preservation Services at the University of Virginia Library and the chair-elect of the Preservation Section of SAA. She served on the SAA Tragic Response Initiative Task Force and helped create the University of Virginia Library's Digital Collecting Toolkit (http://digitalcollecting.lib.virginia.edu/toolkit/).
Preserving the Present: Institutional Efforts to Document COVID-19 with Kelley Smith
ABSTRACT: This talk will highlight the efforts of local, national, and international institutions that have created programs to document their community's experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BIO: Kelley Smith is a Certified Archivist and manages a private collection in Dallas, Texas. She also serves on the Communication Committee of the SAA Preservation Section.
Timed-text Metadata for Accessibility and Discovery of Archival AV with Steven Villereal
ABSTRACT: A quick landscape review for those approaching closed-captions and audio description for archival audiovisual materials made accessible online. With an eye towards framing this work as "timed-text metadata" for discovery, I'll cover unique challenges of archival AV, recommended formats, as well as a tool review for working with timed-text.
BIO: Steven Villereal is the Audiovisual Conservator in the Preservation Services unit, University of Virginia Library, where he is responsible for providing both preservation and access strategies for archival audiovisual materials.
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