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Browsing Divisions by Subject "2012 RBMS Preconference"

Browsing Divisions by Subject "2012 RBMS Preconference"

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  • Nielsen, Karla; Ring, Richard J.; Stromberg, Marten; Moon, Danelle; Harris, Katherine D. (2012-06)
    “Creativity Fellowships for Undergraduates: A Pilot Program” by Richard J. Ring; “New Works from Old Formats: Teaching the History of Print” by Marten Stromberg; “Original to Digital Surrogates, Using Rare Books” by Danelle ...
  • Nykanen, Melissa; Ast, Ellen; Pauley, Benjamin; McLoone, Juli (2012-06)
    “The Discovery Channel: Lessons Learned from Rebuilding OCLC’s ArchiveGrid” by Ellen Ast; “Redesigning the English Short Title Catalogue as a 21st Century Research Tool: A Summary of Work to Date” by Benjamin Pauley; ...
  • Kelly, Mike; Edwards, Glynn; Ascher, James P.; Majors, Rice (2012-06)
    “The Enigma of Email Archives: Processing & Discovery” by Glynn Edwards; “Expanded Libraries: Developing Experimental Media Collections with Embedded Partners” by James P. Ascher; “Expanded Libraries: Managing Experimental ...
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  • Kirschenbaum, Matthew G.; Nowviskie, Bethany; Proffitt, Merrilee (2012-06)
    Scholars rely on access to primary sources and other library materials to further their research. Our cultural resources can be obscured when they are described improperly, buried in silos, or otherwise constrained. Our ...
  • Voss, Jon; Panzer, Michael; Kovari, Jason (2012-06)
    Learn to love linked data through web-centric strategies for sharing metadata, promoting network-level discovery, and interlinking records in new ways. Building on considerable interest in progressive bibliography, RDA, ...
  • Drucker, Johanna; Suarez, Michael F., S. J.; Thadani, Simran (2012-06)
    Libraries and archives are the custodians of recorded knowledge, historically dominated by ink and paper. As bytes and plastic outpace these traditional formats in many collections, where does that leave our long-held ...
  • Cordes, Ellen; Bregman, Alvan; Fitzgerald, Moira (2012-06)
    Public services staff in special collections libraries frequently provide some or all of the security for library materials in addition to research assistance. The three presenters will discuss a range of issues related ...
  • Borderud, Jennifer; Carter, Lisa; Conway, Martha O'Hara; Proffitt, Merrilee (2012-06)
    Archival collections assessment is the systematic, purposeful gathering of quantitative and qualitative information about archival collections. It is undertaken for any of a variety of purposes, including appraisal (and ...
  • Dooley, Jackie; Joffrion, Elizabeth; Malpas, Constance; Quimby, Sean (2012-06)
    The 2010 report of the OCLC Research survey of special collections archives showed that only 5-6% percent of the responding academic and research libraries have formal collection development collaborations in place. One ...
  • Sotelo, Aislinn; Bell, Joyce; Capell, Laura; Hutt, Arwen (2012-06)
    We all know that we should use standards, but how do you make the switch between traditional cataloging standards and new metadata standards for the digital environment? Standards can also be applied differently in different ...
  • Ascher, James P.; Conway, Melissa; Hansen, Will; Lyon, Meghan; Vowell, Zach (2012-06)
    This panel will examine the processes through which staff working in collection development, technical services, and public services acquire and make available unusual popular culture collections (i.e., realia, ephemera, ...
  • Pyzynski, Susan C.; Kladstrup, Regan; Turner, Adrian; Tingle, Brian; Wisser, Katherine (2012-06)
    Learn to love linked data through web-centric strategies for sharing metadata, promoting network-level discovery, and interlinking records in new ways. Building on considerable interest in progressive bibliography, RDA, ...
  • Belanger, Terry; Bair, Lorne; Claassen, Lynda; Johnson, Kevin (2012-06)
    This seminar was sponsored the Bibliographical Society of America. Over the past two decades, the Internet and digitization have together changed the nature of rare book and special collections librarianship. This being ...
  • Black, Lois Fischer; Blood, George; Darlington, Andra; Hagan, Siobhan (2012-06)
    Audiovisual collections present many challenges to special collections librarians who have been trained to work with ink and paper. The vast number of formats that exist, the often obsolete technologies required for playback, ...
  • Schaffner, Jennifer; Leslie, Anthony; Campbell, Carolee; Davidson, Michael (2012-06)
    The 2012 Pre-Conference takes place fifty years after the 1962 publication of Ed Ruscha’s Twentysix Gasoline Stations, a landmark event often described as the beginning of the contemporary artist’s book as we now know it. ...
  • Taormina, Mattie; Dietz, Brian; Lee, Deanna; Pavelich, David (2012-06)
    Audiovisual collections present many challenges to special collections librarians who have been trained to work with ink and paper. The vast number of formats that exist, the often obsolete technologies required for playback, ...

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