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Recent Web sessions and recorded presentations

Topic and brief description Date recorded
Libraries Create Digital Program Success with CONTENTdm

Anaheim, California, 24 June 2012. During this session, librarians shared their successes with creating digital collection programs using CONTENTdm Digital Collection Management Software. Featured speakers included Ron Gardner, Digital Services Consultant, CONTENTdm Specialist, OCLC, and Mario M. Einaudi, Kemble Digital Project Librarian at the Huntington Library.
June 24, 2012
Managing digital collections with the newly enhanced CONTENTdm

Hear from Sara Ring, Digitization and Metadata Training Coordinator at Minitex. Sara talks about her experience using CONTENTdm to manage and create Minnesota Reflections, a project of the Minnesota Digital Library. She also touches on some of the latest CONTENTdm 6.1 features she uses, such as commenting and tagging. Also, hear a short introduction to CONTENTdm.
January 17, 2012
The University of Scranton Digital Collections: A CONTENTdm Story

At ACRL 2011, Kristen Yarmey, Digital Services Librarian at The University of Scranton presented her experience with CONTENTdm Digital Collection Management Software.

[Streaming video, 12:49 minutes]

April 01, 2011
Take Another Look: Introducing the New Face of CONTENTdm    [Streaming video, 29 minutes]

At ALA Midwinter 2011, Kevin Miller, Digital Collections Coordinator at Pepperdine University Libraries, discussed the newly released CONTENTdm 6 and how CONTENTdm helps their library staff to easily manage their collections and make them discoverable to users.
January 09, 2011
Share special collections on the Web with easy-to-use CONTENTdm

It’s easy to setup, manage and share digitized special collections worldwide using CONTENTdm and WorldCat.  Listen to presentations by Kevin Martin, Curator of Digital Collections at the Hagley Museum Library and Edward Iglesias, Systems Librarian, Electronic Resources and Information Systems at Central Connecticut State University.

June 26, 2010
Maximize Worldwide Visibility of your Digital Collections    [Streaming media, 29 minutes]

Learn how the Curator of Special Collections & College Archives at Middlebury College, Andrew Wentink, has used the CONTENTdm software to fulfill Middlebury’s vision of providing the broadest possible access to all their unique primary source materials.
January 16, 2010
CONTENTdm Speaker Series: Once it's digital, anything is possible

Stacy Person, Managing Director of Digital Library Center, offers helpful advice on building online digital collections-without hiring additional staff. You'll discover how interdepartmental cooperation has facilitated the creation of the University at Buffalo's digital collections.
October 22, 2009
CONTENTdm Speaker Series: Once it's digital, anything is possible

Bart Schmidt, Digital Projects Librarian, shares his experiences in creating, digitizing and preserving Drake University 125-year history. You'll learn how Drake integrates Google Maps with CONTENTdm and its digital collection of historical photos of homes, parks and public places.
October 06, 2009
Integrating Technical Services and Preservation Workflows: Mainstreaming Digital Resources    [Streaming video, 72:32]

After an introduction from Geri Bunker Ingram of OCLC, Amy Rudersdorf (Director, Digital Information Management Program, The State Library of North Carolina) discusses integrating a whole host of systems into a digital curation workflow, including OCLC's Connexion tools, Digital Archive, WorldCat, Digital Collection Gateway and CONTENTdm.

July 11, 2009

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