Harnessing the Crowds, Transcription and Other Forms of Crowdsourcing
View this webinar recording to find out more about the National Archives and Records Administration’s History Hub and the Smithsonian’s Transcription Center.
Topics: Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Archives and Special Collections, Works in Progress
Linked Open Data for Digitized Special Collections
This webinar recording will be of interest to catalogers, metadata librarians and curators of digitized special collections seeking models for making their digital collections more visible to Linked Open Data services and better connected to related resources on the Semantic Web.
Topics: Linked Data, Works in Progress, Archives and Special Collections
Visualizing Library Services – Case Studies from Ohio State and Yale
This webinar recording will be of interest to those looking to think about new ways to use data, and those interested in thinking about the impact and future of library services.
Topics: Works in Progress, Assessment
All About OPenn
Watch this recorded webinar to learn about the challenges and solutions of presenting cultural heritage materials as open data, and discover OPenn, a website hosting open data from cultural heritage institutions in the Philadelphia area.
Topics: Open Access, Archives and Special Collections, Works in Progress
"I Am the Content." How and Why Instructors Discover and Share Course Readings
Watch this recorded webinar to learn how the faculty experience of discovery and its roots in self-identity suggest ways libraries may influence the content selections faculty make for their courses.
Topics: Works in Progress