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Lighting the Way-- Improving discovery and delivery for archives and special collections

Lighting the Way-- Improving discovery and delivery for archives and special collections

By Shelly Black, Sophie Glidden-Lyon, Dinah Handel, Mark A. Matienzo, Kate Philipson

Works In Progress Webinar from the Research Library Partnership
Virtual

This webinar will be of interest to library and archive workers, those who manage and allocate resources to special collections, and those who are considering new modes of meeting facilitation and collaboration.

Topics: Archives and Special Collections, Works in Progress

Approaches to Processing Audiovisual Archives for Improved Access and Preservation Planning

Approaches to Processing Audiovisual Archives for Improved Access and Preservation Planning (video)

By Emily Vinson

This webinar explains University of Houston’s “enhanced for A/V” minimal processing mindset utilized to survey all A/V materials held by UH Special Collections, and ongoing efforts to create a standard practice for A/V materials in archival collections as they are acquired to ensure proper storage. The webinar concludes with a discussion of the impact this approach has had on continuing efforts to preserve and make available A/V collections at UH.

Topics: Archives and Special Collections, Works in Progress, Topics, AV Materials

Radical Access—Leveraging Creative Commons Licenses to Open up Archives

Radical Access—Leveraging Creative Commons Licenses to Open up Archives

By Heather I. Briston, Maureen Callahan

Speakers explain the suite of options available using Creative Commons licensing to allow creators to give their intellectual property to archives and special collections libraries. Webinar participants learned strategies for explaining open licenses to donors (and sellers), negotiating for them, articulating them in archival descriptions, and helping researchers make sense of them.

Topics: Archives and Special Collections, Works in Progress