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Tuesday, July 21
 

8:30am CDT

Registration and Coffee
Tuesday July 21, 2015 8:30am - 9:00am CDT
Pyle Center, 3rd Floor
  Food is involved!
  • Sponsored By Mackin

9:00am CDT

Welcome and Introductions
Speakers
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Stef Morrill

Director, WiLS


Tuesday July 21, 2015 9:00am - 9:15am CDT
Pyle Center, Room 325-326

9:15am CDT

Keynote Address with Kelvin Watson
Libraries invest with a variety of eResource providers to license a rich array of eResources for its patrons and are sometimes forced to rely on a complex set of proprietary interfaces to navigate and deliver them. Only the most savvy patrons are able to keep track of a large number of separate usernames and passwords and website URLs. Even when this barrier is crossed, accessing the eResource (or even finding out what is available) requires the user to follow links out of the library’s system and over to the eResource provider’s system. These systems are often “walled gardens,” where the eResource provider, not the library, controls the user’s experience, and it is difficult for the user to make their way back to the library site if they don’t find what they need on the vendor’s site. This complexity hinders the patron’s ability to easily discover, engage with, and consume the library’s valuable investments and instead often concludes in frustration and failure.  The Queens Library has embarked on a project to radically improve the way library patrons discover and access eResources.  Queens Library intends to create a Virtual Library System that will provide a best of breed solution for accessing eResources for all of Queens Library’s patrons. This System will eventually allow Queen’s patrons to have seamless access to digital materials all within Queens Library’s own web and mobile interfaces. This system will replace the unwieldy model that creates many barriers for users looking to access digital content, barriers that run the range from software that is too complicated for those with little digital experience to navigate, to the lack of access to devices on which content can be consumed. Libraries have to continue to reach beyond the confines of its physical locations and extend its presence into people’s homes by providing devices that will let patrons interact more deeply with the Library’s offerings. The Virtual Library System will keep Queen’s Library’s doors open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and shifts the balance of power from providers to libraries and patrons.

Speakers
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Kelvin Watson

Kelvin Watson is the Vice President Digital Services & Strategy and Interim Vice President Information, Technology, and Development at the Queens Library. Kelvin leads the development and implementation of system-wide library content(physical, digital, databases, etc.), e-user experience... Read More →


Tuesday July 21, 2015 9:15am - 10:30am CDT
Pyle Center, Room 325-326

10:30am CDT

Coffee and Pastries Break
Tuesday July 21, 2015 10:30am - 10:45am CDT
Pyle Center, 3rd Floor
  Food is involved!
  • Sponsored By LexisNexis

10:45am CDT

From Network Revolutions and Trends in Information to a National Public Policy Agenda for Libraries

A member of the advisory committee for ALA's Policy Revolution! will facilitate a discussion about trends and challenges identified in research by the ALA Office of Information Technology Policy. These trends and their implications are guiding the formation of a national public policy agenda that will guide focused and energetic outreach to key decision makers and influencers.             



Speakers
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Marc Gartler

Manager, Sequoya & Alicia Ashman Libraries, Madison Public Library
Marc Gartler manages two of Madison Public Library's eight neighborhood libraries, and was formerly a college library director, digital projects librarian, and consultant on regulation of for-profit higher education with the Ohio Board of Regents and Colorado Department of Higher... Read More →


Tuesday July 21, 2015 10:45am - 11:45am CDT
Pyle Center, Room 335

10:45am CDT

Audiovisual Digitization and Quality Control: How do people really do this?

Is your organization facing a collection of aging a/v formats that you wish to digitize for preservation or access, and you’re not sure how to proceed? UWM Archives A/V Project Archivist Charlies Hosale and WHS Audio Archivist Dana Gerber-Margie share their respective experiences with vendor based and in-house digitization of audio and visual materials such as VHS, 35mm film, audiocassettes, and vinyl. Dana will discuss the innovative in-house digitization initiatives at the Wisconsin Historical Society. Charles will present UWM’s quality control workflow for A/V materials that utilizes open source programs, such as Sonic Visualizer, QCTools, MediaInfo, and Fixity to ensure the fidelity of digitized records. Attendees will leave with an introduction to current A/V digitization and quality control topics and techniques, practical understanding of and exposure to relevant software and resources, an implementable A/V digitization workflow designed for use in small and middle-sized cultural heritage institutions, and the feeling that they too can tackle A/V materials without being format and digitization experts.


Speakers
avatar for Dana Gerber-Margie

Dana Gerber-Margie

Dana Gerber-Margie is an A/V and Digital Archivist for Recollection Wisconsin’s Listening to War: Uncovering Wisconsin’s Wartime Oral Historiesgrant project. She is also a founding member of the Bello Collective, a publication about podcasts, and routinely asks probing questions... Read More →
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Charles Hosale

Special Projects Assistant, WGBH
Formerly AV Project Archivist at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee


Tuesday July 21, 2015 10:45am - 11:45am CDT
Pyle Center, Room 325-326

10:45am CDT

Virtual Worlds, Real Libraries: The Evolution of Gaming and Virtual Learning in Libraries

This presentation will look at the history of interactive learning and gaming in libraries and educational settings. Everyone wants to be able to offer their patrons the best resources for learning and entertainment.  In a time of limited budgets, it will ask the question: when is the right time to consider investing in tech heavy programming considering such factors as cost, educational value and the fleeting popularity of technology over time?

In the presentation, we use the example of Second Life and Minecraft to advocate for an examination of the professional literature before investing heavily in a currently popular learning tool or game that may or may not be the right fit given your intended use and desired outcomes. 


Speakers
JS

Janice Scurio

Madison Public Library, Teen Services Librarian
PL

Petey Lawrence Wehrle

University of Wisconsin Law Library, Access Services Assistant – ILL


Tuesday July 21, 2015 10:45am - 11:45am CDT
Pyle Center, Room 313

11:45am CDT

Member Lunch
Tuesday July 21, 2015 11:45am - 12:45pm CDT
Pyle Center, Alumni Lounge
  Food is involved!
  • Sponsored By EBSCO

12:45pm CDT

Makerspace Showcase
Tuesday July 21, 2015 12:45pm - 1:45pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 313

1:45pm CDT

Technology with Teeth: A Panel Discussion of Promising New Tools, Trends, and More!

Join our esteemed panel for a fast-paced hour of presentations and Q&A about technology developments that will impact the library world.   Panelists will share their thoughts about top new technologies poised to change how libraries work and interact with those they serve.  The presentations will be followed by a moderated discussion between panelists and audience members.


Moderators
TS

Tasha Saecker

Appleton Public Library & WiLS chair

Speakers
AB

Adam Brisk

University of Minnesota-Duluth, Reference & Emerging Technology Librarian
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Angela Vanden Elzen

Reference & Learning Technologies Librarian and Assistant Professor, Lawrence University Library
Angela Vanden Elzen is the Reference & Learning Technologies Librarian at Lawrence University’s Seeley G. Mudd Library. In this role, she provides reference services, manages the campus makerspace, oversees the library website, co-leads social media initiatives, and gets to teach... Read More →
DJ

Dan Jacobson

South Central Library System, Administrator/Innovator
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Kelvin Watson

Kelvin Watson is the Vice President Digital Services & Strategy and Interim Vice President Information, Technology, and Development at the Queens Library. Kelvin leads the development and implementation of system-wide library content(physical, digital, databases, etc.), e-user experience... Read More →


Tuesday July 21, 2015 1:45pm - 2:45pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 325-326

2:45pm CDT

Snack Break
Tuesday July 21, 2015 2:45pm - 3:00pm CDT
Pyle Center, 3rd Floor
  Food is involved!
  • Sponsored By ProQuest

3:00pm CDT

Sharing the Love: Working with the Community to Create Engaging Social Media Content

Many challenges arise when managing a library's social media presence, though the biggest is often generating engaging and interesting content. At Lawrence University's Mudd Library, we've begun the shift from trying to create content our target audience wants, to asking them to generate it for us. We’ll share how we have been able to work with other campus departments, students, alumni, and faculty to provide concrete examples of what the library can do for our patrons- and how we have been using social media to share these stories. Attendees will be highly encouraged to share their own social media stories.             


Speakers
avatar for Angela Vanden Elzen

Angela Vanden Elzen

Reference & Learning Technologies Librarian and Assistant Professor, Lawrence University Library
Angela Vanden Elzen is the Reference & Learning Technologies Librarian at Lawrence University’s Seeley G. Mudd Library. In this role, she provides reference services, manages the campus makerspace, oversees the library website, co-leads social media initiatives, and gets to teach... Read More →
avatar for Holly Roycraft

Holly Roycraft

Administrative Assistant for the Seeley G. Mudd Library, Lawrence University
Holly Roycraft is the Administrative Assistant for Lawrence University's Seeley G. Mudd Library, where she helps manage the library's social media presence, among a host of other responsibilities. When she's not at the Mudd, she enjoys cooking, practicing yoga, spending time in nature... Read More →


Tuesday July 21, 2015 3:00pm - 3:45pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 325-326

3:00pm CDT

Turning Numbers into Knowledge: A Statistics Dashboard

We are often swimming in data we collect about our patrons and their usage of our library resources, but how can we make sense of those numbers in a way that will help us improve or adjust our services?  In this presentation, you'll learn about a statistics dashboard created by the Indianhead Federated Library System for member libraries to see and interpret data collected from a variety of sources in order to get a fuller picture of library resource usage.  This dashboard incorporates ILS data, e-materials information, and wireless and computer usage into visual data display to help libraries further understand how their resources are being used by their communities. 


Speakers
GF

Gus Falkenberg

Technology and Design Director, Indianhead Federated Library System
Gus has worked in libraries since 2000 in almost every possible role. He currently helps Indianhead Federated Library System members with their technology, design, and advocacy needs.


Tuesday July 21, 2015 3:00pm - 3:45pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 335

3:00pm CDT

Beyond Research Guides

LibGuides is an amazing tool to provide, present, and promote library research resources to your community.  But it can also present other various tools outside of traditional bibliographic instruction.  See how Carthage College has leveraged LibGuides to promote resources and tools for statistics, language learning, preparation for grad school exams and more.  We have implemented this in our academic library, but we think our uses will inspire libraries of many types to use this powerful tool in new and creative ways.                


Speakers
CS

Carol Sabbar

Carthage College, Director of Library and Instructional Technology Services


Tuesday July 21, 2015 3:00pm - 3:45pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 313

4:00pm CDT

Out of the Desert

In the past decade, the United States Department of Agriculture has been focusing on issues surrounding food deserts—defined as urban neighborhoods and rural towns without ready access to fresh, healthy, and affordable food. Food deserts are identified by using census data and GIS mapping tools. Those living in a food desert tend to be low-income or elderly. This lack of access to quality food results in a poor diet and in higher food expense as the residents tend to rely more on fast food restaurants or convenience stores.

Building on the concept of the food desert, we began to wonder if there might also be a literacy desert—an area that has a high-probability of having a large number of children at risk of not becoming proficient readers. If we could identify areas of a community that were most likely in need, we could develop programs, outreach efforts and services to help address this need.

Our findings were clear—literacy deserts are real, and in some cases, growing.

Matt Mulder, Chief Community Engagement Strategist at Demco, will identify and define literacy deserts in Brown County and several other Wisconsin communities and discuss how the concept can also be applied for other core service areas. Kimberly Young, Brown County Library Deputy Director will discuss the implications for her library system, and how they plan to lead their community out of the desert.



Speakers
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DEMCO

Director of Innovation, Demco
Visit Demco's Makerspace and gain hands-on experience with Ozobots, Meeperbots, TeacherGeek, Color Craze, littleBits, and more! Take a shot in the March Maker Madness for your chance to win a maker prize basket!
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Kimberly Young

Brown County Library, Deputy Director


Tuesday July 21, 2015 4:00pm - 4:45pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 325-326

4:00pm CDT

Artisanal Applications: In-house Software Development for Libraries

Everyone, including librarians, dreams of the killer app that will work perfectly, intuitively, and do just what you want it to do, no more nor less.  Sadly, many third-party applications fail to meet the ideal, some more so than others.  How many times have you thought, "what if I build it myself?"  This presentation, aimed primarily at library IT directors and project managers, will attempt to cover the some of the answers to that question.

Among the points that will be addressed:

  • Making the build-versus-buy decision
  • Lifecycle of application development and maintenance
  • How do we involve stakeholders outside the IT departments?  How do they involve developers?
  • What has worked well, what could use improvement?

During the course of the presentation, we will draw on lessons learned and experience developing and maintaining Forward, the UW Madison General Library System public OPAC, developed in-house by the GLS's software development department.


Speakers
avatar for Bruce Barton

Bruce Barton

Director of Library Systems and Applications Services, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Tuesday July 21, 2015 4:00pm - 4:45pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 335

4:00pm CDT

Graphic and Web Design Principles

Quality graphic and web design are crucial to promoting, branding, and raising awareness of your library and its valuable services, but it’s an expensive skill to hire out.  Many libraries are taking on these challenges themselves, and assisted with a variety of free or cheap online design tools, are creating websites, logos, banners, and other graphic elements for their print or online resources.  This session will help those involved in creating and maintaining these to understand the principles of making appealing and effective visual materials for their libraries and services.


Speakers
RH

Rebecca Hall

Web Development & Marketing Director & Instructor, UW-Milwaukee
Rebecca Hall is the Web Development & Marketing Director for the UW-Milwaukee, School of Information Studies. She also teaches courses on Electronic Publishing & Web Design. Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and... Read More →
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Rob Nunez

Head of Collection Services, Kenosha Public Library
Rob graduated from the UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies in May 2012 with a Masters in Library and Information Science that focuses in Ethics & Information Technology. He has 8+ years of web development experience, helping refine web tools and creating applications for UWM... Read More →


Tuesday July 21, 2015 4:00pm - 4:45pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 313

4:45pm CDT

DPLA Reception

Tuesday July 21, 2015 4:45pm - 6:00pm CDT
Pyle Center, AT&T Lounge
  Food is involved!
  • Sponsored By Springer

6:00pm CDT

Dinner: Brickhouse BBQ

From the site: Every day we work tirelessly to bring you the best in homestyle BBQ cuisine. Relax in our spacious dining facilities and take in the mouthwatering aromas floating in from the kitchen. Explore our extensive list of forty craft beers—all on tap. Enjoy the sights of Madison’s downtown from our rooftop patio. And don’t forget to try out some of the best BBQ in Madison.

From WiLS Staff (Lisa): My friends rave about the BBQ here, but the Mac & Cheese/pasta options on the back of the menu are amazing too! I definitely recommend the Chipotle Mac & Cheese (if you’re not a fan of BBQ, ask for it without the pulled pork). I always enjoy drinking a beer from the rooftop with a view of the Capitol!


Tuesday July 21, 2015 6:00pm - 7:30pm CDT
Brickhouse BBQ 408 W Gorham St, Madison, WI 53703

6:00pm CDT

Dinner: Dotty Dumping's Dowry

From the site: “In 1969, Jeff Stanley opened an eclectic gift shop in Des Moines, Iowa.  He called it Dotty Dumpling’s Dowry.  After only a few years in operation his interest turned from jewelry and clothing to hamburgers. In 1975 Stanley moved to Madison and open the first Dotty Dumpling’s Dowry”….and the rest is history!

 

From WiLS Staff (Stef):  Can’t beat Dotty’s for burgers, fries, and shakes.  They have unique and delicious combinations of toppings (My fav is the “alumni” -- cheddar and their own homemade steak sauce) and veggie, chicken, and turkey burgers for the non-beef eaters. 

 


Tuesday July 21, 2015 6:00pm - 7:30pm CDT
Dotty Dumpling's Dowry 317 N Frances St., Madison, WI 53703

6:00pm CDT

Dinner: Fresco

From the site:  Located on the rooftop of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Fresco is a modern dining space boasting panoramic views of the city. Enjoy exceptional views of Madison while sipping cocktails and enjoying artfully prepared food.

 

From WiLS staff (Andi):  The view is amazing and the food is fantastic.  Pricier (and the inside space is a little echo-y) but worth it!  And, if you get there by 5:00, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, upon which this restaurant sits, is worth a visit.

 


Tuesday July 21, 2015 6:00pm - 7:30pm CDT
Fresco 227 State St Madison, WI 53703

6:00pm CDT

Dinner: Ian's Pizza

From WiLS Staff (Bruce):  Full pies or by the slice, you’ll find some creative toppings offered here.  Their Mac and Cheese pizza is a favorite. 

 


Tuesday July 21, 2015 6:00pm - 7:30pm CDT
Ian's Pizza 319 N Frances St, Madison, WI 53703

6:00pm CDT

Dinner: Kabul Restaurant

From WiLS Staff (Sara): Guaranteed to please the palates of vegetarians and carnivores, Kabul is a Madison institution not to be missed  My favorite comfort food is Kabul’s hummus with a side of Mashawa (Afghani-style soup made with chick peas, kidney beans, split peas and meats, served with a dollop of yogurt mint sauce).

 


Tuesday July 21, 2015 6:00pm - 7:30pm CDT
Kabul Restaurant 540 State St., Madison, WI 53703

6:00pm CDT

Dinner: Porta Bella

From the site: Established in 1968, Porta Bella is known for its pasta, homemade Italian dinners, pizzas, steaks and seafood. Recipes that came from Madison's Italian Greenbush are still offered today in addition to new regional Italian dishes found during our travels to Italy.

 

From WiLS Staff (Emily): Old-school Italian red sauce joint with a great wine bar in the basement. Really good thin-crust pizza -- the vegetarian pizza, with pesto instead of tomato sauce, is my favorite.

 


Tuesday July 21, 2015 6:00pm - 7:30pm CDT
Porta Bella 425 North Frances Street, Madison, WI 53703

6:00pm CDT

Dinner: Restaurant Muramoto

From WiLS Staff (Bruce):  If you like sushi, you can’t go wrong coming here.  They also have some very creative fusion dishes. 

 


Tuesday July 21, 2015 6:00pm - 7:30pm CDT
Restaurant Muramoto 225 King St, Madison, WI 53703

6:00pm CDT

Dinner: The Old Fashioned

From the site:  What about your first fish fry? We think of ours often. Imagine sitting around a northwoods campfire roasting marshmallows with friends. We completely understand.  We all make our homes here, and we grew up on the traditions of Friday fish fry, Saturday prime rib, and Sunday wood-fired chicken. We invite you to stop into our home-away-from-home and sample our selection of Wisconsin beers, wines, spirits, and specialty drinks. And of course to try our namesake: the classic, hand-muddled Old Fashioned.

 

From WiLS Staff (All):  This instantly became a go-to downtown restaurant after it opened.  It’s the perfect mix of casual and quality.

 


Tuesday July 21, 2015 6:00pm - 7:30pm CDT
The Old Fashioned 23 N Pinckney St #1, Madison, WI 53703
 
Wednesday, July 22
 

9:00am CDT

Welcome and Coffee
Wednesday July 22, 2015 9:00am - 9:30am CDT
Pyle Center, 3rd Floor

9:30am CDT

On Target: Marketing and Promoting Your Library and Services
We all struggle with finding ways to make our library and its services visible to our community. We know they are valuable but how do we reach our potential users? This workshop will help you identify your community groups as well as your key services and set you on the path toward creating a promotional campaign to get the word out about the good work that you do.

Speakers
RE

Renee Ettinger

Reference and Instruction Librarian, UW-Green Bay Cofrin Library
PG

Paula Ganyard

Director, UW-Green Bay Cofrin Library
EP

Emily Passey

Assistant Director, Shorewood Public Library


Wednesday July 22, 2015 9:30am - 12:30pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 313

9:30am CDT

Digitization Basics for Archives and Special Collections - Part 1: Select and Scan
This is the first part of a two-part, full-day workshop introducing the core elements of creating digital collections of historic photographs, documents and other archival materials. Part 1 focuses on selecting materials to digitize and the basics of reformatting. We'll start with some recommendations for planning a successful project and consider how your digital collections can fit into the statewide and national landscape of digital content. We'll discuss copyright concerns in order to help you answer the question "CAN I put this online?" And we'll explore the vocabulary of digital images, including pixels, resolution and bit depth as well as tools and best practices for scanning photographs and documents. 

Speakers
ME

Michael Edmonds

Wisconsin Historical Society, Deputy Administrator, Division of Library-Archives
JH

Josh Hickman

Beloit College, Digital Resources Librarian
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Emily Pfotenhauer

Recollection Wisconsin Program Manager, WiLS
As a Community Liaison/Service Specialist for WiLS (Wisconsin Library Services), Emily Pfotenhauer manages the Recollection Wisconsin digital collections consortium and other collaborative digital initiatives. She is a member of the DPLA Advisory Council.


Wednesday July 22, 2015 9:30am - 12:30pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 325-326

9:30am CDT

SQL 101 — Tables, Queries, and a Little MS Access: A Hands-On Introductory Workshop
Limited Capacity seats available

Join Eric for a hands-on opportunity to learn the basics of SQL! He’ll cover basic SQL language, and some behind the scenes details on what SQL looks like, while at the same time covering how to use MS Access to create and edit queries.

Using Microsoft Access as the tool to build and run your queries, you’ll learn:
  • Simple queries selecting data, counting data, and summarizing data.
  • How to link tables together to build more sophisticated reports
  • How to modify how tables are linked together to pull in information that only exists for some records but not others

  • Concepts around database design for understanding of limitations of spreadsheets, why multiple tables are used, and some commentary of things to look for to make your life easier as you work with vendor tables and try to decipher why the vendors database is the way it is.
MS Access is very powerful and we’ll be scratching the surface on what it can do using it to make SQL more accessible. We’ll cover what SQL looks like providing basic understanding of both SQL and how to use MS Access to quickly generate queries to access and compile data. We’ll be focused on tables, queries and SQL in MS Access, the workshop will not cover forms, reports or other advanced MS Access topics.

This workshop will not cover how to do any web programming, or how to setup the database connections. For specific databases, the vendors will provide documentation on how to setup, and depending on security settings on your work machine, your IT folks may have to be involved.

Speakers
EG

Eric Giefer

Director, Information Technology, UW Law School
Eric started working with the Law Library back in 1999 where he migrated reports to the new Voyager system and spent the next couple years working with a SQL support group, helping librarians do a myriad of quick reports of interest to their areas.  Now Eric oversees and programs... Read More →


Wednesday July 22, 2015 9:30am - 12:30pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 335

12:30pm CDT

Lunch - on your own
Wednesday July 22, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm CDT
Pyle Center 702 Langdon Street, Madison, WI

1:30pm CDT

What’s on your mind? A Social Media Workshop
Do you “do social media” for your library, but want to know how to do it better? You have lots of great things to share, but how and to whom? And why? This workshop will help you create an engaging social media presence through activities to identify your audience and your community social media partners, develop a social media strategy, and craft interesting communications to draw in your library users and stakeholders.

Speakers
MM

Melissa McLimans

Digital Services Librarian, UW Digital Collections Center
EP

Emily Passey

Assistant Director, Shorewood Public Library
VT

Vicki Tobias

Media Archivist, UW-Madison Archives


Wednesday July 22, 2015 1:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 313

1:30pm CDT

Digitization Basics for Archives and Special Collections - Part 2: Store and Share
This is the second part of a two-part, full-day workshop introducing the core elements of creating digital collections of historic photographs, documents and other archival materials. Part 2 focuses on sharing your digitized materials with the world and steps you can take to ensure that they'll remain usable and accessible into the future. We'll define metadata and why it's important, and consider approaches to creating descriptive metadata for discovery of historical resources. We'll examine the issue of digital preservation, including practical steps you can take to preserve your digital content with limited resources. And we'll think about digitization as a path to community engagement, including reaching out to your community for content and promoting your digital collections to your users.

Speakers
JH

Jesse Henderson

University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center, Digital Services Librarian
CP

Catherine Phan

University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center, Metadata Librarian
BS

Bradley Shipps

Outagamie Waupaca Library System, Continuing Education and Outreach Librarian
JW

Jessica Williams

Mount Horeb Public Library, Library Director


Wednesday July 22, 2015 1:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
Pyle Center, Room 325-326