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Tuesday, November 8 • 11:00am - 11:55am
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Presentation 1
Digital Learning in Physical Spaces: One Library’s Strategic Renovations
The Claremont Colleges Library is renovating two complementary spaces to enable experimental, project-based learning enhanced by technology and services. This presentation shares pre-renovation assessments and results and how they affected implementation. It also discusses post-remodel use studies and development of a project template integrating assessment and communication into future renovations.
Presenter: Sarah Pickle, Micquel Little

Presentation 2
Snapshot - Digital Collections Units as Learning Labs
As Digital Humanities/Digital Scholarship (DH/DS) become increasingly popular in many academic departments, digital collections units can serve as learning labs for students and professors. SMU’s Norwick Center for Digital Services has created educational opportunities for many audiences, including practicum, internships, digitization tours, lab demonstrations, and graduate seminars.
Presenter: Cindy Boeke

Presentation 3
Snapshot - Integrating the Library and Digital Humanities: A Digital Collections Librarian’s Education and Assessment
Awarded NEH funding in 2013 to digitize a 19th Century southern botanist’s manuscripts and plant specimens, the Digital Collections Librarian had her first real experience working with the Center for Digital Humanities. She will discuss lessons learned and whether it was an appropriate use of her department's time.
Presenter: Kate Boyd

Presentation 4
Snapshot - The Training Games: A Method for Digitization Skills Refreshment and Certification
The Training Games Program, piloted during spring of 2016, consisted of nine tests and scanning challenges participants had to complete to earn basic digitization certification. The program sought to verify and improve scanning manuals, educate, refresh, and certify the digitization skills of student technicians, and increase their scanning confidence.
Presenters: Marcia McIntosh, Shannon Willis

Session Chairs
avatar for Doralyn Rossmann

Doralyn Rossmann

Head of Digital Library Initiatives, Montana State University
Academic Librarian, CC-Certificate Facilitator, recent participant in the Open Textbook Network's Open Educational Resources certificate program. Curious about the role of certificates in the open movement. Let's talk!

avatar for Cindy Boeke

Cindy Boeke

Digital Collections Librarian, Norwick Center for Digital Services, Southern Methodist University
digital collections, digital preservation, digitization
avatar for Kate Boyd

Kate Boyd

Digital Initiatives Coordinator, University of South Carolina Libraries
University of South Carolina Libraries
avatar for Micquel Little

Micquel Little

Director of User Services and Resource Sharing, Claremont Colleges Library
Micquel Little is the Director of User Services and Resource Sharing at the Claremont Colleges Library in Southern California. After earning her BA and MLIS degrees from the University of Pittsburgh, Micquel became involved in resource sharing and the IDS Project in 2010. She also... Read More →

Marcia McIntosh

Digital Production Librarian, University of North Texas
University of North Texas
avatar for Sarah Pickle

Sarah Pickle

Director of Organizational Planning & Assessment, Claremont Colleges Library

Shannon Willis

University of North Texas

Tuesday November 8, 2016 11:00am - 11:55am
Grand West

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