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Tuesday, October 15 • 3:15pm - 4:10pm
#t5d: The DLF and HBCU LA Authenticity Project: A Personal and Professional Review

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Session Chair: Elizabeth Brumfield (Prairie View A&M University, John B. Coleman Library)
 
The DLF and HBCU LA Authenticity Project: A Personal and Professional Review
Raeshawn McGuffie(1), Raquel Donahue(2), Catherine Aster(3), Melissa Wisner(4), Josh Hogan(5)
1: Hampton University (Virginia); 2: Prairie View A&M University (Texas); 3: Stanford University (California); 4: NCSU Library (North Carolina); 5: Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center (Georgia)
 
The Authenticity Project involves early to mid-career librarians and archivists working at HBCUs, mentors from HBCUs, and conversation partners from predominantly white institutions (PWIs). It aims to build authentic connections and promote genuine exchange. Participants from the initial cohort will share their experiences and the impact on their professional work.
 

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avatar for Catherine Aster

Catherine Aster

Product & Service Manager, Stanford University
Cathy Aster is a Product and Service Manager at Stanford Libraries. She manages both services and projects, and in this role she also works as a product owner with software engineers, operations staff and user experience designers for the digital library applications she helps support... Read More →
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Raeshawn McGuffie

Assistant Director of Technical Services, Hampton University
MW

Melissa Wisner

Melissa Wisner is the IT Projects and Portfolio Management Librarian at North Carolina State University. She is also the co-chair of the DLF Diversity, Equity and Inclusion group for Advocacy, Leadership, and Recruitment.
avatar for Raquel K. W. Donahue

Raquel K. W. Donahue

Reference & Instruction Librarian, Prairie View A&M University
Raquel K. W. Donahue has been a Reference and Instruction Librarian at PVAMU’s John B. Coleman Library since March 2016. She graduated with honors from Texas Woman’s University in December 2015 with an MLS and earned a BA in English from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan... Read More →
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Joshua Hogan

Assistant Department Head, Digital Services, Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
Josh Hogan is the Assistant Head of the Digital Services Department at the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library. His primary responsibilities include taking a leadership role in a variety of digital curation activities, including digitization, metadata creation, repository... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2019 3:15pm - 4:10pm
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