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Tuesday, October 15 • 4:35pm - 5:30pm
#t6c: Platforms and Pitfalls: Oral History Keepers Share Their Approach to Managing, Sharing and Preserving AV Content

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Session Chair: Dorothy Berry (Harvard University)
 
Platforms and Pitfalls: Oral History Keepers Share Their Approach to Managing, Sharing and Preserving AV Content
Kerri Willette(1), Rachel Mattson(2), Kevin Glick(3), Molly Schwartz(4), Yvette Ramirez(5)
1: AVP; 2: Tretter Collection in GLBT Studies, University of Minnesota; 3: Yale University Library; 4: METRO; 5: Bolivian Diaspora Archive Project
 
This panel will focus on the technologies, hacks, and various tools oral history and story keepers use to create, preserve and make AV content available. Panelists will discuss tools developed and used in their environments, and will walk through strategies for coping with the complexities of AV oral history content.
 

Moderators
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Dorothy Berry

Digital Collections Program Manager, Houghton Library, Harvard University
Dorothy Berry is Digital Collections Program Manager at Houghton Library, Harvard University. Her work has focused on increasing access to rare and unique institutional holdings through digitization and descriptive equity. She is committed to increasing awareness with a creative focus... Read More →

Speakers
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Kevin Glick

Head of Digitization and Digital Preservation, Yale University Library-Manuscripts & Archives
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Molly Schwartz

Studio Manager, Metropolitan New York Library Council
YR

Yvette Ramirez

The Laundromat Project
Yvette Ramirez is a community organizer, multi-media artist and the program associate at The Laundromat Project. She is inspired by the arts as a social agent that can build and empower communities as well as bring about transformative justice and healing.


Tuesday October 15, 2019 4:35pm - 5:30pm EDT
Florida Salon V