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Open is a Destination: Collections, Scholarship and Inclusivity in the Digital Age Panel Discussion

Open is a Destination: Collections, Scholarship and Inclusivity in the Digital Age Panel Discussion

Thai Jones, PhD, Curator, US History, Columbia University, REVEAL Digital Diversity & Dissent Collection
Lisa Theo, Assistant Editor, Alpenglow Binghamton University Undergraduate Journal
Daimys Garcia, Department of Comparative Literature, Broadcasting World Literature WHRW radio series

Each presenter will discuss their experiences creating scholarly content for a diverse audience, including the challenges of collecting and creating shared models for controversial content and the benefits of using the ORB (Open Repository at Binghamton) for hosting student-focused journals and audio projects. Lunch will be served prior to the panel discussion.

Related LibGuide: Scholarly Communications and Open Access Policy by Amy Gay

Date:
Friday, October 25, 2019
Time:
11:00am - 1:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Zurack Family High-Technology Collaboration Center
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Elizabeth Brown

Director of Assessment and Scholarly Communications
Bartle Library LS-2504C
607-777-4882
ebrown@binghamton.edu