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Monday, October 10 • 11:00am - 11:45am
M3: Developing Students' Digital Scholarship Skills

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Presentation 1
NOTE: This presentation has been MOVED to Tuesday at 2pm, session Tu13a

Tilting the Lens to Black Lives: Using Public Open Digital Scholarship to Develop Student Skills and Deepen Community Engagement
Willa Tavernier, Nicholas Homenda
Indiana University Bloomington, United States of America
The Land, Wealth, Liberation open access digital resource built at Indiana University Libraries focuses on how the racialized US socio-economic system affects black communities. The project’s success illustrates how digital collections focusing on the stories of historically marginalized groups can be an important site for student learning and community engagement.

Presentation 2
Centering Student Labor: A Practical Examination of Digital Library Experiences in the LIS Student Lifecycle
Grace Swinnerton(1), Brie Baumert(2), Heather Owen(2), Kamryn Lenning(2)
1: Syracuse University Libraries, Syracuse University, United States of America; 2: D'Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University, United States of America
Is practical work in a digital library a valuable component of library school? The unique opportunity of cross-campus collaborative work which centers student labor and ideas provides the mutual benefit of students receiving practical work experience and the digital library benefitting from the most up-to-date best practices they are learning.
Presentation 3
How We're Digitizing 22,000 Letters - Challenges and Opportunities
Rebecca Fried(1), Amanda Greenwood(2)
1: Union College; 2: Union College
In 2021, Union College was awarded an NHPRC grant to digitize the 22,000 letters of correspondence found in the John Bigelow papers. In this presentation, Rebecca Fried and Amanda Greenwood explain the challenges and successes they encountered during a project that required undergraduate students to digitize historically valuable documents.

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Justin de la Cruz

Program Specialist, National Center for Data Services
I'm interested in thinking about how to educate, how people learn, etc. I have some experience with Python. I'm interested in Wikipedia. I like playing guitar and writing songs.

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Amanda Greenwood

Bigelow Project Archivist, Union College, Schaffer Library

Monday October 10, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am EDT
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