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Tuesday, October 11 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Tu17: Discovery and Reuse

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Presentation 1
Working with What You Got: Creating a Re-Use Database with Existing Tools in the Age of Covid
Lindsay Skay Whitacre, Felipe Estrada-Prada
Harvard University Graduate School of Education, United States of America
The Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) launched an initiative to improve discoverability and re-use of course-based digital resources. Led by Gutman Library, it required collaboration and consensus-building. This centralized system would support units across the school and allow instructors to identify, re-use, and integrate digital learning objects into courses.
Presentation 2
Analyzing Discoverability in an MPLP World: How Levels of Description Impact Findability
Paul Daybell, Andrea Payant, Liz Woolcott, Becky Skeen, Anna-Maria Arnljots, Kurt Meyer
Utah State University Libraries, United States of America
Libraries and archives have differing opinions on how much effort to put into content description. Yet, descriptive practices meant to reduce processing time and increase exposure to collections can have unintended impacts on long-term user discovery. This project tests minimal and full description to determine the effects on discoverability.
Presentation 3
Progress Report on D-CRAFT: the Digital Content Reuse Assessment Toolkit
Ayla Stein Kenfield(1), Santi Thompson(2), Elizabeth Joan Kelly(3), Caroline Muglia(4), Ali Shiri(5), Liz Woolcott(6), Joyce Champan(7), Derrick Jefferson(8), Myrna E. Morales(9), Nicole Hennig(10), Ranti Junus(11)
1: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; 2: University of Houston; 3: LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network; 4: University of Southern California; 5: School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta; 6: Utah State University; 7: Duke University; 8: American University; 9: Massachusetts Coalition of Domestic Workers; 10: University of Arizona; 11: Michigan State University
This talk will update the Digital Library Federation community on the status of the Digital Content Reuse Assessment Framework Toolkit project (https://reuse.diglib.org/). The talk will focus on updates for three toolkit components. Presenters will review existing outputs and discuss deliverables currently in development.

Tuesday October 11, 2022 3:00pm - 3:45pm EDT
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