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Friday, June 17 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
From Grant Writing to Publishing: One Library’s Story of Utilizing Local Resources to Create Digital Collections

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Many theological libraries have unique and historically significant archive collections just waiting to be brought up to the surface. But how do we find the staff, time, money, and other resources to process and publish these would-be digital collections? Join these presenters on their journey of digital collection success. Discussion topics will include identifying and submitting grant applications, resourcing and utilizing student workers, getting the most out of your involvement in regional relationships and consortiums for added support, and publishing with CONTENTdm. Learn practical tips on leveraging software and equipment that you already have, as well as creating efficiencies without sacrificing quality. Think you just don’t have the knowledge or tools to get started? Learn about free authoritative learning resources made available to you by the work of other digital archivists. Ways of promoting digital collections will be also discussed in this Listen & Learn session.

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Jaeyeon Lucy Chung

Library Director & Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
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J. Lauren Mondala

Electronic Resources and Digital Services Librarian, The United Library
I love brining library resources to light utilizing all forms of creative mediums. I'm an absolute nerd for ILS tips and tricks, web design with the user in mind, digital collections, and really pretty looking promotional materials. Tell me how your library engages with its users!

Friday June 17, 2016 4:30pm - 5:20pm
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