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Research Libraries, Archives and Museums Converging for Real Ricky Erway OCLC Research SAA 2009
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Research Ricky Erway SAA Austin, August 15, 2009 5 Collaboration Continuum additive transformative...
Research Ricky Erway SAA Austin, August 15, 2009 6 The Collaboration Catalysts Trust Vision Mandates Incentives Change Agents Mooring Resources Flexibility External Catalysts
Research Ricky Erway SAA Austin, August 15, 2009 7 Dan Santamaria Assistant University Archivist Mudd Library, Princeton University
Research Ricky Erway SAA Austin, August 15, 2009 8 Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass, Collections Catalogue Specialist, Center for British Art, Yale University
Research Ricky Erway SAA Austin, August 15, 2009 9 Nancy Gwinn Director of the Smithsonian Institution Libraries Smithsonian Institution
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Yours, Mine, Ours: Leadership Through Collaboration Organized by the RLG Partnership & OCLC Research Hosted by the Smithsonian Institution Supported by.
RLG Programs Collaboration on the LAM: Insights into Library, Archive, and Museum Interaction at Five Institutions Ricky Erway, RLG Program Officer OCLC.
Collections on Campus Günter Waibel OCLC Research Nancy Gwinn Smithsonian Institution Jackie Bell University of Calgary Libraries Archives Museums.
“You say you want a revolution…” Combining archives, museums, and libraries.
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Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET. October 2001Project presentation REGNET 2 Definition of supported Business Functions BUSINESS PROCESS MODELLING.
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Presentation Location 12 December 2007 Günter Waibel Program Officer, RLG Programs Ricky Erway Program Officer, RLG Programs Diane Zorich Cultural Heritage.
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PDA is a good thing: Embracing collaboration to address the personal digital archive needs of a contemporary artist Sam Meister University of Montana Society.
Towards consensus on collection-level description Collection Description Focus Briefing Day 1 British Library, St Pancras, London 22 October 2001 Bridget.
1 Scholarly Publishing Initiatives in ARL Libraries: a Penn State Perspective Nancy L. Eaton, Dean University Libraries and Scholarly Communications The.
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Libraries Australia A year in review Ms Debbie Campbell Acting Assistant Director-General Resource Sharing and Innovation 1
A Multi-Institutional Approach to Technical Report Literature Development of the Technical Report Archive & Image Library GL11 – Piecing It.
Research From the Researchers Point of View: Support for Research Workflows Jennifer Schaffner Program Officer OCLC Research CNI Spring 2010 Membership.
Current State of Play in Digital Preservation Peter B. Hirtle Cornell University Library Society of American Archivists.
There and back again * : Is there a need for GLAM** education? Katherine Howard PhD Candidate Queensland University of Technology (QUT) *With due acknowledgement.
1 First EMRAS II Technical Meeting IAEA Headquarters, Vienna, 19–23 January 2009.
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Jason Kovari | Head of Metadata Services & Web Archivist | Cornell University Library Faculty Collaboration(s) to Build Web Archives.
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Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) Digital Archives & Digital Humanities Laurie Taylor dLOC Technical Director Digital Humanities Librarian,
The Smithsonian: One-Stop Shopping Nancy E. Gwinn Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
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Fall 2002 DLF Forum RLG Cultural Materials DLF Forum Ricky Erway Digital Resources Manager, RLG.
British Literary Manuscripts Online Spring 2009 Jim Draper VP and Publisher Mary Onorato, Product Manager.
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November 17, 2008 John MacColl European Director, RLG Partnership, OCLC Research Presentation to Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Glasgow, July 2009.
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Supporting further and higher education The JISC FAIR Programme and International E-theses Developments.
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James Michalko, Moderator Vice President, OCLC Research OCLC, Inc. David A. Greenbaum Director, Data Services University of California, Berkeley Beth Sandore.
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COSTEP Massachusetts: An Example of Statewide Preparedness for Cultural Heritage Resources Society of American Archivists Austin Texas August 15, 2009.
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E-Content Service Group Virtual Meeting Digital Preservation: How to Get Started.
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Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET Workplan Adherence.
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