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If your institution is looking for ways to highlight and contextualize your digital collections but you aren’t sure where to start, then this seminar is for you. Join representatives from the Boston Public Library and the Digital Commonwealth Board in this practical seminar that will cover:
Tuesday, February 28
Boston Public Library
Kirstein Business Library Exchange
10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Wednesday, March 15
College of the Holy Cross
1 College Street
Levis Browsing Room
Our conferences continue to be very successful, attracting interested librarians and managers of cultural heritage institutions.
The April conference will again be an all-day affair with a luncheon, speakers, and vendor exhibits.
You can download the exhibitor packet here for more detailed information.
Mary Minow is an advanced leadership initiative fellow at Harvard
University and is a Presidential Appointee to the board of the Institute of Museum and Library Services. She is one of the foremost legal scholars on issues that impact libraries, including copyright and fair use and has been very active in the library community, serving on boards and committees that span a range of interests and communities. Mary has also worked as a consultant with libraries in California and across the country on copyright, privacy, free speech and related legal issues. She most recently was counsel to Califa, a consortium of California libraries that set up its own statewide ebook lending service. Previously she was the Follett Chair at Dominican University’s School of Library and Information Science. Current and past board memberships include the Electronic Privacy Information Center, the Freedom to Read Foundation and the California Association of Trustees and Commissioners (Past Chair). Mary is the recipient of the first Zoia Horn Intellectual Freedom award and also received a WISE (Webbased Information Science Education) award for excellence in online education when she taught part time at San Jose State University. (Adopted from DPLA )
sessions are subject to change.