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> On Jan 6, 2022, at 9:00 PM, DLF-ANNOUNCE automatic digest system <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> There are 4 messages totaling 1625 lines in this issue.
> 
> Topics of the day:
> 
>  1. IIIF Archives Community Group call - Dorothy Berry on Slavery, Abolition,
>     Emancipation, and Freedom: Primary Sources at Houghton Library - 18
>     January 2022
>  2. FW: Deadline extended - RLUK issues major international survey (stage 2):
>     Virtual Reading Rooms and Virtual Teaching Spaces
>  3. FW: RLUK Digital Shift Forum: Forthcoming seminars
>  4. FW: CALL EXTENDED - BDAWG Co-Coordinator Role
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> Date:    Thu, 6 Jan 2022 10:49:33 -0800
> From:    "Mark A. Matienzo" <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: IIIF Archives Community Group call - Dorothy Berry on Slavery, Abolition, Emancipation, and Freedom: Primary Sources at Houghton Library - 18 January 2022
> 
> Colleagues,
> 
> The next IIIF Archives Community Group call will be on Tuesday, 18 January
> 2022 at 9 AM PST / 12 PM EST / 17:00 UTC / 18:00 CET.
> 
> Dorothy Berry (Houghton Library, Harvard University) will be
> presenting on Slavery,
> Abolition, Emancipation, and Freedom: Primary Sources at Houghton Library
> (SAEF) <http://nrs.harvard.edu/URN-3:HUL.ERESOURCE:SAEF>, a digital
> collections and digitization project focused on increasing representation
> of African American history in Houghton’s digital collections. Her
> presentation will include information on how the SAEF project uses  IIIF to
> provide access and contextualize these materials. The presentation will
> focus on the use of open IIIF tools to enhance accessibility across broad
> collections.
> 
> In addition, we’ll introduce our new co-chair, Alison Harvey (Cardiff
> University), and have time for announcements.
> 
> As always, we're looking for potential demos or presentations related to
> IIIF and archives of 10-15 minutes each. Please don't hesitate to let us
> know should you be interested and willing to present or demo something on
> this or a future call.
> 
> Connection details:
> https://stanford.zoom.us/j/97950308605?pwd=MUl6dDFqSkhOWkY5b2FjalhSVHI5Zz09
> To join via phone: https://zoom.us/u/X6CTDOPc  - Enter Meeting ID:
> 97950308605; Password: 862574
> Agenda:
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/11BGTkQxTMQtMZmOAAFuo8ZHpnklnqMbmjFnxXFzI-q8/edit#
> 
> *About the IIIF Archives Community Group:* The IIIF Archives Community
> Group (https://iiif.io/community/groups/archives/) focuses on setting best
> practices for using IIIF with archival material, and collaborates
> internationally regarding promotion and demonstration of use, exploration
> of possibilities and documentation of use cases and requirements, and
> communication between the IIIF community and allied professional
> communities.
> 
> *About IIIF*: The International Image Interoperability Framework (
> http://iiif.io), or IIIF, represents an effort by a growing community of
> LAMs and image repositories to collaboratively produce an interoperable
> technology and community framework for image delivery of materials in any
> format (including photographs, digitized manuscripts and archival
> materials, born-digital records, audio/video, and more) in
> standards-compliant ways that encourage their adaptability and reuse across
> a variety of contexts. Enabling access to archival materials through IIIF
> offers exciting opportunities for collaborative cross-institution
> storytelling, crowdsourcing, display of hierarchically described digital
> archival collections, and even enabling researchers to recreate dispersed
> collections and create new collections based on specific research questions.
> 
> On behalf of the chairs,
> Mark
> 
> --
> Mark A. MATIENZO (they/them) | ✉ [log in to unmask]
> Assistant Director for Digital Strategy and Access, Stanford Libraries
> 
> *I work from the unceded ancestral lands of the Duwamish people in Seattle,
> WA*Schedule a meeting or appointment with me
> <https://appointments.library.stanford.edu/appointments/matienzo>
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> 
> Date:    Thu, 6 Jan 2022 21:33:14 +0000
> From:    Gayle Schechter <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: FW: Deadline extended - RLUK issues major international survey (stage 2): Virtual Reading Rooms and Virtual Teaching Spaces
> 
> 
> 
> --
> Gayle Schechter, MSLIS | she/her/hers
> Program Associate
> 🍑 Based in Atlanta, GA (Mvskoke land<https://www.whose.land/en/>)
> The Digital Library Federation (DLF)<https://www.diglib.org/>
> Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR<http://clir.org/>)
> Alexandria, VA
> @CLIRDLF<https://twitter.com/CLIRDLF> | @akaGladys<https://twitter.com/akaGladys>
> 
> My working day may not be your working day. Please don’t feel obliged to reply to this e-mail outside of your normal working hours.
> 
> 
> 
> From: Christina Kamposiori <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Thursday, January 6, 2022 at 8:09 AM
> To: Gayle Schechter <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Deadline extended - RLUK issues major international survey (stage 2): Virtual Reading Rooms and Virtual Teaching Spaces
> 
> Dear Gayle,
> 
> 
> I hope my email finds you well.
> 
> I am writing to let you know that the deadline for the RLUK international survey (stage 2) on the development of VRR/VTS services in collection-holding institutions has been extended.
> 
> We would be grateful if you could forward the below information to the CLIR DLF network. We’re very keen to receive responses from beyond the RLUK community, so any insights from DLF members would be invaluable. Like the last survey, the results will be published in report form and made available to the wider community.
> 
> With very best wishes,
> Christina
> ------------------------------------------------
> 
> Deadline extended - RLUK issues major international survey (stage 2): Virtual Reading Rooms and Virtual Teaching Spaces
> 
> Survey deadline extended: Monday 24th January 2022
> Please see further down for the links to the full survey and a shorter version of the survey
> 
> Research Libraries UK<http://www.rluk.ac.uk/>, working with a number of our national and international partners, is re-issuing its major survey, first conducted in May-June 2021<https://www.rluk.ac.uk/libraries-archives-and-museums-enable-new-forms-of-remote-access-in-response-to-covid-19-pandemic/>, regarding the development and delivery of Virtual Reading Room and Virtual Teaching Space services. The aim is to document the most recent developments and innovations in the area by the RLUK and broader national and international research library communities.
> 
> We welcome submissions from institutions from around the world and you do not need to be an RLUK member to complete this survey. Institutions are encouraged to participate in this stage of the project regardless of whether they participated in the stage 1 survey.
> 
> The results of this survey will be published by RLUK and made available to the community. It will complement the report 'New Frontiers of Digital Access: The development and delivery of Virtual Reading Rooms and Virtual Teaching Spaces amongst collection-holding institutions<https://www.rluk.ac.uk/libraries-archives-and-museums-enable-new-forms-of-remote-access-in-response-to-covid-19-pandemic/>' published in July 2021 and a series of case studies<https://www.rluk.ac.uk/vrr-case-studies/> on the development and delivery of Virtual Reading Rooms (VRRs) and Virtual Teaching Spaces (VTSs).
> 
> ------------------------------------------
> Survey Information:
> 
> Many collection-holding institutions have been actively exploring new and innovative ways through which digital access can be provided to their collections. This need has been enhanced by the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. The closure of libraries, archives, and museums to researchers during the height of the pandemic, restricted access during successive periods of national lockdown, and on-going social distancing rules, have significantly disrupted the ability of scholars to conduct research.
> 
> In response to these challenges, research libraries, archives and special collections, and museums and galleries have been experimenting with the provision of geographically remote digital access to heritage and cultural collections through the creation of Virtual Reading Rooms (VRRs) and Virtual Teaching Spaces (VTSs).
> 
> What do we mean by a Virtual Reading Room or a Virtual Teaching Space?
> 
> VRRs and VTSs provide human-mediated remote digital access to collections without digitisation. Through the use of live streaming and visualisers positioned within physical research spaces, scholars, teachers or members of the public can view and digitally engage with an institution's heritage and cultural collections, asking for these to be positioned and repositioned by a member of staff, to enable their research. These are emerging and bespoke services which provide another means of user-responsive access to collection materials.
> 
> A link to a video demonstration of a Virtual Reading Room service is included in the survey preamble and on the RLUK website<https://www.rluk.ac.uk/vrr-and-vts-survey-stage2>.
> 
> Complete the survey:
> 
> This survey asks a series of questions about the development and use of Virtual Reading Rooms (VRRs) and Virtual Teaching Spaces (VTSs) within institutions.
> 
> If you or your institution have developed a VRR or VTS service, please complete the more comprehensive version of the survey accessed through the link below.
> 
> Link to the FULL survey: Virtual Reading Rooms and Virtual Teaching Spaces (full survey)<https://forms.gle/JTXqRuqk7wk54aXY9>
> Who should complete this survey: Institutions who have already developed a VRR or VTS service
> Duration: 20-25 minutes to complete
> Survey closes: Monday 24th January 2022
> 
> If you or your institution intend to develop a VRR or VTS service but haven't developed it yet, please complete the slightly shorter version of the survey accessed through the link below.
> 
> Link to the SHORT survey: Virtual Reading Rooms and Virtual Teaching Spaces (short version)<https://forms.gle/WZ4JSNFaikbushvD6>
> Who should complete this survey: Institutions who intend to develop a VRR or VTS service but haven’t yet
> Duration: 15-20 minutes to complete
> Survey closes: Monday 24th January 2022
> 
> If colleagues wish to consider the survey questions in advance of completion, please find the PDFs of the full survey and the short survey on the RLUK website<https://www.rluk.ac.uk/vrr-and-vts-survey-stage2>.
> 
> For further information about this survey and the work of Research Libraries UK in this area, please contact: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> or [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>.
> 
> 
> ------
> 
> Christina Kamposiori, PhD
> 
> Programme Officer, RLUK
> 
> 
> 
> Email: [log in to unmask]
> 
> Tel: +44 (0) 20 7862 8325
> 
> Twitter: @CKamposiori
> 
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> ------------------------------
> 
> Date:    Thu, 6 Jan 2022 21:33:39 +0000
> From:    Gayle Schechter <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: FW: RLUK Digital Shift Forum: Forthcoming seminars
> 
> 
> 
> --
> Gayle Schechter, MSLIS | she/her/hers
> Program Associate
> 🍑 Based in Atlanta, GA (Mvskoke land<https://www.whose.land/en/>)
> The Digital Library Federation (DLF)<https://www.diglib.org/>
> Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR<http://clir.org/>)
> Alexandria, VA
> @CLIRDLF<https://twitter.com/CLIRDLF> | @akaGladys<https://twitter.com/akaGladys>
> 
> My working day may not be your working day. Please don’t feel obliged to reply to this e-mail outside of your normal working hours.
> 
> 
> 
> From: Matthew Greenhall <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Thursday, January 6, 2022 at 5:50 AM
> Subject: RLUK Digital Shift Forum: Forthcoming seminars
> 
> RLUK Digital Shift Forum #RLUKDSF upcoming events
> 
> Dear colleagues,
> I hope that you have had a wonderful and restful festive period. 2022 sees the continuation of the RLUK Digital Shift Forum, with an exciting programme of speakers from across the international information and research community.
> 
> Our three seminars across January and February include speakers from Athenaeum21, the University of Edinburgh, and Microsoft, each exploring different elements of the digital shift in research collections, services, and technologies.
> 
> Seminars are free to attend and are open to all. Visit the RLUK website<https://bit.ly/RLUKDSF> to see our full programme, for further details of each event, and to register to attend.
> 
> Every seminar is recorded and is made available afterwards. Hear from our previous speakers at RLUK DSF on demand<https://www.rluk.ac.uk/dsf-on-demand/>.
> 
> 
> 19 January 2022, 14.00-15.00 (GMT)
> Technology is Not the Answer: Why “Digital” is Not the Most Important Aspect of Your Digital Strategy
> Megan Hurst and Christine Madsen, Co-founders, Athenaeum21 Consulting (A21)
> 
> We define ‘digital strategy’ as ‘a plan of action for the adoption of institutional processes and practices to support and/or transform the organisation and culture to effectively and competitively function in an increasingly digital world’. In 1975, a Kodak employee built the first digital camera. In 2012, Kodak filed for bankruptcy, having had its photographic film business disrupted by competitors invested heavily in promoting the ‘new’ technology of digital photography. Why do large organisations (including academic institutions) fail to evolve with the times? And what is your strategy for supporting evolution and innovation in your organisation? How do you adapt to and benefit from change and new ideas?
> 
> Athenaeum21 was commissioned to conduct an environmental scan<https://www.athenaeum21.com/news/technologyisnottheanswer> of how and why digital strategies in a range of organisations succeed, and also why they ‘fail’. The answers are complex, but there are important trends worth understanding. Join us to learn how and why people, culture, leadership, and organisational alignment are arguably more important for digital transformation than data and technology.
> 
> Register for this event: here<https://bit.ly/RLUKDSF>
> 
> 
> 2 February 2022, 14.00-15.00 (GMT)
> Design From/With/By Data
> Professor Chris Speed FRSE, Chair of Design Informatics, University of Edinburgh
> 
> The design community have used qualitative and quantitative data to inform the development of products, services and systems for many years. From market analytics to observational analysis, and questionnaires to design probes, designers understand implicitly the need to watch, listen and learn from the data that is gathered by prototypes before, during and after the design process. However, whilst the methods for gathering data have grown to reflect research through design approaches, there has been little classification of the kinds of data that we are encountering in an age of large digital data sets, nor to frame how we design alongside them.
> 
> The talk will reflect upon a framework for designers that was introduced in 2016 that reflected on methods of working with data, in order to anticipate its ability to transform design processes as its level of performativity increases. The framework aims to offer a means of organising both existing methods but also of anticipating emerging methods that recognise the increasing performative qualities of data.
> 
> The provocation of the talk is that by acknowledging the fast-moving nature of data-driven technologies, there are many challenging aspects of being a contemporary design researcher within the Digital Shift agenda, and we need new literacies (including the ablative framework) in order that we retain a digital literacy and social values.
> 
> Register for this event: here<https://bit.ly/RLUKDSF>
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 16 February 2022, 14.00-15.00 (GMT)
> 
> Improving discoverability of knowledge leveraging modern technology
> 
> Catherine Devine, Business Strategy Leader – Libraries and Museums, Microsoft
> 
> 
> 
> In this session, we’ll explore the possibilities of improving discoverability of collections and information through the use of modern technologies, such as artificial intelligence. Digitizing collections and making them accessible is only scratching the surface of what is possible to understand and access about the world’s knowledge. We’ll paint a vision for the future and the possibilities for humanity that come from increased understanding and access to knowledge, and then drill down to reality and the present day to talk about the improvements to discoverability that can be realized now, building on existing systems and processes.
> 
> 
> 
> Register for this event: here<https://bit.ly/RLUKDSF>
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> With very best wishes,
> 
> 
> 
> Matt
> 
> Dr Matthew Greenhall
> Deputy Executive Director
> Research Libraries UK
> 
> Email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
> Office: 020 7862 8643
> Mobile: 07432 768566
> Website: www.rluk.ac.uk<http://www.rluk.ac.uk>
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> Date:    Thu, 6 Jan 2022 22:54:45 +0000
> From:    Gayle Schechter <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: FW: CALL EXTENDED - BDAWG Co-Coordinator Role
> 
> 
> 
> --
> Gayle Schechter, MSLIS | she/her/hers
> Program Associate
> 🍑 Based in Atlanta, GA (Mvskoke land<https://www.whose.land/en/>)
> The Digital Library Federation (DLF)<https://www.diglib.org/>
> Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR<http://clir.org/>)
> Alexandria, VA
> @CLIRDLF<https://twitter.com/CLIRDLF> | @akaGladys<https://twitter.com/akaGladys>
> 
> My working day may not be your working day. Please don’t feel obliged to reply to this e-mail outside of your normal working hours.
> 
> 
> 
> From: <[log in to unmask]> on behalf of Danielle Butler <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Monday, January 3, 2022 at 9:54 AM
> To: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: CALL EXTENDED - BDAWG Co-Coordinator Role
> 
> Hello everyone,
> 
> We did not receive enough applicants to hold an election, so we are extending the call for co-coordinators for two weeks. If you have already applied/nominated someone, there is no need to submit again during this period.
> 
> 
> The DLF Born Digital Access Working Group (BDAWG) is seeking 2 co-coordinators. Information on the responsibilities of the co-coordinators is available here: DLF BD Access Working Group Coordinator Responsibilities<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NSKbGoO6lqbkGKJZPWOdsrvD7rPIom51KJsUSg5cJiY/edit?usp=sharing>; co-coordinators generally have a suggested time commitment of about 5 hours per month.
> 
> 
> The call is open to anyone, and we are seeking candidates with the following:
> 
> 
> ·  An interest in community-oriented work
> 
> ·  A commitment to open communication and consensus-building processes
> 
> ·  An interest in working with born-digital cultural heritage materials
> 
> ·  A willingness to plan BD Access-relevant programming at the DLF Forum
> 
> ·  The capacity to dedicate about 5 hours per month to coordination tasks
> 
> 
> It would be ideal, but not required, if candidates had experience with group coordination work and experience attending the DLF Forum or working with DLF. Candidates do not need to be an institutional member of DLF.
> 
> 
> Nominate someone (it can be yourself!) to serve as co-coordinator here: DLF BD Access Working Group Co-Coordinator Nomination Form: https://forms.gle/bT2j2a27WjTKCxQt8
> 
> 
> 
> The nomination form will be open until January 17, after which Abbie and Danielle, the current co-coordinators, will assemble the ballot and gather more information from candidates, as needed. The community will vote on the ballot between Jan 24 and Jan 28, and the new co-coordinators will be announced in early February, with the goal of assuming leadership for the group soon after. The current co-coordinators will act as mentors during the hand-off period.
> 
> 
> 
> Please reach out to myself (Danielle - [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>) or Abbie ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>) if you have additional questions about the role and associated responsibilities/time commitment
> 
> 
> 
> Many thanks,
> 
> Danielle Butler (she/her) | BDAWG Co-Coordinator
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