And just in case you tend not to read emails with fishy subject lines, my last message is about a project launching today, that would welcome your participation and support: Endangered Data Week.

See below, and apologies for duplication! — Bethany

Bethany Nowviskie
Director of the Digital Library Federation (DLF) at CLIR
Research Associate Professor of Digital Humanities, UVa<> |<> |<> |<>

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From: Bethany Nowviskie <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
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Date: March 13, 2017 at 11:38:46 AM EDT
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We invite your participation in Endangered Data Week<>, a distributed network of events running from April 17th-21st, 2017:<>

Endangered Data Week is a new, annual, grassroots effort to:

  *   raise awareness of threats to publicly available data of all kinds, across sectors and disciplines;
  *   provide opportunities to explore the power dynamics of data creation, sharing, privacy, and retention;
  *   build community capacity by teaching ways to make #EndangeredData<> more accessible and secure.

Browse for online events and opportunities near you: <>

Nothing nearby? Please help make this first EDW a success by planning a gathering and adding it<> to our list and map!

We especially encourage events that promote care for endangered collections by:

  *   publicizing the availability of datasets to diverse communities;
  *   increasing critical engagement with data, including through visualization, analysis, and storytelling;
  *   encouraging activism and advocacy for open data policies;
  *   fostering needed skills through workshops on data curation, documentation and discovery, improved access, and preservation.

Finally, we welcome contributions to our small supplementary collection<> of EDW resources.

Endangered Data Week is facilitated by a dedicated team of volunteers, including Brandon Locke and Jason A. Heppler, supported by the Digital Library Federation<> and in partnership with a new DLF interest group on Records Transparency/Accountability<>, led by Rachel Mattson. Additional supporters include DataRefuge<> and CLIR<>.

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