Mark your calendars, we’re headed to ARLIS/NA! Join us in Fort Worth, TX this March 19-23, where we’ll be moderating a panel, hosting a user group lunch, and taking part in ARLISpalooza.
Archive for the ‘Events’ Category
We look forward to seeing you this March 11-14 at the Visual Resources Association conference in Denver, Colorado. We invite you to join our presentations and meetings to learn how Shared Shelf provides the complete solution for cataloging, managing, preserving, and sharing digital media in your institution. Discover how it can support tasks such as managing special collections, teaching slides, and faculty archives, and projects in disciplines ranging from archaeology to zoology.
Join us at the Electronic Resources & Libraries conference this February 22-25, in Austin, Texas.
We’re taking part in two panels—conference attendees can sign up below.
The Care and Keeping of Digital Humanities Projects: Tools and Best Practices for Content Management and Delivery in the Digital Humanities
Moderated by Artstor’s Jennifer Hoyer, featuring presentations by Chelcie Rowell of Wake Forest University and Stephanie Bernhardt of Ohio State University.
Monday, February 23, 10:00-10:45 AM in room 103. Sign up here.
As the digital humanities explore new frontiers for thinking about scholarship, new solutions for managing this content in flexible environments are a key part of ensuring the longevity of this research. This session will present methods and tools used for managing and delivering the content of digital humanities projects.
Collaborative Collection Development: Engaging Users in Acquiring and Describing Collections using Artstor’s Shared Shelf
Moderated by Artstor’s Caroline Caviness and featuring Xiaoli Ma of Purchase College and Brooke Cox of DePauw University.
Tuesday, February 24, 10:45-11:30 AM in room 104. Sign up here.
This session will introduce Shared Shelf, Artstor’s web-based digital media management system, and highlight the work of librarians who use the platform to engage users in hands-on collection building and collaborative cataloging to help support faculty projects and free up library time. Speakers will describe specific projects – such as one on creating supporting materials for a course in Slavic folklore – and discuss how they facilitate collaboration, ways to build partnerships with their users, as well as the tools that can be harnessed to support these processes.
“I didn’t know how to look at art,” Phil Terry, founder and CEO of Collaborative Gain, confessed to ARTnews a few years ago. “Like most people, I would walk by quickly.” As the article points out, a study in Empirical Studies of the Arts estimates that museumgoers spend an average of just 17 seconds looking at an individual painting. But with Slow Art Day, Terry might just be changing those statistics.
It all started in 2008, when Terry decided to try an experiment at an exhibit at the Jewish Museum. Instead of rushing through the show glancing at everything, he looked at just a few works, slowly. He found that he loved it.
Join Artstor at the Charleston Conference, November 5-8 in Charleston, South Carolina. Visit us at table 75 in the Charleston Conference’s Vendor Showcase to and learn about our ten years of sharing collections with educational and scholarly communities.
Panel discussion, Thursday, November 6, 3:15-4:00 PM
Library Relations Account Manager Jen Hoyer is moderating Opening Open Access: Exposing Digital Images Collections with Ease. This panel will investigate the open access initiatives of three higher education institutions that are publishing digital media collections to various open access platforms, including Omeka, The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), and Shared Shelf Commons.
Speakers include Jane Carlin, University of Puget Sound Library; Camilla MacKay, Carpenter Library at Bryn Mawr College; and Gregg Silvis, University of Delaware Library.
Charleston Premiers, Saturday, November 8, 8:00-9:30 AM
Colleen Hunter, our Director of Account Management for North America, will be discussing Shared Shelf as part of Charleston’s short series of vendor presentations. Learn how institutions are using Shared Shelf to make their digital collections more accessible and discoverable for faculty, students, and the broader Internet community. Shared Shelf ensures that multimedia collections are safe, well-managed, and deliverable in exactly the way that faculty and students need them to be.
Booth raffle, Wednesday, November 5
Drop by table 75 and tell us how your library is using digital imagery to enter our drawing for a selection of books about great collections. And check out our new curriculum guides and pick up some swag!