Minnesota Digital Library annual meeting next week
Posted by Suzanne Fischer under digital history
Next Monday, May 11, 2007, come by the MDLC’s annual meeting at St. Ben’s outside St. Cloud to hear about the Minnesota Digital Library Coalition’s partners, projects, and resources. Here’s the schedule (yes, that’s me presenting in the afternoon):
||Registration and Coffee
—Kathleen Parker, College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University
“Digitization: What’s going on and how does Minnesota fit in?”
—Liz Bishoff, University of Colorado, Boulder
||Introduction to Pachyderm
This session features a new computer program that will allow educators (K-12, university, museum, etc.) to create interactive instructional units using materials from the MDL.
—Kris Wetterlund, Sandbox Studios
—Scott Sayre, Sandbox Studios
Beyond Photos—What’s Being Digitized in Minnesota
Hear how several organizations are digitizing more than photos and how those projects may fit into the Minnesota Digital Library.
—Lina Belar, History Museum of East Otter Tail County
—Eric Hillemann, Carleton College
—Irene VanBavel, Minnesota Historical Society
Copyright and Digitization
Learn the basics of copyright law, how copyright impacts digitization projects, and how the Minnesota Digital Library is working with copyright issues.
—John Chapman, University of Minnesota Libraries
|11:45 AM-12:45 PM
||Integrating Minnesota Reflections into the Classroom
Learn how teachers are using images from Minnesota Reflections in their classrooms. Come prepared to share ideas.
—Steve Potts, Hibbing Community College
MDL Participants and Their Digital Images—Who’s Doing What?
Representatives from several organizations that have participated in the Minnesota Digital Library will share stories of how they have leveraged their participation in the MDL exciting ways.
—Suzanne Fischer, Hennepin County Medical Center History Museum
—Ben Leonard, Nicollet County Historical Society
—Kathy Klehr, Scott County Historical Society
If you are wondering what metadata is and how to provide it, if you want to learn the ins and outs of the MDL metadata guidelines and spreadsheet, attend this session. If you want to gauge how much work creating metadata involves, this session is also for you.
—Marian Rengel, MDL Outreach Coordinator
||Locating and Incorporating Primary Sources into the K-12 Curriculum
Learn to use Minnesota Reflections to mine primary resources for K-12 curriculum. Using ELM resources such as Gale’s Discovering Collection and Junior Reference Collection will also be presented.
—Jennifer Hootman, MINITEX
The MDL Needs YOU!
Join members of the MDL steering committee for breakout sessions on a variety of MDL related topics. This session is a great way to contribute to the future direction of the MDL.
—Members of the MDL Steering Committee
Digital Project Management
Learn how to plan a digital project. From choosing to equipment to sharing collections, this session will help organizations consider all aspects of digital project management.
—Jason Roy, University of Minnesota Libraries