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30-minute Presentation/Panel

Description

We will discuss an IMLS-funded project to develop online digital stewardship training for staff of tribal archives, libraries, museums, and small public libraries, adapted from curriculum from WSU’s Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation.

The project team considered prevalent notions of openness and neutrality, and reflected on how practices around digitization, discovery, and access may perpetuate dispossession and erasure of traditional knowledge. We encourage learners to incorporate responsible, ethical approaches when collaborating with others and including diverse cultural heritage materials in their digital collections.

We will share relevant learnings from the project, courses, and the work of the CDSC.

Learning Outcomes

  • Attendees will learn about considerations and resources to support responsible, ethical approaches to digital stewardship and digital collections projects.

  • Attendees will learn about practices for working respectfully with tribal archives, libraries, and museums (TALMs) from cultural heritage professionals who have engaged in collaborative projects with them.

  • Attendees will learn about the content and resources offered by WebJunction’s Digital Stewardship Training Courses for TALMs and Small Public Libraries and know how to access these freely available online courses.

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© 2022 Dale Musselman and Lotus Norton-Wisla

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Start Date

25-3-2022 10:00 AM

End Date

25-3-2022 12:20 PM

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/37298

Subjects

Digital preservation, Community education, Digital libraries

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Mar 25th, 10:00 AM Mar 25th, 12:20 PM

Developing Digital Stewardship Training: Reflections from a Collaborative Project to Strengthen Staff Skills

We will discuss an IMLS-funded project to develop online digital stewardship training for staff of tribal archives, libraries, museums, and small public libraries, adapted from curriculum from WSU’s Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation.

The project team considered prevalent notions of openness and neutrality, and reflected on how practices around digitization, discovery, and access may perpetuate dispossession and erasure of traditional knowledge. We encourage learners to incorporate responsible, ethical approaches when collaborating with others and including diverse cultural heritage materials in their digital collections.

We will share relevant learnings from the project, courses, and the work of the CDSC.