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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014814/00001
 Material Information
Title: PowerPoint Template for Digital Collection Presentation Slides
Physical Description: Presentation slide template
Language: English
Creator: Thorat, Dhanashree
Publisher: George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, FL
Publication Date: 2013
 Notes
Abstract: Template slides for presentations on specific digital collections at UF. Presentation created for the Holistic Supports Mini Grant (http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00011752/00001 ) utilizing prior initial script-towards-a-template developed for supports, and resulting in refinements and enhancements and this actual template.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: Applicable rights remain with the author/creator.
System ID: AA00014814:00001

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The background color canbe changed. (Right Click –Format Background) Template for Presentation: Sample Presentations: Florida Digital Newspaper Library http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00011618 Baldwin Library Digital Collections Rawlings Special Collection http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014742/00001/pdf Thanks to the organizers, venue, attendees, etc. 1

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Add Presenter Photo, Name, and Contact Information Introductions by presenters; and for full project team members who may not be in attendance (use slide with names, titles, and photos of presenters if possible) 2

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SampleAgenda: 1.Current status and collection goals 2.Contents 3.Functionality 4.Resources for assisting students 5.Continuing the conversation OPTIONAL:Include an image from the collection 3

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Overview of Collection Current status and collection goals a. Size and scope b. Needs: example at UF alone OPTIONAL: Briefly overview sub collections 4

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Collection Contents a. Range of materials (time span; material type; frame and explain scope) b. Provide an example that helps to illustrate scope and contents in terms of range/diversity and richness (SEE NEXT SLIDE) c. Provide another example of complexity or possible confusion if application, or again of richness of materials (SEE NEXT SLIDES) d. Subcollections, if applicable, and how they are related and curated (SEE NEXT SLIDES) OPTIONAL: Include image from collections 5

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b. Provide an example that helps to illustrate scope and contents in terms of range/diversity and richness (Use a few visual examples from the collection or a sub collections. For instance, you can highlight different kinds of content, or special items in the collections) 6

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c. Provide another example of complexity or possible confusion if application, or again of richness of materials (Use a few visual examples from the collection or a sub collections.) 7

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d. Subcollections, if applicable, and how they are related and curated 8

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Significance a. Significance or larger issues of impact/importance and potential audience 9

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Includescreenshot of the collections webpage (THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS ARE DISCUSSED IN THE NEXT FEW SLIDES) Functionality a. Mention regular usability studies b. Standard functionality and how it works c. Enhancements: recent i. Collection level 1. Searching (mention materials crawled by Google and other commercial search engines so simple web searches will access) 2. Browsing (all, new items, map browse if applicable, and serendipity) ii. Title level 1. Review for collections with serials and sets iii. Item level 1. Page views, with how to change pages 2. Zoomableimage view 3. Thumbnail overview 4. Searching in the item 5. Citation view 6. Special views, as applicable Any pending enhancements 10

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Screenshot to show All Items feature Discussthe Aspects that can be used to narrow search parameters 11

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Screenshots to show Specific Searchand Advanced Search 12

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Highlight Zoom 13

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Additionalfunctionality features that you can point out: Map It, 360 degrees view, Tree View, etc. The collection may have special features. 14

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Section varies by audience a. Scholars/researchers: Resources for research: myUFDC/myDLOCtools i. Examples of common uses (saving searches, items, making bookshelves, emailing to self) Page 2 of 2 ii. Approaches and walk through several of these functions iii. Where do you go from there –HELP pages, self submit materials to share research and create scholarly curated digital collections; mention grants collection for funding opportunities b. Undergraduates: Resources for research i. Can focus on myUFDC/myDLOCtools ii. Can focus on finding primary research materials, citation, and Fair Use of images iii. Can focus on any lesson/goal, including subject specific with the collection c. Librarians: Resources for assisting patrons i. Examples of common questions ii. Approach and walk through several questions iii. Where you go from there –HELP pages 15

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Continuing the conversation a. We’d like to get your feedback and we’ll share how to contact us (contact us link, presenter contact information) 16

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Q&A 17