Access to University of Miami Digital Collections

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Material Information

Title:
Access to University of Miami Digital Collections
Series Title:
dLOC Advanced Topics Training Institute
Physical Description:
Documentation
Language:
English
Creator:
MacCorkle, Lyn
Publisher:
Digital Library of the Caribbean ( dLOC )
Place of Publication:
Miami, FL

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Guide
Competencies
Digital Humanities
Digital Scholarship

Notes

Abstract:
Digital Library of the Caribbean ( dLOC ) Advanced Topics Training Institute, Schedule for July 21 – August 2, 2013, with details on presenters, training topics, for use in on-site training and for use in planning future training opportunities, guides, documentation, and other training and support materials

Record Information

Source Institution:
FIU: Special Collections
Holding Location:
FIU: Special Collections
Rights Management:
Applicable rights reserved.
System ID:
AA00016149:00010


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Access to University of Miami Digital Collections [ The header was created with Voyant ( http://voyant tools.org/ ) using the text of the descriptions of the 83 public University of Miami digital collection s found here: http://merrick.library.miami.edu/digitalprojects/allcollections.php ] http://www.base search.net/ Slidedeck Development Kit (jQuery) ( http://developers.slidedeck.com/ )

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Omeka ( http:// o meka.org ) http://scalar.usc.edu/updates/ ) University of Miami Libraries Digital Prepared by Lyn MacCorkle lmaccork@miami.edu University of Miami Libraries 2013 07 22



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DIGITAL COLLECTIONS PROVIDING ACCESS

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DIGITAL COLLECTIONS PROVIDING ACCESS Share with communities of interest Allow others to harvest metadata via OAI Maintain a publicly available repository where resources can be searched and browsed Use digital exhibits and projects to tell a story / contextualize resources Use social media and provide for social bookmarking

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Using Viewshare to provide maps, timelines and other visualizations

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Telling a story using digitized collections