Meeting Agenda for the Baldwin Scholars Meeting in June 2014

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Title:
Meeting Agenda for the Baldwin Scholars Meeting in June 2014
Abbreviated Title:
Project Meeting Materials: Forging a Collaborative Structure for Sustaining Scholarly Access to the Baldwin Library for Historical Children's Literature
Physical Description:
Meeting materials
Language:
English
Creator:
Alteri, Suzan
Minson, Val ( Davis )
Kidd, Kenneth
Taylor, Laurie N.
Project Team and Partipants
Publisher:
George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, FL
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Abstract:
Meeting materials for June 2014 meeting of the project team for the mini-grant to bring representatives from both the scholarly and library community together for the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in Gainesville for a two-day meeting. Through the meetings and discussions, the group will develop a fully proposed plan for the Baldwin Scholarly Council for submission to the Deans of the Libraries for their review, discussion, and eventual implementation. As well, the group will be asked for scholarly and library viewpoints regarding a future project for external funding on early American and British Children's Literature and Religious Tracts.
General Note:
Part of the executive meeting packet for the Baldwin Scholars Council.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Agenda, Page 1 George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida Special & Area Studies Collections P. O. Box 11700 5 Gainesville, FL 32611 700 5 http://library.ufl.edu/baldwin Baldwin Scholars Council Meeting June 5 6, 2014 All events in the Sm athers Library (Library East), R oom 100 (1A) unless otherwise noted. Thursday, 5 June 2014 9 a 9 :45a Breakfast and Welcome Patrick Reakes Associate Dean for Scholarly Resource Services Overview of Process and Introductions Review of process (logistics, any updates, etc.) and introductions by all participants. 9 :45a 10 :15a Presentation: Introduction to Baldwin Library & Project (Suzan Alteri) S hort presentation on the history of the Baldwin Library as well as current initiatives, underutilization of the collection and how the collection is used, and information o n the digitization project of Early American and British Juvenile Literature and Religious Tracts. 10:15 a 11:15 a Baldwin Collection Development Policy (Suzan Alteri) Group discussion on the Baldwin Collection Development Policy Focus Question s : Does the current policy assist with curricular needs in the humanities? What core needs are not addressed that should be included? 11:15a 11:45 a Debrief You will be asked to write on white boards what surprised you so far and what do you want to learn more a bout. 11:45 a 12:45 p Lunch Small group discussion of research interests and continued discussion of the Scholars Council in the Baldwin 12:45p 1:30 p Session 1 : Functions & Expectations of Baldwin Library Scholars Council Short introduction on current trends and ideas for the Scholars Council and to leverage the council for the Baldwin Library followed by large group brainstorming that ranks importance of ideas 1:30 p 2:15 p Session 2 : Scholars Councils and Libraries (facilitated session) Short presenta tion on Scholars Councils in Libraries (10 minutes) followed by discussion in small groups Focus Question : How do existing models from outside the library community work for this Scholars Council and within the library infrastructure?

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2:15 p 2:30 p Break 2:30p 3:00p Session 3: Assets, Networks, and Expertise Short presentation on what assets and expertise UF has on campus, the University Libraries has, and the Baldwin Library has followed by large group discussion on what assets, networks, and expertise participants can bring. 3:00p 3:30p Debrief Summary of what has been discussed /questions 3:45 5:15 Tour of the Baldwin Library 5:30p Welcome Dinner s Dinners in small groups with various hosts (sign up sheet at conference) Friday, 6 June 2014 8:30 a 9 a Breakfast 9 a 9:30 a Closing the loop Next steps for the Baldwin Library Scholars Council 9:30a 10 a Presentation on the digitization process and the Beta site (Suzan Alteri ) 10 a 10: 15 a Break 10: 15 a 11:30 a Breakout Session 1: Discussion of Beta website content and functionality ( facilitated session ) Evaluation of the Beta Site using the SWO (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities) analysis technique Focus : Content (primary) & Design, Presentation, and Metadata Link will be sent out a head of time 11:30a 12:45 p Presentation on the Digital Library of the Caribbean and Lunch (Laurie Taylor) 12:45 p 1 p Debrief Individual brainstorming on h ow will the dLOC model works for this grant project 1 p 1:30 p Potential Collaborators (facilitated session) Small group brainstorming (collaborative method: post it notes with names of potential collaborators from academic institutions, historical societies, religious societies, etc. 1:30 p 3 p Session 3: Grant Brainstorming (Bess de Farber) Building the project idea 3p 3:30p Closing Thoughts, Thanks, and Review of Next Steps (Suzan Alteri)



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Agenda, Page 1 George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida Special & Area Studies Collections P. O. Box 11700 5 Gainesville, FL 32611 700 5 http://library.ufl.edu/baldwin Baldwin Scholars Council Meeting June 5 6, 2014 All events in the Smathers Library (Library East), room 1A, unless otherwise noted. Thursday, 5 June 2014 9 a 9 :45a Breakfast and Welcome P atrick Reakes Associate Dean for Scholarly Resources & Services Overview of Process and Introductions Review of process (logistics, any updates, etc.) and introductions by all participants. 9 :45a 10 :15a Presentation: Introduction to Baldwin Library & Project (Suzan Alteri) S hort presentation on the history of the Baldwin Library as well as current initiatives, underutilization of the collection and how the collection is used, and information on the digiti zation project of Early American and British Juvenile Literature and Religious Tracts. 10:15 a 11:15 a Baldwin Collection Development Policy (Suzan Alteri) Group discussion on the Baldwin Collection Development Policy Focus Question s : Does the current policy assist with curricular needs in the humanities? What core needs are not addressed that should be included? 11:15a 11:45 a Debrief You will be asked to write on white boards what surprised you so far and what do you want to learn more about. 11:45 a 12:45 p Lunch Small group discussion of research interests and continued discussion of the Scholars Council in the Baldwin 12:45p 1:30 p Session 1 : Functions & Expectations of Baldwin Library Scholars Council Short introduction on current trends and ideas for the Scholars Council and to leverage the council for the Baldwin Library followed by large group brainstorming that ranks importance of ideas 1:30 p 2:15 p Session 2 : Scholars Councils and Libraries (facilitated session) Short presentation on Sch olars Councils in Libraries (10 minutes) followed by discussion in small groups Focus Question : How do existing models from outside the library community work for this Scholars Council and within the library infrastructure?

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2:15 p 2:30 p Break 2:30p 3:00p Session 3: Assets, Networks, and Expertise Short presentation on what assets and expertise UF has on campus, the University Libraries has, and the Baldwin Library has followed by large group discussion on what assets, networks, and expertise p articipants can bring. 3:00p 3:30p Debrief Summary of what has been discussed /questions 5:30p Welcome Dinner on the Town Friday, 6 June 2014 8:30 a 9 a Breakfast 9 a 9:45 a Closing the loop Next steps for the Baldwin Library Scholars Council 9:45a 10:15a Presentation on the digitization process and the Beta site (Suzan Alteri ) 10: 15 a 10: 30 a Break 10: 30 a 11:45 a Breakout Session 1: Discussion of Beta website content and functionality ( facilitated session ) Evaluation of the Beta Site using the SWO (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities) analysis technique Focus : Content (primary) & Design, Presentation, and Metadata Link will be sent out a head of time 11:45a 12:45 p Presentation on the Digital Library of th e Caribbean and Lunch (Laurie Taylor) 12:45 p 1:00 p Debrief Individual brainstorming on h ow will the dLOC model works for this grant project 1p 1:30 p Potential Collaborators (facilitated session) Small group brainstorming (collaborative method: post it notes with names of potential collaborators from academic institutions, historical societies, religious societies, etc. 1:30 p 3 p Session 3: Grant Brainstorming (Bess de Farber) Building the project idea 3p 3:30p Closing Thoughts, Thanks, and Review of Next Steps (Suzan Alteri)