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Title:
Generous Thinking to Meet Community Needs with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC)
Creator:
Collins, Perry
Huet, Hélène
Taylor, Laurie N.
Place of Publication:
UK
Publisher:
DCDC (Discovering Collections Discovering Communities ) 2021
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English
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Conference presentation

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By Perry Collins, Hélène Huet, and Laurie Taylor; with work by Brittany A. Mistretta, Hannah Toombs, Juliet Glenn-Callender, Keja Valens

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Generous Thinking to Meet Community Needs with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) By Perry Collins, Hlne Huet, and Laurie Taylor; with work by Brittany A. Mistretta, Hannah Toombs, Juliet Glenn Callender, Keja Valens

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About the InstituteGenerous Community | 1 week, in May 2019 | 40+ educators, scholars, librarians | Digital Humanities, low barrier tools | Digital Collections https://nehcaribbean.domains.uflib.ufl.edu/

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Goals

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Questions How did participants engage with existing OERs, especially digital collections, as a shared knowledge base?How did the institute’s structure facilitate collaboration, and how have participants built upon this foundation to co create course materials?How might OER development be sustained through ongoing crises and constrained resources?

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How did participants engage with existing OERs, especially digital collections, as a shared knowledge base?

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How did the institute’s structure facilitate collaboration among members of the cohort, and how have participants built upon this foundation to co create course materials?

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How might OER development be sustained throughout ongoing crises and with constrained resources?

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ContactPerry Collins perrycollins@ufl.edu Hlne Huet hhuet@ufl.edu Laurie Taylor Laurien@ufl.edu https://nehcaribbean.domains.uflib.ufl.edu