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Hofstadter, Douglas R.
Digital Library Brown Bag Series
American Folklore Society Annual Meeting Presentations
Douglas R. Hofstadter
Regeneration in Digital Contexts: Early Black Film
Patten Lecture Series
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(Re)Writing "Thomas the Rhymer": A Fantasy Writer Finds Truth (and a Fool-Proof Plot) in Folklore (53:12)
2017-03 (Creation date: 2016-10)
[Untitled]: How to lose your metadata and keep your search results (56:00)
It is an interesting time in the libraries for metadata. We have a lot of things described and described well, but is it feasible to keep all of that description in a useful way moving forward? And...
A Collaboration of 3-D Modeling and Automated Box Manufacture for Library Special Collections Enc... (29:11)
The manufacture of protective enclosures is part of routine work in many libraries and museums. This presentation summarizes a novel collaboration of 3-D scanning and modeling technology provided b...
A Conversation with Barre Toelken and William A. (Bert) Wilson (1:39:54)
Toelken, Barre ; Wilson, William A. ; Lloyd, Barbara
A Conversation with John Szwed (1:56:42)
Szwed, John; Baron, Robert; Cara, Ana
Here, AFS continues the custom of including a public interview with a senior member of our field at the annual meeting. In this session, Robert Baron and Ana Cara will interview John Szwed, profess...
A Conversation with Roger Welsch (1:07:34)
A Digital Library Program Show and Tell: Most recent and upcoming! (59:49)
Porter, Dot; Dunn, Jon
It has been a busy year thus far in the Digital Library Program, and we'd like to take the first Brown Bag of Fall 2011 to tell you a bit about what we have been working on. We will give a brief ov...
A Life in Song (1:39:15)
Américo Parades, Ballad Scholarship, and Cultural Studies (1:24:30)
An Inside Look At Managing MDPI Digitization (58:31)
Casey, Michael; Dapuzzo, Andrew
Audiovisual archivists agree that media holdings must be transferred to the digital domain as soon as possible in order to survive. Because this work requires significant resources, it must be cond...
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