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American Folklore Society Annual Meeting Presentations
Douglas R. Hofstadter
Regeneration in Digital Contexts: Early Black Film
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Hypershelf: A Multidimensional Browser for Exploring Content Across the Library (1:00:18)
Allen, Colin; Murdock, Jaimie
Research libraries continue to reinvent themselves in the face of increasing demand from users for digitized texts. As physical books move from stacks to deep storage, many researchers lament the r...
From Folk Cookery to Foodways (1:20:04)
IUScholarWorks Journal Service: A Panel Discussion Moderated by Jason Baird Jackson, IU Associate... (1:02:06)
Baird, Jason; Laherty, Jennifer; Halliday, Jim
The IUScholarWorks Journal Service is an open access publishing option for IU scholars who desire local control over their journals. Editors from four IUScholarWorks journals will discuss their exp...
Bibliography's Place in Modern Humanities Research: A Case Study from The Chymistry of Isaac Newt... (50:44)
Beck Sayre, Meridith
Over the course of the 20th century, scholars took up categories of knowledge constructed through classification work done in the library and archive, but methods of analytical bibliography were ne...
Is Scalable Digital Preservation Possible? (59:59)
Conversation With Ruth Behar (1:47:55)
Conversation With Dan Ben-Amos (1:55:23)
Sustainability through Chronicling Folklore History (1:19:25)
Ben-Amos, Dan; Bronner, Simon J. ; Buccitelli, Anthony
The Wikipedia GLAM Project: It's Really Not About Fashion (51:40)
Contrary to what its name might suggest GLAM, which is a fairly new wikiproject on Wikipedia, stands for Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums. The goal of the project is to improve Wikipedia'...
Update on the IU Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative (MDPI) (1:02:04)
Bobay, Julie; Dunn, Jon; Johnson, Brenda
Learn what's happening with this project to digitize rare and unique time-based media holdings in collections throughout the university.
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