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Wednesday, March 24 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Remote Access to Archives and Special Collections and the Sourcery Project

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With Clifford Lynch moderating, the panel will try to summarize and extend some very fruitful and provocative conversations about the Sourcery project and the broader issue of remote access to archives and special collections. This has enormous implications for resource allocation and service design, and also for research continuity.


Tom Scheinfeldt

Department Head & Assoc Prof, Digital Media and Design, University of Connecticut
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Dan Cohen

Vice Provost/Dean of the Library/Professor of History, Northeastern University

Barbara Rockenbach

University Librarian, Yale University
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Greg Colati

Director, Connecticut Digital Archive, University of Connecticut
Greg Colati is the Director of the Digital Preservation Repository Program at UConn, as well as the head of the Connecticut Digital Archive, a statewide preservation-oriented digital repository service for libraries, archives, museums, and memory institutions. Mr. Colati has more... Read More →

Wednesday March 24, 2021 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT