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Wednesday, October 29 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Snapshots - Group D

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Snapshots are 7-minute presentations meant to engage and energize the audience. Presenters are asked to give a dynamic overview of their topic in a quick timeframe, with up to 24 slides. Snapshot presentations are grouped together based on an over-arching theme or idea. There are four groups (A, B, C, and D) of snapshots at the 2014 DLF Forum.

Digital Projects and Undergraduate Education
Mark Dahl, Lewis & Clark College

At liberal arts colleges, digital projects led by faculty and facilitated by the library are an opportunity for students to engage in scholarly inquiry. In this snapshot session, I will give an overview of digital projects at liberal arts colleges including collections developed around faculty teaching and research interests, student-created collections and exhibits, and digital field scholarship. Drawing from cases at several colleges, I will discuss the role that the library can play in facilitating these types of projects.

Digital Archives Pilot Project: Fostering Interdepartmental Collaboration

Nicole Finzer, Northwestern University

This talk will give an overview of the Digital Archives Pilot Project and how the collaborative efforts were managed using scrum methodology at Northwestern University Library. The result of this agile work was a final report that stated the mandate and scope of the Digital Archives Pilot Project (DAPP), and how it can help to articulate the policy, criteria, and strategies for collection development, and to define technical and staffing for policy makers.

Recipes for Engagement: A Cookbook for Interactive Spaces

Jason Ronallo, North Carolina State University
Mike Nutt, North Carolina State University

Libraries have begun to embrace interactive digital spaces as platforms for new kinds of services. With the opening of the James B. Hunt Jr. Library, the NCSU Libraries has created several of these spaces with various affordances. One of our goals for these spaces is to foster a high level of engagement with the university community. We will speak about two ways we are thinking about engagement and show examples of them in practice. First, we have developed engaging, interactive, participatory applications. Second, we are engaging our community in the creation of new kinds of scholarly communication for public display.

Interactive Visualization: Video Walls for Collaborative Research and Discovery

Krista Graham, Georgia State University
Khyle Hannan, Georgia State University
Joseph Hurley, Georgia State University
Bryan Sinclair, Georgia State University

This snapshot will discuss large-scale video walls in libraries designed for collaboration that can change users' perspective and reframe and amplify digital content in shared physical spaces. Georgia State University Library's newly-opened CURVE: Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment features a 24-by-4.5-foot, high-resolution CURVE interactWall that expands student and faculty access to digital resources, data visualization, and more.



Mark Dahl

Director of the Watzek Library, Lewis & Clark College

Nicole Finzer

Digital Projects & Outreach Librarian, Northwestern University
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Krista Graham

Department Head, Digital Library Services, Georgia State University

Khyle Hannan

Georgia State University
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Joseph Hurley

Data Services and GIS Librarian, Georgia State University
Joe Hurley is a Data Services and GIS Librarian at Georgia State University Library. His research interests include historical GIS, urban renewal, demographic and built environment change and writes on urban change in Atlanta. He is the PI on the NEH funded Planning Atlanta: A New... Read More →
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Mike Nutt

Associate Head, Data & Visualization Services, Libraries, North Carolina State University Libraries
Mike Nutt is Associate Head of the Data & Visualization Services department at North Carolina State University Libraries in Raleigh. He is currently leading the service design effort for the Data Experience Lab, a data science and digital scholarship space that will open in the renovated... Read More →
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Jason Ronallo

Head, Digital Library Initiatives, NCSU Libraries
NCSU Libraries
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Bryan Sinclair

Associate Dean, University Library, Georgia State University
As Associate Dean for Public Services at Georgia State University Library, I provide leadership in multiple innovative service areas, including research support, campus outreach & instruction, research data services, access & media services, and student technology support.

Wednesday October 29, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am EDT
Conference A Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center

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