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16th Annual Digital Commonwealth Conference

June 14, 2022, 9:00 AM – 4:05 PM ET

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Conference Program

Keynote Addres(1:40–2:40 PM ET)
Appropriate is a Noun and a Verb: Coming to Terms with Access in Digital Environments

Dr. Tonia Sutherland, Assistant Professor, Department of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa

2022 Digital Commonwealth Repository Systems Update (1:10–1:40 PM ET)
We Have Liftoff!

Eben English, Digital Repository Services Manager, Boston Public Library


Local History at All Levels: Making Collections Relatable and Accessible
(9:20–10:35 AM ET)

Kim DeWall, Technical Services Librarian, Falmouth Public Library
Mahala NybergPublic Programs Coordinator, Historic Saranac Lake
Megan MacGregor, Instruction and Outreach Library, University of Southern Maine

Harnessing the Power of Academic Institutions for Change 
(11:00 AM–12:30 PM ET)

Giordana Mecagni, Head of Archives and Special Collections, Northeastern University
Kate McNally, Records Assistant & Manuscript Processor, Brandeis University
Emily Pfotenhauer, Digital Strategist and Grants Manager, WiLS

Visualizing Change: Stories of Community Activism in Digital Commonwealth Collections 
(12:00–12:30 PM ET)

Michelle LeBlanc, Director of Education, and Megan Nally, Public Engagement Coordinator, Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center

Responsible Metadata (3:00–4:00 PM ET)

Adrienne Pruitt, Collections Management Archivist, and Sari Mauro, Digital Collections Project Manager, Tufts University

Erin Grant, Director, Cataloging and Metadata Services, University of Washington, Cate Kellett, Catalog and Government Documents Librarian, Yale Law School, and Karl Pettitt, Coordinator of Cataloging and Metadata Services, University of Denver

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