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2022 Event Recordings

July 13, 2022
Franco American Digital Archives/Portail franco-américain: Centering Franco-American Communities in Digital Discovery
Jacob Albert and Susan Pinette (University of Maine)
Presentation Recording
Q&A Recording
Slides


May 4, 2022
Facilitating Discovery: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Sacramental and Cemetery Records"
Violet Hurst and Thomas Lester (Archdiocese of Boston Archive & Library)
Molly Rogers (American Ancestors/New England Historic Genealogical Society)

Presentation Recording

Q&A Recording

April 11, 2022
From Land Acknowledgement to Partnership: The Making of "Pakachoag: Where the River Bends"
Thomas Doughton (The College of the Holy Cross)
Colin Novick (Greater Worcester Land Trust)
The recording of this event is available on request. Contact membership@digitalcommonwealth.org
. The documentary film "Pakachoag: Where the River Bends" can be viewed here.

March 16, 2022
Can We Be Done Yet?: Trials and Tribulations of Merging Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory Archives

Jenée Force, Ashley Gray, and Brendan Higgins (Berklee College of Music)
Presentation Recording

Q&A Recording

February 9, 2022
User Perspectives on Digitizing Collections with Digital Commonwealth
Sharon Hawkes (Milford Town Library)

Arthur Carlson (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
Anne Berard (Milford Town Library)

Presentation Recording

Q&A Recording


2021 Event Recordings

October 29
Francesca Giannetti, Rutgers University, NJ
"In An Alien Land: Finding Solace from Librarian-Led Digital Humanities Pedagogy in a Pandemic" - Event Recording

"In An Alien Land: Finding Solace from Librarian-Led Digital Humanities Pedagogy in a Pandemic" - Slides

October 20

Troy Smith, North Shore Community College, Danvers, MA

Building Bridges of Inclusion

September 23

Kevin Dua and Dr. Jon M. Wargo, Boston College

Teaching Black and LGBTQ+ Inclusive Histories with Primary Sources - Event Recording

"Reclaiming John Brown", Kevin Dua - Slides

"From Picturebooks to Primary Sources: Cultivating Historical Inquiry through Children’s Literature and the Digital Commonwealth", Dr. Jon M. Wargo - Slides


May 18

Anke Voss and Jessie Hopper, Concord Public Library

"Should it stay, or should it go?", Presentation

"Should it stay, or should it go?", Q&A


March 9

MA Appeals Court Judge Peter Agnes (ret.)

"Sacco-Vanzetti: The impact on art and literature" - Part A

"Sacco-Vanzetti: The impact on art and literature" - Part B

"Sacco-Vanzetti: The impact on art and literature" - Slides

February 17

MA Appeals Court Judge Peter Agnes (ret.)

"Sacco-Vanzetti: The case that will not die" - Part A

"Sacco-Vanzetti: The case that will not die" - Part B

"Sacco-Vanzetti: The case that will not die" - Slides

January 21

Jonathan Manton

"Can I listen to that online? Expanding access to Oral History of American Music at Yale University Library"


2020 Event Recordings

October 8

Matt Amory and Lenora Robinson

Introduction to Omeka


December 9

Sam Muir

"Provenance Research: Case Studies from the Van Otterloo Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts"





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