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Saturday, August 8 • TBA
S08 - Building International Partnerships for Digitization and Preservation

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The UCLA Library has been working to create Open Access collections to international content through post-custodial partnerships for the past decade. We believe this approach to be a model for research libraries as it centers community grantees and collaborators and recognizes communities as owners of their heritage. Our mission is to expand access to primary sources while empowering communities to define what is most meaningful and important about their collections. This presentation draws together ethical, legal, cultural, and technological concerns to address the limitations and possibilities that inform approaches to openness.

Farb: Building International Partnerships for Digitization and Preservation
Deblinger: Building International Partnerships for Digitization and Preservation
Grappone: Building a multilingual website to showcase at risk international collections
Osorio: Working with Partners in Cuba and Africa and Middle East: Lessons Learned

Chair
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Sharon Farb

Associate University Librarian, UCLA
Sharon E. Farb is the Associate University Librarian and the chief policy strategist for the UCLA Library. She leads the units that enhance and unlock the Library's rare and unique materials and guides the Library's government relations and public policy efforts.

Speakers
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Todd Grappone

Associate University Librarian, UCLA
Todd Grappone is the AUL for Research and Development. In that role he oversees all IT and Digital Initiatives.
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Rachel Deblinger

Director, Modern Endangered Archive Program, UCLA
Rachel is a Holocaust Studies scholar and Director of the new, Arcadia-funded, Modern Endangered Archive Program that seeks to build capacity for digitizing and preserving at-risk cultural heritage around the world.
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Jennifer Osorio

Head of International Studies, UCLA
Jennifer Osorio is head of International Studies and the librarian for Latin American and Caribbean Studies. She has led several post-custodial international projects and addressed ethical and complex issues


Saturday August 8, 2020 TBA
On-Demand