Representation Matters: Diversity and  Inclusion in Archival and Digital Collections - ID: three separate images, all black and white, top image contains four women in medical uniforms and a child, middle image is of a Jewish synagogue, bottom image is of four men in matching uniforms
Start: May 19, 2022 12 p.m.
End: May 19, 2022 1 p.m.
Location: Virtual Event
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Contact Details

Michael Szajewski
765-285-3357

Ball State University Libraries is excited to announce the launch of the Virtual Lunch and Learn Series. Join us at noon on the third Thursday of every month, for a brief online program highlighting University Libraries’ activities to advance student, faculty, and community success.

Programs are free and open to the public.

The Digital Media Repository (DMR), developed by Ball State University Libraries, is an online, open access repository for discovering and preserving cultural heritage and local history. University Libraries collaborates with faculty, students, and community organizations to include and represent diverse voices and experiences. Attendees will learn more about the DMR and the value of representation in archival collecting and digital collection-building.

Presenters:
Sarah Allison, Head of Archives User Engagement 
Jim Bradley, Head of Metadata and Digital Initiatives