Keys to Sustainable Digital Collaboratives
Liz Bishoff will expand her Texas Library Journal article by providing specific strategies and examples for developing initial and on-going work and business plans, as well as guidance on negotiating the complex process of continuing funding and energy. Learn how to make digital collaboratives an effective means of increasing user access to critical information.
Liz Bishoff is BCR’s director of Digital & Preservation Services. She works with librarians, archivists, museum professionals and other cultural heritage staff to identify, plan and incorporate digital content into their programs and services. Liz brings to BCR extensive experience in developing collaborative digital programs, assessment of digital initiatives, digital preservation readiness assessment and development of innovative digital programs. Much of the work that Liz has done has been undertaken in multi-cultural heritage community, facilitating newly emerging digital groups. Liz has her MLS from Dominican University and has completed graduate work in public administration from Roosevelt University.
Who Should Attend
This is a free presentation given as part of BCR's Free Friday Forum series. Anyone is welcome to attend. Space is limited, so make sure to register early.
Sites & Dates
Free Friday Forum
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
All times listed are in Mountain Time.
BCR members -- Free
Nonmembers -- Free
Please Note: Registration is handled by Texas Library Association: https://secure.txla.org/secure/forms/mtgLogin.asp
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