This is a training session focusing on discussions of the ethical, legal, and practical challenges of digitizing collections
Digitization is creating new paths for preserving and presenting information, but brings an array of legal and practical challenges.
To help our members navigate these challenges and bring their projects to life, WNYLRC invites you to this presentation by three "in the trenches" professionals, who will cover:
The presentation and discussion will address issues related to digitizing photos, recordings, newspapers, yearbooks, and other legacy items. Attendees should leave with a thorough grounding of the essential considerations--and practical solutions--for taking a digitization project from concept to reality."
Stephanie (nickname: Cole) Adams is an attorney advising libraries, creative professionals, civic organizations, and higher education institutions. Cole first developed a deep connection to libraries working as a page, then clerk, at her hometown library in New Hartford, NY. Ms. Adams went on to work at the libraries of her Alma Maters, Hampshire College, and SUNY Buffalo School of Law. She served for over 10 years as the in-house counsel at Niagara University, in Niagara Falls, NY, leaving recently to start The Law Office of Stephanie Adams, PLLC, in Buffalo. An attorney admitted to practice in both the state and federal courts of New York, Ms. Adams has extensive experience with the legal and operational issues confronting information professionals (and you may be familiar with her work...Cole works staffs the WNYLRC's "Ask the Lawyer" service).
Tre Berney is the Director of Digitization and Conservation Services at Cornell University Library, overseeing the Digital Media Group and the Conservation Lab. He designed and created Cornell’s AV Digitization Lab and is helping develop and refine preservation and access workflows and policy for digital content across the library. I have an extensive background in audiovisual production, digitization, and preservation. I’ve worked on production, post, and reformatting and preservation projects for cable television clients (Discovery, A&E, Biography, The History Channel), The Smithsonian Institution, The Howard Baker Center on Public Policy, the University of Memphis, and others. Tre holds a BSC in Journalism and Electronic Media from the University of Tennessee.
Amy Vanderlyke Dygert is Director of Copyright Services at Cornell University. She handles contracts and license agreements for digital resources, repositories, and various user services. She also works with faculty, staff, and students on issues including fair use, open access, author rights, publishing contracts, licensing, privacy, donor relations, and other areas of intellectual property. She has a B.A. in journalism from SUNY Oswego, M.A. in magazine, newspaper, and online journalism, M.S. in new media, M.S. in instructional design, development, and evaluation, and a J.D., all from Syracuse University.
INTERSECT is not your grandmother's library conference!
This brand new regional gathering of library and information professionals will be taking place at the Hilton Garden Inn, Buffalo, NY on Friday, October 5, 2018.
The purpose of INTERSECT is to facilitate a culture of co-learning among librarians and other interested professionals in the region by bringing people together to network and share ideas in an interactive, engaging, informal setting where participants determine the content.
INTERSECT: Where People and Ideas Meet!
Program and session descriptions can be viewed here: https://wnylrc.org/uploads/documents/committees/ce/INTERSECT_program.pdf
Activities, including workshops and tours, will be held during lunch time.
Early bird registration will be available to everyone until August 15th, after which the registration price will increase to $40 for WNYLRC members and $50 for non-members.
Please fill out our form on preferred sessions, lunch activities, and your meal selection once you've registered: https://wnylrc.wufoo.com/forms/q1yutqd11vjaht8/
Spaces for each session and lunch activities are limited -- so sign up soon!
If you need disability accommodations, please email Caitlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is $5/day valet parking only for guests of our Unconference at the Hilton Garden Inn.
We have a block of rooms reserved with a special conference rate at the Hilton Garden Inn available on a first come, first serve basis if you wish to stay overnight. You can book online at buffalodowntown.hgi.com with the booking code: WNYLR. You can also call Hilton Garden Inn at either 1-855-446-1178 or 716-848-1000 and inform the agent that helps you of the dates that you wish to book and the special code (WNYLR).