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The Digital Library Brown Bag Series began in 2003, and continues to cultivate interest from both IU and beyond. The Series originated with a focus on digital libraries – standards, tools, and trends in the field – but has since expanded to include all areas and topics relevant to digital scholarship, including digital humanities and open access publishing. Brown Bag presentations focus on local practices and emerging trends, and are intended to encourage participation in digital library and digital research projects and initiatives.

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Remote Access to the Brown Bag
Brown Bag presentations are broadcast live via Zoom. Go to https://IU.zoom.us/j/890205369 to view and listen to each presentation.
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Archives
You can access the archive of past presentations in IUScholarWorks.

Spring 2020 Digital Library Brown Bag Series

January 29, 2020, 12:00pm, Hazelbaker Hall (Wells Library E159)
Making History in the Midwest: A Tale of Two History Harvests
Michelle Moyd, Department of History
Kalani Craig, Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities; Department of History

February 12, 2020, 12:00pm, Hazelbaker Hall (Wells Library E159)
Bridging the Generation Gap: Changes to IU Archives Description and Discovery
Juliet L. Hardesty, Digital Collections Services
Adam Crandell, Library Technologies

February 19, 2020, 12:00pm, Hazelbaker Hall (Wells Library E159)
SecureMyResearch: Security for Research Productivity
Von Welch and Anurag Shankar, Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research

March 4, 2020, 12:00pm, Hazelbaker Hall (Wells Library E159)
The Digitization of the IU Bicentennial Student Newspapers
Michelle Dalmau, Digital Collections Services; Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities
Jennifer Watkins, IU Bicentennial Newspapers Project

March 25, 2020, 12:00pm, Hazelbaker Hall (Wells Library E159)
The Open Access Policy in Action: Automating Author’s Rights
Jenny Hoops and Margaret McLaughlin, Scholarly Communication

April 15, 2020, 12:00pm, Hazelbaker Hall (Wells Library E159)
Digital Mapping as a Final Project: Faculty-Library Partnerships in Building Student Assessments
Ke-Chin Hsia, Department of History
Theresa Quill, Government Information, Maps and Microform Services
Carrie Schwier, University Archives
Vanessa Elias, Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities