Linking our Past to our Future: Visualization and Libraries

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  • Linking our Past to our Future: Visualization and Libraries

    1. 1. Linking our Past to our Future: Visualization and Libraries BRANDI COPHER PROJECT CHART BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY – BROOKLYN COLLECTION LIS 698 Practicum December 11, 2012
    2. 2. Introduction•PROJECT CHART •INSPIRATION•CONNECTION TO LIBRARIES •FUTURE
    3. 3. Project CHART• Brooklyn Collection• IMLS Grant funded collaborative digitization project• Educational Fellowship for archivists• Partners with Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn Museum and Pratt SILS
    4. 4. Brooklyn Collection Scanning Daily Eagle 1841-1955 Master TIFFS and Derivative JPEGS Embedding Metadata Uploading via Millenium
    5. 5. The MorgueWork Area Storage
    6. 6. Inspiration
    7. 7. Inspiration
    8. 8. Inspiration
    9. 9. Inspiration
    10. 10. Present Day
    11. 11. Community •RELEVANCE•HOW TO SHAREINFORMATION
    12. 12. Brooklyn Visual HeritageWeb showcase for Project CHARTResources for BrooklynCollectionsAwareness
    13. 13. History PinSolution?Community InvolvementDevelopmentFolksonomiesAwareness
    14. 14. Other Players NYPL’s Map Warper University of North Carolina’s Historic Map Overlays Project Move beyond first step of Discovery Visualizing history Hurricane Sandy
    15. 15. FutureResearch QuestionsCreate and access finding aidsMarketing
    16. 16. Contact www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org/brooklyncoll ection www.brooklynvisualheritage.org www.historypin.org

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