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CaVraCon plenary 2011
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CaVraCon plenary 2011
CaVraCon plenary 2011
CaVraCon plenary 2011
CaVraCon plenary 2011
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CaVraCon plenary 2011

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  • 1. Visual Resources in the Digital Age Maureen Burns, VRA President moaburns@gmail.comhttp://imageminders.net/
  • 2.   International Association of Image Media Professionals  30th Anniversary in 2012  Affiliated with CAA, ARLIS/NA, SECAC, & soon SAH  Welcome Collaborators in Archives, Libraries, Museums, Vendors
  • 3.   Educational Opportunity  Develop Professionally  Networking  Brainstorming  Services  Advocacy
  • 4.   Slides to Digital  Physical to Virtual Spaces  Budget Cuts  Changing Job Market  Different Skill Sets  Declining Membership  Ubiquitous Images
  • 5.   Infrastructure   Services •  Human Expertise •  Curation •  Facilities •  Access •  Technologies •  Preservation  Content Acquisition •  Broad Range of Content •  Build Collections Collaboratively
  • 6. “Collaborative production,where people have tocoordinate with oneanother to get anythingdone, is considerablyharder than simple sharing,but the results can be moreprofound.”“We, collectively, aren’t justthe source of the[cognitive] surplus; we arealso the people designingits use, by our participationand by the things weexpect of one another aswe wrestle together withour new connectedness.”
  • 7.   Content Curators, Producers, & Disseminators  Systems Builders  IP Rights Advisors  Guides, Facilitators, & Instructional Partners  Observers  Collaborators  Organizational Experimenters
  • 8.   IncreaseUsers Awareness of New Services   Track Usage   Communicate to Administration   VRA White Paperhttp://www.vraweb.org/resources/general/vra_white_paper.pdf
  • 9.   Keep Pace with Current Trends to Anticipate Educational Needs & Be Proactive  Experiment, Adjust, & Learn from Experience  Reach Out to Partners & Build Functional Working Relationships  Physical & Virtual Knowledge Sharing, Communication, & Collaboration  Joint Problem Solving & Future Planning
  • 10.   ACRL 2010 Top Trends in Academic Libraries http://crln.acrl.org/content/71/6/286.short  ACRL Visual Literacy Competency Standards http://acrlvislitstandards.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/ acrlirig_vlstandards_draft_201102096.pdf  ARL New Roles for New Times: Digital Curation for Preservation. http://www.arl.org/bm~doc/nrnt_digital_ curation17mar11.pdf  Educause, Horizon Report 2011 http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/HR2011.pdf
  • 11. By Peter Brantley“The success of libraries is not to be counted by the number of books, either digital or paper, held by libraries or the number of pretty pictures that libraries can put online. Libraries are successful to the extent that they can bridge communities and can leverage the diversity of the quest, the research, and the discovery. . . . They will become the architects of collaboration.”
  • 12.   John Trendler (SoCal Chair)  Karen Kessel (NoCal Chair)  Jackie Spafford (host)  Christine Fristsch- Hammes (host)  Greg Reser  Ryan Brubacher

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