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PhillyDH@Penn Lightning Round

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PhillyDH@Penn Lightning Round

  1. 1. lightning roundphillyDH@pennjune 4, 2013
  2. 2. dot porterhttp://mesa.performantsoftware.com/
  3. 3. adeline kohhttp://dhpoco.org/
  4. 4. mary markockerbloom
  5. 5. Mary Mark OckerbloomWikipedian In Residence, May-June 2013www.chemheritage.orgChemical Heritage Foundation is a library,museum and archive. Their goal is tocollect, use, and share the history ofscience and technology, especiallychemistry and molecular science.The mission of the WikimediaFoundation is … to collect anddevelop educational content … andto disseminate it effectively andglobally.
  6. 6. A Wikipedia Edit-a-thonJune 20, 2013, 12.00-3.00http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:GLAM/Chemical_Heritage_FoundationChemical Heritage Foundation315 Chestnut Street,Philadelphia12:00-1.00 Visitors Tour1.00-1.20 Orientation1.20-3.00 Editing3.00-4.00 Optional (Museum)Register to attend in person, orjoin us on twitter at #GlamCHF
  7. 7. frank l chance
  8. 8. Korean Art:A Comparative HistoryFrank L. ChanceUniversity of Pennsylvania
  9. 9. • ContemplativeBodhisattva (NT#83), Silla orPaekche, 7C• Miroku Bosatsu(Maitreya asBodhisattva),Kōryūji, Japan,7C
  10. 10. • Chŏn Chunho (JeonJoonho, b. 1969)Pensive Bodhisattva,2008-2009Zelkowa wood
  11. 11. Theory of Comparison
  12. 12. silvia stoyanova
  13. 13. john markockerbloom
  14. 14. Invitations to your libraryFrom Wikipedia and other digitallibraries and websitesJohn Mark OckerbloomUniversity of Pennsylvania LibrariesPhillyDH@Penn – June 4, 2013
  15. 15. They may start at the usual places…6/5/2013 John Mark Ockerbloom
  16. 16. …but their library has what they want6/5/2013 John Mark Ockerbloom
  17. 17. They can go to their local library6/5/2013 John Mark Ockerbloom
  18. 18. …or any of hundreds of others6/5/2013 John Mark Ockerbloom
  19. 19. Other sites can invite them too6/5/2013 John Mark Ockerbloom
  20. 20. You can sign up your library6/5/2013 John Mark Ockerbloom
  21. 21. Add invitations to Wikipedia pages6/5/2013 John Mark Ockerbloom
  22. 22. Check out code and data6/5/2013 John Mark Ockerbloom
  23. 23. Forward to Libraries• Now available from Wikipedia, The OnlineBooks Page• Possibly available from other sites too…• Find out more:– My blog: Everybodyslibraries.com– My email: ockerblo@pobox.upenn.edu6/5/2013 John Mark Ockerbloomby John Mark Ockerbloom, Penn Libraries
  24. 24. faye anderson
  25. 25. All That Philly Jazz
  26. 26. http://PhillyJazz.usTwitter.com/PhillyJazzAppFacebook.com/AllThatPhillyJazz
  27. 27. rebecca stuhrhttp://guides.library.upenn.edu/open_access_images
  28. 28. james moss
  29. 29. Student Curated Virtual ExhibitsJim MossUniversity of Pennsylvania Museumof Archaeology and Anthropology
  30. 30. EngageInspireCreate
  31. 31. mitch fraas
  32. 32. benjamin fleming
  33. 33. Digitizing Endangered Manuscriptsin Comilla, BangladeshBenjamin J. Fleming
  34. 34. 6,000 paper and palm leaf manuscriptsat the Ramamālā Library
  35. 35. One of the three main rooms of theRamamālā library• paneless windows• leaky roof• locks need repair• librarian is ancient
  36. 36. jeffrey witthttp://jeffreycwitt.com/posts/postentry.php?flag=40http://www.petrusplaoul.org/text/textdisplay.php?fs=prollecture1
  37. 37. steve tinneyhttp://oracc.museum.upenn.edu/
  38. 38. thanks!phillyDH@pennjune 4, 2013

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