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Event honoring Kathryn Hammond Baker

2016-06-02 8:59 AM | Michelle Romero

Please excuse the cross-postings. New England Archivists would like to make our members aware of an opportunity to attend an event at Harvard University's Countway Library honoring Kathryn Hammond Baker. All are welcome to attend:

Kathryn Hammond Baker Memorial and Strategic Conversation with Ixchel Faniel
Thursday, June 9 | 1:00–4:00 pm

Countway Library, Lahey Room
Longwood Medical Area
10 Shattuck Street | Boston, MA 02115


1:00–2:00 pm | Kathryn Hammond Baker Memorial

Please join fellow friends and colleagues as we remember Kathryn.

2:30–4:00 pm | Improving Support for Researchers: How Data Reuse Can Inform Data Curation
In this talk, Ixchel Faniel from OCLC will discuss data reuse practices within academic communities as a means to inform data curation. Knowledge of data reuse and curation processes can shape the activities and services of researchers, librarians, and other information professionals in order to enhance data reuse and accelerate research discoveries. Refreshments will be served from 2:00 to 2:30 pm.

Strategic Conversations at Harvard Library are funded through the generosity of The Bradley M. and Terrie F. Bloom Family Fund.

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