Participants’ Presentations, Publications, and Collaborative Projects

 

Select presentations, publications, and microgrants created about/through Authenticity Project

Presentations by current or former participants

Moore, Aletha, Sandra Phoenix, Monika Rhue, Holly Smith, and Christine Wiseman. “Building Digital Capacity in HBCU Libraries through Collaboration.” Paper presented at Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, August 4, 2019, Austin, TX. Panel.

Donahue, Raquel. “Lightning Talk from a 2019 Cohort Fellow on the Authenticity Project Fellowship.” Texas Conference on Digital Libraries, May 22, 2019, Austin, TX.Donahue,

Donahue, Raquel K. W., Raeshawn McGuffie, Catherine Aster, Melissa Wisner, and Joshua Hogan. “The DLF and HBCU LA Authenticity Project: A Personal and Professional Review.” DLF Forum, 15 October 2020, Tampa Marriott Water Street, Tampa, FL. Panel presentation. doi:10.17605/OSF.IO/SA94N.

Donahue, Raquel K. W. “Building Bridges: Increasing Collaboration Between MSI & PWI Library Professionals.” Trending, 16 January 2020, Stanford University Libraries. Remote presentation. doi:10.17605/OSF.IO/C9SXU

Collaborative Projects

Funds are made available to Fellows on a collaborative basis, for partnerships and projects they may wish to apply to undertake in small groups. These project grants offer an opportunity for Fellows to dream up, compellingly describe, and undertake projects of strategic value together. Fellows may propose projects related to the development or adaptation/use of digital library software, workflows, materials, trainings, and best practices, or which convene relevant conversations and generate new knowledge or shared understandings.

Projects coming soon!