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Welcome to the Staff Development and Training Program

Our vision for the Libraries training program is to establish an inclusive and innovative training program that emphasizes employee connection and development.

 

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September 2019
9/10/2019
9/11/2019
9/11/2019
Course Reserves/ARES - will be rescheduled
9/17/2019
9/18/2019
9/18/2019
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October 2019
10/3/2019
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10/15/2019
Digital Partnerships Training Series: Masterclass: Grants and Fellowships Speakeasy
10/17/2019
10/22/2019
10/23/2019
10/24/2019
10/30/2019
November  2019
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From Safe Spaces to Brave Spaces - ARL Academy
December 2019
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Work Out, Work Better – UF Wellness

Tuesday, September 10, 2019, 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Marston Science Library Room 136

 

Sore neck, shoulders, back, or other muscles? Whether you sit or stand for most of the day, you probably suffer from a not-so-ergonomically-friendly work environment. Find out which muscles to strengthen, which muscles to stretch, and how to maintain a proper posture to help you work comfortably and work better.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Preserving and Archiving of Digital Media – NISO

Wednesday, September 11, 2019, 1:00 PM–2:30 PM, ILF Conference Room

 

Libraries have long collected audio and video content in varying formats housing those materials in special archives and collections. However, unlike the static documents that have been digitized for purposes of enabling Web access by users, some collections of audio and video content may not have received the appropriate attention and resources that ensure long-term preservation. This session will look at a variety of such collections and associated archiving initiatives focused on what is an increasingly at-risk set of materials.

 

Presenters: Kira M. Sobers, Digital Media Coordinator, Smithsonian Institution Archives; Clifford B. Anderson, Associate University Librarian for Research and Learning, Vanderbilt University; Edward M. Corrado, Associate University Librarian, Naval Postgraduate School

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Course Reserves/ARES

Wednesday, September 11, 2019, 3:00 PM–4:00 PM, Library West Room 211 - will be rescheduled

 

This class is designed to orient beginning users in the functions of the Ares desktop client, the software used to organize and make available course reserve materials at the University of Florida. Attendees will learn:

  • How to locate titles and classes on reserve in Ares
  • How to determine the status of materials requested for course reserve
  • How to assist patrons accessing course reserves

Attendees should notify Paul McDonough at pmcd@ufl.edu before the day of the class, so that he can set up user accounts for the attendees.

 

Presenter: Paul McDonough is the coordinator for the Course Reserves & Interlibrary Loan units. He has an MLIS degree from FSU, and a BA in Women’s Studies from UF. Paul is working on a second Master’s in Women’s Studies when time permits.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Lightning Talks: Exploring Recent Collaborative Grant Projects in the Libraries

Tuesday, September 17, 2019, 10:00 AM–12:00 PM, Marston Science Library Room 136

 

Join your colleagues in the Libraries to learn about their awarded grant projects.

 

Presenters will have 5 minutes to introduce their project goals, to discuss their team's results so far, and to share a few things they learned while executing their project plans. You'll have a chance to ask questions and also learn about upcoming grant deadlines that may be of interest.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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What is next for FADGI and Still Image Digitization? - LYRASIS

Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 2:00 PM–3:00 PM, ILF Conference Room

 

Don Williams giving an overview of the new (2015) Federal Agency Digitization Guidelines Initiative (FADGI) Draft Guidelines, and a look ahead to future metrics. Jim Studnicki will show an example of using the FADGI metrics while photographing 3D objects, and end the session with some lessons learned while implementing the guidelines on real cultural heritage digitization projects.

 

Presenters:

Don Williams, President, Image Science Associates Don Williams has worked as a research imaging scientist at Eastman Kodak in digital imaging since its infancy over 35 years ago. His efforts in the field have concentrated on metrology, image fidelity, quality control, and imaging performance standardization issues especially as they relate to practical workflow adoption. He sits on international standards committees and is fully immersed and involved in the digital image archiving community, frequently contributing to the Federal Agencies Digitization Guidelines Initiative and sits on the Still Image Working Group advisory board. Don has a Bachelor's and a Master’s degree in Imaging Science from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Jim Studnicki, President, Creekside Digital Jim Studnicki is the founder and President of Creekside Digital. Since its founding in 2006, Creekside Digital has focused on providing top-quality, standards-compliant digitization of microfilm, books, newspapers, photographs, artwork, and objects using the most advanced technology available, as well as the development of related software applications for cultural heritage institutions. For the past six years, Creekside Digital has been one of the primary vendors LYRASIS has engaged to provide still imaging services for the LYRASIS Digitization Collaborative. Prior to founding Creekside Digital, Jim worked in the enterprise software industry for over a decade in various capacities—as a developer, implementation consultant, and finally in a technical presales role. He is an open source and open access advocate and holds an M.S. in Information Systems from the University of South Florida in Tampa.

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Designing for Human Behavior - LLAMA

Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 2:30 PM–4:00 PM, Smathers Library Conference Room

 

Creating contemporary library spaces that work with natural instincts and human behavior can sound intimidating. What are natural human behaviors? What do people seek out in spaces, and what makes them appealing to our senses? And how can we design our library spaces with these things in mind?

 

This webinar will provide a basic understanding of the natural human behaviors and instincts that drive our everyday lives, such as the desire to be in a secure environment and the need to have vision of your surroundings. You will learn how you can design your library space to promote comfort and security within the details – everything from the pitch of the seat and the ability to maintain your personal bubble, to the sightlines promoting comfort for our human instincts that trigger our internal fight or flight. Furniture that works well in library spaces has proven time and time again to put our instinctual fears at ease and allow us to spend those hours tucked away in the comfy chair reading a novel or at a computer completing a task. Now, it’s time to understand why this happens and how to better design our libraries with these things in mind.

 

Presenter: Joe S. Agati is a formally trained industrial designer. By observing what he calls “key user insights,” he has been able to develop products that positively impact people’s lives. In 2012, he joined Agati Furniture as Director of Design. Agati Furniture has a history as innovators in the public space furniture industry. Joe S. has lead Agati’s product development with new innovative products which directly result from observing people’s behavior in public spaces and identifying ways to improve their experience. He is a longtime active member of LLAMA's Buildings and Equipment Community of Practice.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Research Libraries in 2030 - ARL Academy

Thursday, September 19, 2019, 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Marston Science Library Room 136

 

Torsten Reimer, head of research services, British Library, will engage participants in a discussion regarding the purpose of research libraries—the scholarly knowledge environment—in 2030 and which future services libraries may offer. This session provides a seque to the discussions planned for the ARL-CNI Fall Forum with the theme, Research Libraries as Catalytic Leaders in a Society in Constant Flux.

 

The purpose of a (research) library is to facilitate knowledge creation. While this mission has remained unchanged throughout the centuries, the way libraries deliver it has constantly evolved. Over the last decades, this evolution has accelerated so much that it arguably constitutes a revolution. Before the Internet, a library was defined as a building that provided access to print content. Now you can envisage a library service that operates completely online and does not own any content as such, be it print or digital. Arguably, for unaffiliated researchers the Internet, as discovered through Google, already constitutes such a library service and therefore a challenge for our identity and possibly even existence. If you fast-forward current developments, such as the open science agenda, and add emerging ones, such as artificial intelligence, this challenge will only become stronger. Along with other sectors, libraries respond to changes in user needs and behaviours by moving from a content (collections) paradigm to a service-based one.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Metadata Series: Schemas - Cross-walking

Wednesday, September 25, 2019, 10:30 AM–12:00 PM, Marston Science Library Room 136

 

Schemas can be daunting when you see all of the documentation. This session demystifies the use of schemas by walking attendees through the cross-walking process from MARC to Dublin Core, Dublin Core to METS using the MARC record of “French Fries” from Introduction to Cataloging, the last session of this Metadata Series, as the starting point.

 

Objectives:

  • Provide an overview of Schemas
  • Explain the basic factors that affect cross-walking tasks between schemes
  • Introduce discipline-specific schema VRA Core and Darwin Core

 

Presenter: Xiaoli Ma, Metadata Librarian

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Publishing for Tenure and Promotion - FLW

Thursday, September 26, 2019, 2:00 PM–3:00 PM, Library West Room 212

 

Each university has its own requirements for tenure and promotion. However, publishing is a common requirement at most institutions. In this informative program, you will learn about different avenues for publishing including within librarianship and outside of librarianship.


The presenter will also share publishing trends that have implications for tenure and promotion. At the conclusion of the webinar, attendees will have developed ideas for how they can start publishing in order to achieve tenure and rank advancement.

 

Learning Outcomes for this program include:
• Discovering different avenues for getting their work published
• Developing a strategy for getting published in the near future

 

Presenter: Lauren Hays is the Instructional and Research Librarian at MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe, KS. Currently, she is in a doctoral program and expects to graduate in May 2018. Additionally, she is co-editing a book on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) for academic librarians. She is passionate about teaching and learning and desires to help librarians develop in their instructor/facilitator skills. More specifically, her professional interests include teaching, SoTL, information literacy, educational technology, Library and Information Science education, teacher identity, and faculty development. On a personal note, she loves dogs, traveling, and home.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Metadata Series: Don't forget the Metadata!: Preparing for grants and other digital projects

Thursday, October 3, 2019, 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Library West Room 212

 

Do you want to digitize something? Are you planning an exhibition that has a digital component? Are you interested in seeking SOP or other grant funds to do it? Do you know who to talk to? What questions should you ask? And, most importantly, what about the metadata?!? Come talk about the steps involved in planning a digital project for a grant proposal, an exhibition, or a DH project, with an emphasis on Metadata questions. Bring your ideas and questions. This one hour program is part of the Metadata Training series.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Digital Partnerships Training Series: Partnership Management & Project Portfolio Management

Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 1:30 PM–2:30 PM, Library West Room 212

 

In the digital age, we need appropriate socio-technical approaches, tools, and methods for maintainability, sustainability, integration, and for maturing our work activities. Collaboration and partnerships are core to this work; yet, we need more supports for successful implementation and operations. While partnerships are essential to meet today’s challenges, creating and maintaining partnerships require new work activities and management processes that are best supported through project portfolio management, which includes managing projects, programs, programmatic activities, and partnerships.

 

In this session, we will review definitions and principles for partnership management and project portfolio management. We will review specific examples of digital partnerships at UF, and specific resources for partnerships and collaborative work. This is the first session in the Digital Partnerships Training Series. The training series is informed by ongoing work with research libraries with digital scholarship serving as a nexus point for research libraries as provider, partner, and pioneer.

 

At the conclusion of this one-hour session, participants will:

  • Be able to define partnership management and project portfolio management.
  • Be able to identify examples of governance models to support partnerships.
  • Be able to share examples of document/resource types for defining and managing partnerships within project portfolio management.
  • Be able to describe how equity relates to partnerships and partnership management.

Presenter: Laurie Taylor is Chair of the Digital Partnerships & Strategies Department in UF’s Libraries, where she provides leadership for partnerships with the Libraries across the university, regionally, nationally, and internationally. She works closely with colleagues to create and sustain supports for collaborations for building collections, community, and capacity, including for the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) and LibraryPress@UF. Her work is geared towards enabling a culture of radical collaboration that values and supports diversity, equity, and inclusion.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Digital Partnerships Training Series: Masterclass: Grants and Fellowships Speakeasy

Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 10:00 AM–11:00 AM, Library West Room 212

 

This experimental masterclass will answer the question: Can we create a sense of community for those actively seeking grants and fellowships? We plan to explore topics of grants and fellowships often hidden from public view. Those who are engaged in the pursuit of grant funding are often disconnected from others who travel the same journeys but lack a safe place to share their experiences or ask questions. After 30 years of working in this field, the discussion facilitator will lead conversations aimed at exposing challenges, strategies, confusions, best practices, interpretations, stories of partnerships, successes, failures and everything in the middle. If successful, these masterclasses will continue to be convened throughout the Fall of 2019 and Spring of 2020.

 

Who should attend:

Anyone who wants to learn more about seeking grants and fellowships, especially those:

  • who have applied and have been successful;
  • who have applied and have been declined;
  • planning a proposal;
  • curious about a specific funding opportunity; and,
  • just getting started.

 

This masterclass emerges from the Smathers Libraries Grants Management Program and the Digital Partnerships Training Series, Fall 2019. The training series is informed by ongoing work in research libraries with digital scholarship serving as a nexus point for research libraries as provider, partner, and pioneer/pilgrim (as in one who wanders and wonders). This masterclass will support the content/community work, and provides an example of the masterclass format for adoption/adaptation, and for building complex community/capacity.

 

Presenter: Bess de Farber has been the Grants Manager at the University of Florida Libraries since 2008, and previously served in the same position at the University of Arizona Libraries. She has provided grantsmanship instruction throughout the past 30 years for audiences including graduate-level library and information students, arts, museum, and social service agency professionals, and has led efforts to secure millions in grant funding for nonprofits and academic libraries. Her research interest is asset-based collaboration development. As a Certified Professional Facilitator since 2003 through the International Association of Facilitators, she invented Collaborating with Strangers Workshops, under the umbrella of CoLAB Planning Series®, which are large group facilitated processes for individuals and organizations seeking new collaborative partnerships. This process has served more than 600 organizations and 3,300 individuals since 2002. Bess is the author of Collaborative Grant-Seeking: A practical guide for librarians (2016); and coauthor with April Hines and Barbara Hood of Collaborating with Strangers: Facilitating workshops in libraries, classes, and nonprofits (2017). Her latest book, Grant Partnerships: Stories, proposals, and funding to catalyze creativity is scheduled for release in 2020.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Beyond the Stress Ball – UF Wellness

Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 2:00 PM–3:00 PM, ILF Conference Room

 

This powerful workshop offers practical tools for managing stress that go beyond traditional advice. You’ll learn how effective thinking, mindfulness, and relaxation techniques can lower your stress level and increase your quality of life.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Disability Language and Neurodiversity – Disability Resource Center

Thursday, October 17, 2019, 2:00 PM–3:00 PM, Library West Room 212

 

Using inclusive language is important when discussing disability. This workshop will dive into language models and re-framing disability using a social justice lens.  

 

Additionally, the term neurodiversity and students’ perspectives about this identity will be shared and discussed.  Finally, a Q&A session will allow audience members to ask questions and discuss ideas about creating more inclusive spaces.

 

Presenter: Beth Roland, M.A. C.A.G.S, is an Assistant Director/Learning Specialist in the Disability Resource Center at the University of Florida. She studied psychology as an undergraduate and school psychology for her masters and specialist degrees. She was a school psychologist at the high school level in Massachusetts for 6 years, before moving to Florida three years ago. She works on outreach and assessment efforts at the DRC, and strives to promote accessibility and inclusion at the institutional level at UF by forming collaborations and partnerships with departments across campus.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Digital Partnerships Training Series: Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC): Modelling Strong Governance and UnColonized Mutual Aid to Uplift Diversity and Inclusivity in Digital Libraries

Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 2:00 PM–3:00 PM, Library West Room 212

 

The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a collaborative, international digital library of Caribbean and circum-Caribbean resources, providing access and preservation for materials from archives, libraries, museums, and private collections. dLOC exemplifies shared governance and mutual aid, a model transnational digital collaborative community serving diverse populations and for promoting bridge building, intersectionality, and inclusion. This follows the first session in the Digital Partnerships Training Series, on Partnership Management and Project Portfolio Management. The training series is informed by ongoing work with research libraries with digital scholarship serving as a nexus point for research libraries as provider, partner, and pioneer.

 

In this session, we will review dLOC and the dLOC model for partnerships, including the history, underlying principles and values (mutual aid, shared governance, generous thinking, appropriate technology, minimal computing), and operations. We will conclude with a discussion of procedural justice, equity, and terminology for the model presented by dLOC.

 

At the conclusion of this one-hour session, participants will:

  • Be able to define mutual aid, generous thinking, and polycentrism.
  • Be able to identify how dLOC’s governance model supports partnerships and promotes DEI.
  • Be able to share examples of how partners implemented mutual aid and generous thinking to create a model that supports partners alongside supporting the collective and the broader world (e.g., rights retention).
  • Be able to describe decolonizing, postcolonial, and postcustodial work in libraries, and how these relate to the dLOC model (as uncolonial, intermutual, or another term).

Presenters:

Brian Keith serves as the Associate Dean for Administrative Services and Faculty Affairs for the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida.  His work enables the Libraries to meet challenges by fostering evidence-based decision making, transparency, fairness and inclusion, workplace and workforce development, and collaboration and partnerships.  His recent research focuses on library publishing, graduate education, research ethics regarding human-based library research, and digital scholarship platforms to support communities of practice, diversity and inclusivity. 

 

Laurie Taylor is Chair of the Digital Partnerships & Strategies Department in the Libraries at UF, where she provides leadership for partnerships with the Libraries across the university, regionally, nationally, and internationally. She works closely with colleagues to create and sustain supports for collaborations for building collections, community, and capacity, including for the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) and LibraryPress@UF. Her work is geared towards enabling a culture of radical collaboration that values and supports diversity, equity, and inclusion.

 

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Open Access for Libraries Faculty & Staff

Thursday, October 24, 2019, 10:00 AM–11:00 AM, Library West Room 419

 

Libraries faculty and staff undertake a wide variety of research projects that generate publications, presentations, posters, datasets, and creative works. When deciding where and how to disseminate our scholarship, why should we consider open access venues? What are some high-quality options, and what questions should we ask at the outset? This session will provide a starting point for issues such as navigating publisher agreements, defining “gold” and “green” open access options, and finding ways to promote open access research.

 

Presenter: Perry Collins is the Scholarly Communications Librarian at the University of Florida. In this role, she focuses on the ways in which the scholarly research and publishing landscape can support broader access to knowledge across disciplines and formats. This includes collaboration with faculty, students, and community members to navigate copyright, leverage open access in research and teaching, and build infrastructure for data sharing and digital scholarship.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Metadata Series: Linked Data/BIBFRAME

Wednesday, October 30, 2019, 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Marston Science Library Room 136

 

Coming soon.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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From Safe Spaces to Brave Spaces – ARL Academy

Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 3:00 PM–4:00 PM, Health Science Center Libraries Room C2-41A

Thursday, November 14, 2019, 4:00 PM–5:00 PM, Library West Room 419

 

Jeff Will, diversity and inclusion specialist, University of Michigan, and Mark A. Puente, director of diversity and leadership programs, ARL, will lead a discussion on how the public spaces libraries are responsible for might embody the principles of safe and brave space.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Digital Partnerships Training Series: Partnering in the Pursuit of Grant Funding

Monday, November 18, 2019, 2:00 PM–3:00 PM, Library West Room 212

 

The success of the Grants Management Program at the Libraries at UF is due in part to many successful partnerships and to the successful orientation to project management. These partnerships are successful thanks to relying on a three-legged stool based on these principles: appreciative inquiry, asset based community development, and mutual assistance.  The Grants Management Program employs these principles through best practices, utilizing professional facilitation and design (specifically designing within constraints), to enable project management work (from ideation through planning design and budgeting, and on through project management when projects are awarded) During the pre-award preparation stage the grant application “container” becomes the planning tool to define the project, framework, activities, and partnership structures.

 

This follows the first session in the Digital Partnerships Training Series, on Partnership Management and Project Portfolio Management. The training series is informed by ongoing work with research libraries with digital scholarship serving as a nexus point for research libraries as provider, partner, and pioneer.

 

In this session, we will review the Grants Management Program at the Libraries, focusing on the underlying values, covering the history, and current status. We will conclude with an activity related to facilitative practices and appreciative inquiry.

 

At the conclusion of this one-hour session, participants will:

  • Be able to define appreciative inquiry, asset based community development, and mutual assistance.
  • Be able to identify how the Grants Management Program at UF leverages grant opportunities and deadlines to successfully scope projects.
  • Be able to share examples of how the Grants Management Program at the Libraries has engaged with partners, including developing internal supports and controls (e.g., checksheets, feasibility meetings) to management local partnerships.

Presenters:

Bess de Farber has been the Grants Manager at the University of Florida Libraries since 2008, and previously served in the same position at the University of Arizona Libraries. She has provided grantsmanship instruction throughout the past 30 years for audiences including graduate-level library and information students, arts, museum, and social service agency professionals, and has led efforts to secure millions in grant funding for nonprofits and academic libraries. Her research interest is asset-based collaboration development. As a Certified Professional Facilitator since 2003 through the International Association of Facilitators, she invented Collaborating with Strangers Workshops, under the umbrella of CoLAB Planning Series®, which are large group facilitated processes for individuals and organizations seeking new collaborative partnerships. This process has served more than 600 organizations and 3,300 individuals since 2002.

 

Laurie Taylor is Chair of the Digital Partnerships & Strategies Department in the Libraries at UF, where she provides leadership for partnerships with the Libraries across the university, regionally, nationally, and internationally. She works closely with colleagues to create and sustain supports for collaborations for building collections, community, and capacity, including for the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) and LibraryPress@UF. Her work is geared towards enabling a culture of radical collaboration that values and supports diversity, equity, and inclusion.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Metadata Series: Machine Assisted Indexing

Wednesday, November 13 , 2019, 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Marston Science Library Room 136

 

Coming soon.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.


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Metadata Series: DEI and Metadata

Wednesday, December 11, 2019, 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Marston Science Library Room 136

 

Coming soon.

 

Registration: UF Libraries employees register through the Instruction and Training Database.

All other parties please register via email here.