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Metadata Justice in Oklahoma Libraries & Archives Symposium


The Metadata Justice in Oklahoma Libraries & Archives Symposium is a space for librarians, catalogers, archivists, and anyone interested in inclusive metadata to share their ideas and build a support network for this important work in our state's libraries and archives. 

This year's program includes the following sessions:

Keynote: Politeness AND Executing Inclusive Metadata within Oklahoma Libraries & Archives, Suzette Chang, Thick Descriptions

Everyone Belongs Here: Creating an Inclusive Public Library Local History and Genealogy Collection, Michelle Skinner, Chickasha Public Library (presentation)

The Fus Fixico Classification System, Heather D. Hutto, Justice Sweger, Amanda Harding, M&ABJ Bristow Public Library (presentation)

Constructing a Values-Based Foundation for Metadata Justice Work, Bailey Hoffner, Oklahoma State University (interactive activity)

The Creation of the Tribal Nations of Oklahoma Metadata Database, Kaitlyn Palone, University of Central Oklahoma; Megan Macken, Oklahoma State University; Lulu Zilinskas, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum (presentation)

Beyond Exploitation: Metadata Justice and Prison Labor, Kristen C. Howard, McGill University (presentation)

Perspectives from SACO Funnel Coordinators, Michelle Cronquist, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and African American Subject Funnel Coordinator; Margaret Breidenbaugh, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College and Gender & Sexuality Studies Funnel Co-coordinator; Maya Espersen, Aurora Public Library and Gender & Sexuality Studies Funnel Co-coordinator; Sara Levinson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Latin American and Indigenous Peoples of the Americas (LAIPA) Funnel Coordinator; and Deborah Tomaras, Marist College and Comic and Fiction Funnel Co-coordinator (panel)

This event is free and held on Zoom. All attendees will receive a Zoom link in their confirmation email; however, please be advised that this event is not recorded. Proceedings and speaker slides are published in SHAREOK a month after the symposium. 

 

Related Research Guide: Metadata Justice in Oklahoma Libraries & Archives Symposium by Shay Beezley

Date:
Thursday, July 20, 2023
Time:
9:25am - 3:30pm
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The Metadata Justice in Oklahoma Libraries & Archives Symposium is the event arm of UCO Chambers Library's Inclusive Metadata Initiative. Please visit our website for more information.

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