Please join the Libraries Network community for a webinar on Friday, February 17 at 11 am PT / 2 pm ET for an update on the latest activities. We invite you to share your updates, and then we will gather and strive to answer questions that remain.
After the initial webinar on Monday, we heard constructive feedback and good questions raised from colleagues at a number of libraries. The scoop: Some of us have more resources than others — and finding the best way to contribute quickly and effectively isn’t obvious. In the spirit of trying to reflect back 4 levels of data rescue efforts that we are hearing, below is an approach that strives to balance flexibility with interest/resources in a way that remains true to the principle of “systematically grounded action.”
We hope you can join a collaborative project that leverages the talent and energy of librarians in addressing a wicked problem: Preserving born-digital government data.
Given the successes of the #DataRefuge project to rescue climate and environmental data, librarians have started to connect, ask, act, and contemplate collective action for more types of data. Let’s figure it out together!
Join us for a 30-minute webinar to kick-off collaborations: Monday, February 6 @ 12:15 pm ET