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Wednesday, May 27 • 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Navigating Communal Rights for Digital Preservation and Open Access

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The Modern Endangered Archives Program (MEAP) is a new granting program at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Library. We fund projects designed to document, digitize and make accessible endangered archival materials from the 20th and 21st centuries, including print, photographic, film, audio, ephemeral, and born-digital objects. This program responds to the urgent need for preservation and dissemination of collections from the global south, at risk from environmental conditions, political uncertainty, inherently unsustainable media, inappropriate storage, or communal and social change. Once digitized, materials will be made freely and openly accessible at the UCLA Library website and preserved in perpetuity by the UCLA Library. We believe that providing open access to cultural and historical materials from around the world serves to expand discourse and challenge politicized and nationalized historical narratives that minimize or silence multiple voices and perspectives.
https://www.cni.org/topics/special-collections/navigating-communal-rights-for-digital-preservation-and-open-access

Speakers
avatar for Sharon Farb

Sharon Farb

Associate University Librarian, UCLA
Sharon E. Farb is the Associate University Librarian and the chief policy strategist for the UCLA Library. She leads the units that enhance and unlock the Library's rare and unique materials and guides the Library's government relations and public policy efforts.
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Todd Grappone

Associate University Librarian, UCLA
Todd Grappone is the AUL for Research and Development. In that role he oversees all IT and Digital Initiatives.
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Rachel Deblinger

Director, Modern Endangered Archive Program, UCLA


Wednesday May 27, 2020 3:00pm - 3:30pm EDT