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Monday, May 23 • 10:00am - 10:50am
1A: Accessibility in Digital A/V Collections

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Are you confused about the technical, legal, or logistical challenges associated with making collections of audiovisual materials available on the web? Do you get lost in the conversations about standards, formats, platforms, and jargon? Does it seem like other groups on your campus are working in a similar area but have a different set of requirements and issues? Well, you aren’t alone!

Libraries and archives around the state of Texas are working to make vast collections of digital audiovisual material available. Making these resources accessible is an important component in this process that provides a new set of challenges for collection managers and technologists to overcome. Investing in accessible content not only makes these resources available and usable to persons with different abilities, but also provides new and exciting opportunities for discovery and reuse.

This birds-of-a-feather session follows a mini-series of webinars organized by TDL members in early 2022. Focussing on digital audiovisual cultural heritage collection materials, we invite you to share your organization's experience with making collections accessible. Join us for a discussion of technical, curatorial and organizational approaches, as well as lessons learned, and let us explore opportunities for continued shared learning.

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(The authors are members of the steering committee for the TDL Accessible AV webinar series.)

Moderators
avatar for Cynthia Henry

Cynthia Henry

Librarian, Texas Tech University

Speakers
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Kristin Clark

Manager, Digital Collections, Texas Woman's University
avatar for Melissa Morrow

Melissa Morrow

Library Associate, Texas Tech University
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Emily Vinson

Audiovisual Archivist, University of Houston Libraries
Emily Vinson is Audiovisual Archivist and curator of the KUHT Collection at the University of Houston Libraries Special Collections. Prior to UH, Emily worked as a project archivist preserving unique audio holdings at New York Public Radio and a fellow in Preservation Administration... Read More →
avatar for John Bondurant

John Bondurant

Digital Archivist, Texas A&M University
avatar for Mirko Hanke

Mirko Hanke

Head of Preservation and Digital Stewardship, University of Texas Libraries
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William Hicks

Head of User Interfaces, University of North Texas
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Mark Phillips

Associate Dean for Digital Libraries, UNT Libraries
Mark Phillips is the Associate Dean for Digital Libraries at the UNT Libraries. His areas of interest include: workflows for digitized and born-digital content, digital preservation systems, Web archives, and metadata quality.


Monday May 23, 2022 10:00am - 10:50am CDT
Virtual https://utexas.zoom.us/j/93914804861