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Totally Tubular: Carving Out Your Best Content with DCX

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2021-10-26

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When waves of content are crashing on your IR shore, how do you make sure your visitors can surf the raddest? The recently released Digital Commons Exhibit solution helps you carve out your coolest, so your audience doesn’t have to look too hard for the best set.

In this session, Rachel Evans, Metadata Services and Special Collections Librarian at University of Georgia School of Law, and Michael Biondo, Electronic Resources and Scholarly Communications Librarian at South Dakota State University, will share how they’ve used Digital Commons Exhibits to highlight different collections for a variety of stakeholders. From special collections to grant-funded projects, they’ll cover some of the most compelling use cases for DCX.

Ann Connolly will also provide a scan of the DCX horizon to share what’s next and provide a surf-along workshop where attendees can build their own totally tubular set with DCX!

Day 1 Video 5 Rachel Evans.pdf (2047 kB)
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Day 1 Video 5 Michael_Biondo.pdf (1111 kB)
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Day 1 Video 5 Deck Ann Connolly.pdf (2322 kB)
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Oct 26th, 10:50 AM

Totally Tubular: Carving Out Your Best Content with DCX

When waves of content are crashing on your IR shore, how do you make sure your visitors can surf the raddest? The recently released Digital Commons Exhibit solution helps you carve out your coolest, so your audience doesn’t have to look too hard for the best set.

In this session, Rachel Evans, Metadata Services and Special Collections Librarian at University of Georgia School of Law, and Michael Biondo, Electronic Resources and Scholarly Communications Librarian at South Dakota State University, will share how they’ve used Digital Commons Exhibits to highlight different collections for a variety of stakeholders. From special collections to grant-funded projects, they’ll cover some of the most compelling use cases for DCX.

Ann Connolly will also provide a scan of the DCX horizon to share what’s next and provide a surf-along workshop where attendees can build their own totally tubular set with DCX!