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Saturday, April 27 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Building Collective Solutions: the Future of Art Bibliography Initiative 4th Annual Update

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FAB Initiative Introduction & 4th Annual Update - Carole Ann Fabian, Director, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

Research Initiatives update: Ithaka Research Support Services for Art History project - Kathleen Salomon, Assistant Director, Getty Research Institute

The Getty Research Portal - Joe Shubitowski, Head, Information Systems, Getty Research Institute

Artlibraries.net in the Year of the Water Snake : Towards a New Bibliographic Tool for Art History - Jan Simane, Library Director, Kunsthistoricshe Institut in Florence

Reframing Collections for the Digital Age: A Report of the Mellon-funded NYARC Study - Stephen Bury, Director, Frick Art Reference Library

Q&A and Discussion - Building Collective Solutions

Moderators:

Carole Ann Fabian, Director, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

Kathleen Salomon, Assistant Director, Getty Research Institute 

This session will provide an overview of the Future of Art Bibliography Initiative, its goals and progress to date as well as explore with attendees pathways to increased community-wide participation and directions for expansion of FAB Initiative projects. This 4th Annual Update will also emphasize how each of the FAB projects is working to promote open access to art historical content, especially fully-digital content.   Presenters will report on progress in each of the three FAB Initiative project tracks, specifically: the Getty Research Portal, artlibraries.net and its collaboration with OCLC, and web-archiving. Presentations will include demonstrations of new online discovery environments, ongoing technical developments, and reports on research initiatives.   Presentations will be followed by facilitated breakout sessions designed to engage attendees in discussions that focus on how to increase community involvement in each of these FAB Initiative tracks, as well as surface new ideas for expansion of the FAB Initiative to other areas of activity.


Saturday April 27, 2013 10:30am - 12:00pm
Conference Center 106

Attendees (56)