Collaboration Contexts: Conclusions

This is the last in a series of posts on the Leadership through Collaboration Forum and the thinking that went into structuring the agenda. Before I conclude, I’d like to acknowledge that creating the forum agenda was a collaborative activity in and of itself – we’re grateful in particular to our host (The Smithsonian Institution), …

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Collaboration Context: Global

Our last panel of speakers during “Yours, Mine, Ours: Leadership through Collaboration“ focuses on global collaborations: A Critical Take: How Do We Present Cultural Content to Our Users? Nick Poole, Chief Executive, Collections Trust A Critical Take: How Do We Create and Maintain Standards? Eric Miller, President, Zepheira A Critical Take: How Do We Source …

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Collaboration Context: Group

The following panelists will help us explore the ins and outs of group collaborations during “Yours, Mine, Ours: Leadership through Collaboration“: Rob Stein, CIO, Indianapolis Museum of Art Collaboration Trials and Triumphs: ArtBabble, Steve, etc. Tom Garnett, BHL Director, Smithsonian Institution Collaboration Trials and Triumphs: Biodiversity Heritage Library John F. Helmer, Executive Director, Orbis Cascade …

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Collaboration Context: Local

“Local” is the first Collaboration Context we’ll explore at “Yours, Mine, Ours: Leadership through Collaboration.” Our panelists will be: Ann Speyer, Chief Information Officer, Smithsonian Institution Meg Bellinger, Director, Office of Digital Assets and Infrastructure, Yale University Tom Hickerson, Vice-Provost, Libraries and Cultural Resources, University of Calgary We’ve instructed all of our speakers to spend …

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Contexts for “Leadership through Collaboration” Forum

The LAM (library, archive, museum) workshops held by OCLC Research at Princeton University, the Smithsonian Institution, the University of Edinburgh, the Victoria and Albert Museum and Yale University intentionally focused on collaboration within a single institution. We expected that we would be able to find, as well as catalyze, deeper collaborations under an institutional umbrella …

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