Led by Anna Perrici, this webinar will serve as a high-level overview of core web archiving concepts. Attendees will learn about collecting models for web resources and the context in which this work is being done. We'll discuss technical elements and briefly describe some web archiving approaches in use. Key takeaways will include how web […]Find out more »
From the attempted coup by white nationalists on January 6th to everyday interactions in our workplaces, white supremacy is threaded through our lives. A crucial piece of the work toward an anti-racist culture is the small moves each of us can make to bring accountability and criticality to our daily interactions. In this session, we […]Find out more »
In our workshops, We Need 2 Talk educators always say, anti-racist work is a practice, not a destination. Some of us have been on our anti-racist journeys for many years, while for others, that journey began during the summer of 2020. How can we make this work sustainable in our libraries and communities? How can […]Find out more »
What we talk about when we talk about “equity”: from essential workers to George Floyd to Nice White Parents
2020 saw a huge uptick in colloquial usage of the word “equity.” However, in most corners of the information professions, from libraries to archives to usability, we’ve been having this conversation for a long time. During this interactive session, we unpack some of the ways equity has been used (and misused) during the pandemic and […]Find out more »
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