This is the second webinar in a series exploring topics related to Digital Preservation. Disk imaging is an important tool in the digital preservation toolkit. But what is a disk image, how do you make one, and why might it be useful at your institution? This webinar will break down the structure of a disk […]Find out more »
Katelyn Angell and Elvis Bakaitis will present different strategies on how to help undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty to locate appropriate grants/funding. They will describe a recent grants initiative led by the Mina Rees Library (The Graduate Center), including interdepartmental partnerships and the CUNY Research Foundation. Initiatives and resources developed to promote external scholarships for undergraduates […]Find out more »
This is the third webinar in a series exploring topics related to Digital Preservation. While commonly associated with retro video game hobbyists, emulation can be a powerful and essential tool for providing access to legacy digital material. Using emulators, archivists and librarians can mimic obsolete and incompatible software on their current computers, recreating the environments […]Find out more »
This is the fourth webinar in a series exploring topics related to Digital Preservation. In this session, Vicky Rampin (Librarian for Research Data Management and Reproducibility at New York University) will discuss open scholarship and reproducible research practices, and how librarians and archivists can make a difference in the sustainability of research. This session doesn't […]Find out more »
Lifelong learning and collaboration are central to METRO’s mission. We know that not all of our members have funds available to attend professional conferences, learning programs, and networking opportunities.
To make things easier for you, a limited number of scholarships are available to individual members and institutional member employees who wish to participate in a professional development event, which may or may not be sponsored by METRO.
You may request up to $250 to go toward event registration, and we’ll ask you to write up a few words about your experience, for possible publication on METRO’s Blog. Scholarship terms, deadlines, and the application form are available here. Please contact [email protected] with any questions.
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METRO will make private space available to nursing mothers upon request. Please contact us at [email protected] to make a reservation.