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Piloting Linked Open Data for Artists' Books

Emilee Mathews talks about a grant funded project she was involved in regarding linked open data and artists' books. This recording is made available under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0…

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Interview with Robert Gore

Interview with Robert Gore, art librarian at University of California Los Angeles, conducted in 2017. This recording is made available under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 license…

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Conversaciones Críticas / Critical Conversations: An Examination of Book Art / Libro de Artista

Over the last six decades, the book arts and the artists' book have been expanding their influence both internally, within libraries and museum collections, as well as beyond institutional and…

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Creativity and Collaborations in Special Collections and Archives / Créativité et collaborations dans les archives et collections spéciales

This bilingual session explores the ways in which archives and special collections engage with their communities by using their visual and textual resources as tools for teaching and learning.…

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ArLiSNAP VREPS 2015 Virtual Conference: Part 3 of Student & New Professional Presentations

Four presentations by students and new professionals from the ArLiSNAP VREPS Virtual Conference that took place on January 17, 2015, are given: 1. Opening Artists' Books to Users: Examples from…

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Virtual Snapshot: What's Up With Art Librarianship?

The New England Chapter of ARLIS/NA presented "A virtual tour of the art library/visual resources profession" on November 9, 2015. Whether you’re an art library veteran, art…

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