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Presentation by Molly Bragg, Duke University; Kat Hagedorn, University of Michigan Library; Cristela Garcia-Spitz, UC San Diego; Emily Shaw, Ohio State University; Emily Porter, Emory University; Kari Smith, MIT Aligning resources with an endless supply of worthy digitization and digital projects makes a system for selecting, evaluating, funding, and implementing projects essential. In this session, 6 project managers will share the details of systems they use and the successes and challenges they share through models, practical examples, and tools. http://sched.co/8LGY Bragg M, Garcia-Spitz C, Hagedorn K, Porter E, Shaw E, Smith K. Finding the Balance: A Discussion of 6 Digital Library Workflows. Digital Library Federation Forum; Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 2016 Nov 8. Available from: https://osf.io/huaq2/ See also: Shaw, E., Garcia-Spitz, C., Bragg, M., Hagedorn, K., & Porter, E. (2018). Finding the balance: Modelling successful workflows for digital library collections. Journal of Digital Media Management, 6(3), 295-311. Retrieved from [https://escholarship.org/uc/item/9h17g7fh]
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