David Gwynn

There are 18 included publications by David Gwynn :

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Best practices for scrapbook collections in CONTENTdm: lessons from the University Archives Scrapbook Collection at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro [slides] 2014 1690 Slides from a presentation on an interdepartmental scrapbook digitization project, geared toward an audience of CONTENTdm users. Delivered May 21, 2014 at the CONTENTdm Southern Users Group Meeting in Columbia, South Carolina. Co-presented by Anna C...
Broadsheets on a budget: Low-cost approaches to newspaper digitization projects 2012 700 Slides from a presentation on newspaper digitization projects. Delivered in May 2012 at the CONTENTdm Midwest Users Group Meeting, Dublin, Ohio by David Gwynn.
Changing Times, Changing Requirements: Implications for LIS Education 2011 1556 The purpose of the study is to identify how library and information studies educators are refining curricula to ensure students are learning the knowledge and skills necessary to work in our rapidly changing field. This study, utilizing a mixed-metho...
Civil Rights Greensboro and other community-based collaborations at UNCG 2012 693 Slides from a presentation on the collaborative Civil Rights Greensboro project. Delivered on October 18, 2012 at the Conference on African American Culture and Experience in Greensboro, North Carolina by David Gwynn.
Civil Rights Greensboro and the Women Veterans Historical Project: Migrating existing digital collections into CONTENTdm [slides] 2015 778 Slides from a presentation on UNCG's effort to migrate two of their most visible digital collections from an internally developed content management system into CONTENTdm. The process used was a collaborative effort that involved four groups within t...
Civil Rights Greensboro: A blueprint for ongoing community engagement in digital history projects 2012 699 Slides from a presentation on the collaborative Civil Rights Greensboro project. Delivered in September 2012 at Conference for Entrepreneurial Librarians LLAMA Webinar by David Gwynn.
Collection Creation as Collection Management: Libraries as Publishers and Implications for Collection Development 2019 108 Digital collections, institutional repositories, open educational resources, open access publishing, and new forms of digital scholarship are all ways in which academic libraries are growing their collections from the inside out as well as making thi...
Community collections: Exploring three distinct approaches to collaboration and outreach through digitization initiatives 2015 474 Slides from a presentation on community outreach through digitization initiatives. Delivered on March 12, 2015 at the Society of North Carolina Archivists Annual Meeting, Greenville, North Carolina by David Gwynn.
Community connections, community collections: Building partner support for collaborative digitization projects 2016 484 PurposeThis paper aims to explore library–community collaboration from both a theoretical and practical perspective, highlighting successful collaborative strategies and projects and illustrating important considerations for libraries that are consid...
Cultural heritage information: Access and management [book review] 2016 646 Digitization of cultural heritage resources and the related discipline of Digital Humanities have been key discussion topics among librarians, archivists, and museum professionals for two decades or more, with issues as diverse as imaging ethics, cos...
Curating student employees in academic libraries: Developing workforce skills for their future [Slides] 2019 53 A panel of librarians and library educators presented at the 2019 Association of College and Research Libraries conference in Cleveland, OH about initiatives that provide a variety of opportunities for student library workers to enhance their skills...
Descriptive metadata for scrapbooks: Interdepartmental collaboration to support efficiency and discovery 2013 1416 In the fall of 2011, The University Libraries of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro embarked on the digitization of a collection of approximately 250 historical scrapbooks that documented university history and spanned most of the twentie...
Descriptive metadata for scrapbooks: Interdepartmental collaboration to support efficiency and discovery [slides] 2013 962 Slides from a presentation on an interdepartmental scrapbook digitization project. Delivered April 4, 2013 at the Archiving Conference held at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Co-presented by David Gwynn, Anna Craft, and Kathelene McCarty Sm...
Managing Digital Cultural Objects: Analysis, Discovery and Retrieval, Edited by Allen Foster and Pauline Rafferty [book review] 2017 267 As digital initiatives in galleries, libraries, archives, and museums (GLAMs) have moved beyond simple projects presenting scanned representations of photographs and other two-dimensional objects, the need for resources on a more diverse array of dig...
Paging through history: lessons learned from a scrapbook digitization project [slides] 2014 741 Slides from a presentation on an interdepartmental scrapbook digitization project. Delivered April 8, 2014 at the Society of North Carolina Archivists Meeting in Raleigh, NC. Co-presented by David Gwynn, Anna Craft, and Kathelene McCarty Smith.
Photo synthesis: Collaboration and compromise on a historic photograph digitization project 2013 402 Slides from a presentation on a collaborative historic photograph digitization project. Delivered in February 2013 at the ACRL Image Resources Interest Group (IRIG) Meeting by David Gwynn and Kathelene McCarty Smith.
Thinking outside the search box: redefining roles for catalogers in an academic library [slides] 2012 683 Slides from a presentation on the changing role of the cataloger in academic libraries. Delivered June 24, 2012 at the ALCTS Metadata Interest Group meeting at the ALA Annual conference held in Anaheim, CA. Co-presented by Anna Craft and David Gwynn....
Uncovering social history: An interdepartmental approach to scrapbook digitization 2016 1079 In 2011, staff at the University Libraries of the University of North Carolina at Greensboroembarked on a collaborative, cross-departmental project to digitize a large collection ofscrapbooks—a notoriously difficult material type. This article docume...