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Metadata Justice in Oklahoma Libraries & Archives Symposium

As part of their commitment to "to accurately and respectfully describ materials relating to historically overlooked communities," the University of Central Oklahoma Chambers Library annually hosts a virtual symposium for catalogers, archivists, metadata specialists, library/archives workers or students interested in metadata justice to share and discuss their approaches.

Free

Open-Assembly Teaching, Making, and Publishing: COVE Editions and Studio

University of Victoria 3800 Finnerty Rd, Victoria, BC, Canada

Are you looking to build a peer-reviewed, open-access critical edition, gallery, or anthology–without any coding? Are you interested in collaborating with your class in the preparation and annotation of these materials? Join COVE at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute for the course "Open-Assembly Teaching, Making, and Publishing: COVE Editions and Studio."

$800 – $1250

Scholarly Editing: Fostering Communities of Recovery (Part 2)

In a two-part, recorded event series, two of Scholarly Editing’s editors and two of its contributing authors explored the nature and impact of the journal’s expanding content and communities of journal editors, readers, contributors, and genres. They also discussed the role of art, poetry, and fiction as a lens for recovery work.

Free

Scholarly Editing: Fostering Communities of Recovery (Part 1)

In a two-part, recorded event series, two of Scholarly Editing’s editors and two of its contributing authors explored the nature and impact of the journal’s expanding content and communities of journal editors, readers, contributors, and genres. They also discussed the role of art, poetry, and fiction as a lens for recovery work.

Free

Digitize Black Women’s Records Day

Join the Black Women's Organizing Archive and Center for Black Digital Research as they celebrate innovative ways to engage Black women’s activist archives during Digitize Black Women's Records Day. The event will feature engaging discussions from speakers Meta DuEwa Jones, DaMaris B. Hill, Sharia Benn, Janel Moore-Almond, and Jennifer Morris.

Free