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Friday, March 31 • 2:10pm - 3:30pm
Similar but Different: Exploring New Avenues in Visual Resources

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Curation of slide librarys may have been the foundation of who the Visual Resources Association was when first created but it has become so much more.  Whether technologists, data collectors, GIS specialist, catalogers, digital humanist, and so many more; this field has changed dramatically.  However, the priciples that guided our field have become increasingly valuable to those outside what was once called normal.  This session showcases a few areas that haven't been historically connected the Visual Resources but provide new directions and oppertunities in our field.

Speakers:

Madeleine Casad,  Digital Humanites Coordinator, Vanderbilt University


Whiskey Boom: An Update on the Sazerac Company Archives
Stephanie Schmidt, Archivist, Buffalo Trace Distillery 

Spatial Literacy in the modern age

Theresa Quill
Social Sciences Librarian (GIS/Maps), Indiana University
This talk explores maps as visual resources, and will present strategies for developing spatial literacies with an emphasis on modern day navigational apps and GIS applications.


Moderator: 

Cindy Frank, Librarian, School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, University of Michigan

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Cynthia Frank

Architecture Librarian and Director of Visual Resources Collection, University of Maryland

Speakers

Friday March 31, 2017 2:10pm - 3:30pm
Salon C-D

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