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| April 5, 2019
 
| April 5, 2019
 
| Cristela Garcia-Spitz
 
| Cristela Garcia-Spitz
| Digital Initiatives Librarian Cristela Garcia-Spitz discussed project portfolio management and shared a demo of how digital projects are being tracked by the UC San Diego Library's Digital Library Development Program using Confluence and JIRA. She also covered some of the goals and challenges of portfolio management.  
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| Digital Initiatives Librarian Cristela Garcia-Spitz discussed project portfolio management and shared a demo of how digital projects are being tracked by the UC San Diego Library's Digital Library Development Program using Confluence and JIRA. She also covered some of the goals and challenges of portfolio management. The presentation recording is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtLLmFWQeQ8 and the slides are available at: https://escholarship.org/uc/item/2bf7n6tp
The presentation recording is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtLLmFWQeQ8 and the slides are available at: https://escholarship.org/uc/item/2bf7n6tp
 
 
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| Before Action Review
 
| Before Action Review
 
| January 10, 2020
 
| January 10, 2020
 
| Melissa Wisner
 
| Melissa Wisner
| The hour session provides an introduction to Before Action Reviews and how to facilitate meaningful intake collection with stakeholders by Melissa Wisner, the IT Project and Portfolio Management Librarian at NCSU Libraries.  
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| The hour session provides an introduction to Before Action Reviews and how to facilitate meaningful intake collection with stakeholders by Melissa Wisner, the IT Project and Portfolio Management Librarian at NCSU Libraries. The presentation recording is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPq-6Zgh6kM
The presentation recording is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPq-6Zgh6kM
 
 
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| How managers, project managers, and others are adjusting to telework and closures
 
| How managers, project managers, and others are adjusting to telework and closures
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| Casey Davis Kaufman
 
| Casey Davis Kaufman
 
| The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically transformed the way we live, work, and interact with our colleagues. Reflecting on her experiences working remotely since July 2019, and more specifically since mid-March 2020 when COVID-19 upended our sense of normality and required swift and radical responses within our workplaces, Casey Davis Kaufman will offer a webinar that focuses on leading teams and projects while working remotely during the ongoing global crises. The presentation will cover a range of topics relevant to the present remote-working environment -- from effective communication and support, managing expectations,  and 'holding space' for team members who may be experiencing incredibly challenging and emotionally difficult situations within and/or outside of work. Additionally, Casey will share recommendations for planning and managing digitization projects during the COVID-19 pandemic, and she will offer ideas for remotely engaging our communities while continually demonstrating the value of libraries and archives amidst our present challenges.
 
| The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically transformed the way we live, work, and interact with our colleagues. Reflecting on her experiences working remotely since July 2019, and more specifically since mid-March 2020 when COVID-19 upended our sense of normality and required swift and radical responses within our workplaces, Casey Davis Kaufman will offer a webinar that focuses on leading teams and projects while working remotely during the ongoing global crises. The presentation will cover a range of topics relevant to the present remote-working environment -- from effective communication and support, managing expectations,  and 'holding space' for team members who may be experiencing incredibly challenging and emotionally difficult situations within and/or outside of work. Additionally, Casey will share recommendations for planning and managing digitization projects during the COVID-19 pandemic, and she will offer ideas for remotely engaging our communities while continually demonstrating the value of libraries and archives amidst our present challenges.
Casey Davis Kaufman (she/her) is the Associate Director of the WGBH Media Library and Archives and Project Manager for the American Archive of Public Broadcasting. In her role, Casey supports a team that includes a repository manager, web developers, and outreach staff to undertake collections management, access, curatorial work, metadata management, engagement, and special projects. She served as Project Director for the NEH-funded PBCore Development and Training Project, as well as the IMLS-funded Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship, which is being sustained through a new collaboration with the University of Alabama. She has served as AAPB's project manager for multiple digitization projects, including the PBS NewsHour Digitization Project, and the current Riverside Church/WRVR-FM Digitization Project and New Mexico Public Media and Kansas Public Media Digitization Projects (all CLIR-funded). Casey is also Project Manager for the University of Tennessee Libraries' "Rising from the Ashes: The Chimney Tops II Wildfires Oral History Project." Casey is an active member of AMIA and serves on the AMIA Continuing Education Advisory Task Force, AMIA Advocacy Committee of the Board, AMIA Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship Task Force, and is Co-Chair of the AMIA Oral History Committee. Casey served on the AMIA Board from 2017-2019. She works remotely from her home in Murfreesboro, TN, with her canine assistant Romsey.  
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Casey Davis Kaufman (she/her) is the Associate Director of the WGBH Media Library and Archives and Project Manager for the American Archive of Public Broadcasting. In her role, Casey supports a team that includes a repository manager, web developers, and outreach staff to undertake collections management, access, curatorial work, metadata management, engagement, and special projects. She served as Project Director for the NEH-funded PBCore Development and Training Project, as well as the IMLS-funded Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship, which is being sustained through a new collaboration with the University of Alabama. She has served as AAPB's project manager for multiple digitization projects, including the PBS NewsHour Digitization Project, and the current Riverside Church/WRVR-FM Digitization Project and New Mexico Public Media and Kansas Public Media Digitization Projects (all CLIR-funded). Casey is also Project Manager for the University of Tennessee Libraries' "Rising from the Ashes: The Chimney Tops II Wildfires Oral History Project." Casey is an active member of AMIA and serves on the AMIA Continuing Education Advisory Task Force, AMIA Advocacy Committee of the Board, AMIA Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship Task Force, and is Co-Chair of the AMIA Oral History Committee. Casey served on the AMIA Board from 2017-2019. She works remotely from her home in Murfreesboro, TN, with her canine assistant Romsey. The presentation recording is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7D9JdypyR1c
The presentation recording is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7D9JdypyR1c
 
 
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