Digital repositories most often collect traditional materials, such as theses, articles and images that do not require unique workflows or practices. The first talk discusses how his library dealt with nontraditional materials such as 3D models, embeddable media, student exhibits, and other unique works. Whether due to new file formats, visual effects, or certain aspects of performance art, there are certain items that require unique expertise and innovative design. Get tips and tricks from our speaker for doing this in your environment. The need for providing information concerning copyright permissions should be part of any academic library’s instructional suite of services. The second presentation discusses curating images for visual research. It describes an image management system with Fedora which provides students and faculty with a comprehensive secured as well as open access approach to still and moving images.
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Wackerman, Dillon and Reynolds, R Philip, "Repositories: Models & Images" (2014). Central University Libraries Research. 10.