Backstage Library Works Presents


Mark your calendar for November 8, 2017, and join us in Austin for Hidden Collections, a free, one-day seminar for library leaders and special collections professionals. If you work with archival materials, digital images, microfilm, or metadata, this event is for you.


Creating Value through Digital Services:
Helping Others Share Their Stories

Jonathan Helmke
Associate Director for Library Information Services
R.W. Steen Library
Stephen F. Austin State University


Help or Hindrance? The Challenges of Working with Donor-Supplied Metadata

Mary Alice Harper
Head of Description and Access, Visual Materials
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Kait Dorsky
Photography Archivist, Visual Materials
Harry Ransom Center
The University of Texas at Austin


Sharing 'Gabo' with the World: Publicizing the Gabriel García Márquez Collection

Jullianne H. Ballou
Project Librarian
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Suzanne Krause
Public Affairs Representative
Harry Ransom Center
The University of Texas at Austin


Playing Hard-to-Get-Digitized:
Capturing Complex and Fragile Materials

Alicia Sell
Vice President, Digitization Services
Backstage Library Works



Roundtable discussions will cover a range of topics related to special collections management, digital imaging, and metadata.

The seminar will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.

Please contact:

Richard Covington


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Can't make the November 8th program? Hidden Collections Austin is part of our 2017 seminar series. Subscribe to our invitations list to receive news about upcoming Backstage webcasts and live events.