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Generation Open
Generation Open: Researchers' Roles in the Age of Openness
  • Mary Molinaro, University of Kentucky
Start Date
23-10-2014 9:35 AM
Mary Molinaro provides a description of the current research environment and the expectation of researchers' roles. The slide deck is available by clicking the Download button on the right. The video and photos of this segment are available for download by clicking the links listed under the additional files shown below.
Speaker's Bio

Mary Molinaro is Director of the Research Data Center at the University of Kentucky Libraries. Her work and research interests include digital preservation, personal digital archiving, and digital library development with a particular interest in preserving digital news content whether converted from the analog or born digital. She has served as primary investigator on a number of projects centered on providing digital access to cultural heritage materials. Ms. Molinaro serves as an instructor and is on the Steering Committee for the Digital Preservation Outreach and Education (DPOE) program at the Library of Congress. Ms. Molinaro has great interest in supporting library infrastructure and planning in developing nations. She has done extensive work with libraries in Ecuador and served as a Fulbright Senior Specialist in Tunisia.

Citation Information
Mary Molinaro. "Generation Open" (2014)
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