Mailing List Message #114791
From: Beth Secrist <>
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Subject: VIDEOS: Global Registry of Digitized Works, Implementing Effective Data Practices, Machine Learning to ID Jim Crow Laws & MORE
Date: Thu, 14 May 2020 10:51:00 -0400
New videos from CNI’s ongoing Spring 2020 Virtual Meeting are available. To see all videos produced by CNI, including all that have been released so far from the CNI Spring 2020 Virtual Membership Meeting (, visit our video channels on YouTube ( and Vimeo (

Crowd-Sourced Unlatching of Curricular Books (Mark G. Bilby, University of California, Fullerton)

Print to Petabyte: Creating Knowledge from Collection Information (Fenella G. France, Library of Congress)

Statistical Consulting in the Library (Jonathan Cain, University of Oregon)

Implementing Effective Data Practices (Judy Ruttenberg, Association of Research Libraries; Maria Gould, University of California; Maria Praetzellis, University of California; Natalie Meyers, University of Notre Dame; Jennifer Muilenburg, University of Washington)

Initial Steps towards Building a Global Registry of Digitized Works (Mike Furlough, HathiTrust; Stuart Lewis, National Library of Scotland)

Building and Using Collections as Data: Using Machine Learning to Identify Jim Crow Laws (Amanda Henley, Lorin Bruckner & Kimber Thomas, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Connecting the Dots: Using ORCID to Consolidate Research Information for Reporting and Assessment (Jan Fransen, University of Minnesota; Jane Scott, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center; Hilary Davis & Jason Ronallo, North Carolina State University; Sheila Rabun, LYRASIS)

Advancements in Digital Preservation: Spectral 3-D Reconstruction of Impressionist Oil Paintings (Yi Yang, Pennsylvania State University)

Beth Secrist
Communications Consultant, CNI
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