Webinar: Increasing Discoverability of Your Digital Collections with the Digital Public Library of America 3/31

Webinar: Increasing Discoverability of Your Digital Collections with the Digital Public Library of America 3/31


The DPLA OKHub initiative is working to increase global discoverability to the collections held by cultural organizations across Oklahoma. In this webinar, you will learn how to connect your digital collections through the DPLA platform. By working together on this national initiative, we offer access to Oklahoma collections in conjunction with millions of items—photographs, maps, manuscripts, audio-visual materials, and more—from libraries, archives, and museums across the United States. To see more about the Digital Public Library of America, visit: https://dp.la/. To learn more about the OKHub for the DPLA, visit: https://dpla-okhub.org/


Tuesday, March 31st 2:00 – 3:00PM (Central)

Learning Outcomes:

This webinar will give an overview of the process for sharing your digital collections metadata for direct linking into the DPLA discovery platform.

Who Should Attend:

Any collection manager or archivist interested in increasing access to their cultural heritage collections.

Presenter Info:

Tara Carlisle is the Digital Scholarship Specialist at the University of Oklahoma Libraries, a member of the OAA Executive Board, and a representative on the DPLA OKHub consortia working group.

Sarah Milligan is the Head of the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at the Oklahoma State University Libraries, the founding president of the OAA, and a representative of the DPLA OKHub consortia working group.



How to Register:

Complete the webinar online registration form

Tech Requirements:

Computer with Internet access (high-speed connection is best) and media player software. Headphones recommended. OAA webinars are presented through Zoom.


For questions, contact Sarah Milligan at sarah.milligan@okstate.edu

This webinar is sponsored by the OAA, Oklahoma Historic Records Advisory Board, the University of Oklahoma Libraries and Oklahoma State University Libraries

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