Next week, the Data Literacy Program’s (DLP’s) Paulina F. Przystupa will attend the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) conference alongside Dr. Wade Campbell and Dr. Andrea Torvinen. Together they’ll facilitate the listening session Working with CARE and Indigenous Data Sovereignty as Accomplices and they hope you can join them.
This week, the AAI/Open Context and colleagues are launching a new project with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services’ (IMLS) National Leadership Grants for Libraries program. Advancing FAIR+CARE Practices in Cultural Heritage is a 3-year project co-directed by Sarah Whitcher Kansa (AAI/Open Context), Neha Gupta (University of British Columbia), Desireé Martinez (Cogstone Resource Management), […]
Last month, Open Context participated in a forum at the annual Society for American Archaeology conference in Chicago. The forum was called “Completing the data lifecycle: Using DINAA’s, Open Context’s, and tDAR’s online data management tools” but the real focus of the session turned out to be FAIR and CARE data practices. Forum participants, which […]