Sandbox Series


Are you working through an idea for an article? Not sure if something will make a good presentation? Have a particular hot take that you want to test out? C’mon down to the (socially distanced, completely virtual) sandbox.

This series is meant to be a low-stress environment for people involved in institutional repositories and scholarly communications to exchange ideas. If you are interested in hosting a topic, we’ll ask you to provide a short write up (2 – 3 pages) that can be distributed the week before to anyone who is interested in attending. Sessions will start off with the host giving a 5 minute intro (a tl;dr) and then discussion will open up.


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Monday, June 7th
2:00 PM

Automation Using Metadata Filters & Leveraging Research Assistants

Rachel Evans, UGA
Savanna Nolan, UGA

2:00 PM

Monday, June 14th
2:00 PM

Reflections on Critical Librarianship and Creating a Controlled Vocabulary

Olivia Smith, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

2:00 PM

Monday, June 21st
2:00 PM

Creating Topical Exhibits in Digital Commons

Linda Tesar, William & Mary Law School

2:00 PM

Monday, June 28th
2:00 PM

Leveraging Bepress’s New API for Metadata Transformations

Aaron Retteen, Texas A&M University School of Law

2:00 PM