The Professional Affairs Committee of Duke University Librarians Assembly invites you to hear Emily Gore, Director for Content of the Digital Public Library of America present: "The Digital Public Library of America and You: Getting Involved as a User, Contributor and Advocate”.
When: Tuesday April 4, 2pm – 4pm (talk to begin at 2:15 to allow for light refreshments before and after the speaker)
Where: Duke University Perkins Library Room 217
Library Contacts: Molly Bragg, firstname.lastname@example.org and Hannah Rozear, email@example.com
About Emily Gore: Emily Gore is the Director for Content of the Digital Public Library of America. In this role, Emily oversees the Digital Hubs Pilot Project and provides vision and oversight for content in the DPLA. Emily came to the DPLA after working for 12 years in digital library and technology development in academic and state libraries. Most recently, Emily served as the Associate Dean for Digital Scholarship and Technology at Florida State University Libraries. Emily’s work has largely focused on building digital collection collaborations among cultural heritage institutions. Emily managed the former statewide digital library in North Carolina, NC ECHO, and co-directed the South Carolina Digital Library. Emily has been the recipient of over $5 million of grant funding during the course of her career. She has a Master’s degree in Library and Information Studies from the University of Alabama, a BA in English/Technical Writing from Clemson University and is a 2011 graduate of the Frye Leadership Institute.
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