Videos are often taken as a part of scholarly research projects, yet this presents challenges for librarians who advise researchers on federally-mandated data sharing and storage. How can we best preserve or share this type of research output, and reduce the costs of long-term storage? What are the limits of current data description formats for video? What should researchers know about confidentiality and informed consent for ethnographic or life history videos? And how can we share access copies when repositories do not provide playback functionality? Participants will learn of workflows they can assess against needs at their home institution.
Meeting Type: Program
Content Area: Transforming: Systems & Technology
Interests: Archives, Guidelines and Standards, Metadata, Preservation, Privacy, Research and Statistics, Resource Sharing, Special Collections
Type of Library: Academic, Corporate, Public, Special
Sponsors: VRT, ACRL_ANSS
Cost: Included with full conference registration.