Institutional and Community Collaboration to Support New Approaches to Digital Archiving: A Case Study of the University of Saskatchewan Library and PAVED Arts Artist-run Centre
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Collaborations between traditional knowledge institutions and communities can have a significant impact on both partners when we look to the strengths each bring to a project rather than asking community partners to fit into established ways of working. This paper discusses my partnership as a researcher at the University of Saskatchewan Library and PAVED Arts artist-run centre leadership and how this project challenges the authority and utility of library standards. We propose a collaborative model that matches the infrastructure and technical expertise of the library with the contextual and historical knowledge PAVED has of their unique and locally important collection.
CitationS. Lucky (2019, June 3), Institutional and Community Collaboration to Support New Approaches to Digital Archiving: A case study of the University of Saskatchewan Library and PAVED Arts artist-run centre, Canadian Association for Information Science-L’Association Canadienne des sciences de l’information (CAIS/ASCI): University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
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