What to do with your old Kodachrome slides: Archiving ecological research images in an Open Access Institutional Repository
Abraham, Kenneth F
Bekit, Natan Z
Bazely, Dawn R
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This poster was presented at the Ontario Biodiversity Summit held in Niagara Falls, Canada, May 19-22, 2015: http://ontariobiodiversitysummit.ca/ 1. The Churchill Community of Knowledge Digital Archive is an Open Access research project led by York University’s Institute for Research & Innovation in Sustainability (IRIS: 2004-2015) and Libraries. It is based in our Institutional Repository. 2. Its overall goal is to document, coalesce and mobilize diverse types of research outputs from long-term ecological field work at Wapusk National Park and, more broadly, Churchill, Manitoba, with excellent metadata and stable urls. 3. Anyone can access items in the archive via prioritized Google searches. 4. Here, we describe how one researcher’s PhD field work slides were (i) digitized, (ii) had their metadata created, and (iii) are being uploaded to YorkSpace.
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