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Friday, March 30 • 8:00am - 12:00pm
VREPS Workshop: Value, Role, & Meaning: An Institutional Approach to Understanding Visual Resource Management LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

CO-ORGANIZERS/CO-MODERATORS:
  • Amy Lazet, Visual Resources Specialist, College for Creative Studies
  • Chelsea Stone, Digital Resources & Projects Management Librarian, Sacred Heart University

$20.00 | Limited to 25 participants.
Online Registration
(December 8th-March 16th)

In the rapidly changing field of visual resources, explaining your responsibilities and advocating for your position with administration can be increasingly complex. In this workshop, we will explore the different duties and roles VR professionals perform and provide examples of the ways your VR colleagues explain the value of their work to both peers and superiors. This workshop will provide a broad range of experiences, including: a panel of professionals from academia, archives, and museums featuring Sarah Gillis of the Worcester Art Museum, Lesley Chapman of Colgate University, Chris Strasbaugh of The Ohio State University, and Justine Tobiasz of The Chicago Tribune; individual activities to help you articulate the value of your position and develop your own elevator speech; and tips for ways to increase the visibility of your position to your community. Participants will leave this workshop with a greater understanding of the tasks other VR professionals engage in and a concrete starting point for how best to explain your personal responsibilities and make a strong case to administration for the value of your position.

Sponsors
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Visual Resources Association Foundation

The Visual Resources Association Foundation (VRAF) strives to strengthen the visual resources field by increasing public and professional awareness of visual information management, while advocating for the value of images and visual media in the teaching and learning environment... Read More →


Friday March 30, 2018 8:00am - 12:00pm EDT
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