Love Data 2024: Citizen Archivists: Empowering Student-Run Organizations to Preserve Their History with RIT Archives
Love Data is an international celebration and awareness campaign designed to build community and understanding around research data. This year's theme is “My Kind of Data”, which focuses on data equity, inclusion, and creating a kinder world through data. RIT Libraries is excited to be celebrating Love Data 2024! Please join us for the event below.
What do data and archives have in common? (Answer: Everything!) Join the RIT Archives staff for a presentation about what archives collect and why. Then, learn about how student-run organizations on campus can ensure that their shared history is preserved and made accessible for years to come. RIT Archives will suggest resources, tools, and best practices for managing your historical records and the data that lies within.
Speaker: Julia Novakovic
Julia Novakovic is the Digital Archivist in the RIT Archives.
To request interpreting services, go to: http://myAccess.rit.edu/
This event is part of Love Data programming at RIT Libraries. Other events include:
- February 5, 11:00am: How Data Can Save Family Farms with Jamie Sonneville (Zoom)
- February 6, 11:30am: The Intersection of Data and Photojournalism with Jenn Poggi and Josh Meltzer (Wallace 2410)
- February 13, 11:00am: Learning to program by transforming data into information visualization with W. Michelle Harris (Wallace 2410)
- February 14, 1:00pm: Bee My Valentine: Data Visualization in Tableau Workshop with Rebekah Walker (Wallace 2410)
When and Where
Open to the Public