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<p><strong>Proposals for discussions/presentations</strong></p> <ul> <ul> <ul> <li><a href="http://prisonbooks.info/">Internationalist Prison Books Collective</a></li> <li><a href="https://zines.barnard.edu/blogs/zine-library-copying-scanning-policies-survey">Survey</a> of zine makers' attitudes about scanning zines for ILL &amp; copying for incarcerated people: <a href="http://www.slideshare.net/jenna/copying-scanning-zines-for-interlibrary-loan-and">results/report</a>--Jenna 4</li> <li>zines union catalog update and planning--Milo and Jenna some</li> <li>develop code of ethics (about including metadata not included in the zine but easily found online or that you just know) --Jenna, based on Zine Librarians List thread with Kurt, Jude and Honor - lots</li> <li>Show &amp; tell from Bingham Center zine collection- Kelly W (can also talk about instruction) <span style="line-height: 1.5em;">+2 lots</span></li> <li>"In-Scope 'enemy'" discussion about access or censorship or objectionable materials that fall within your institution's collection scope. - Milo (who recently received a donation of a gay nazi publication) many</li> <li>Wikipedia and/or ZineWiki editing session--Jenna +1 some</li> <li>supporting zine librarians in trouble  some -some</li> </ul> </ul> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li><a href="http://durhamsupergraphic.com/">SuperGraphic</a> may be able to host a low cost/free screenprinting workshop. (This isn't happening, but you can still check them out!)</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Ideas from Registration Survey</strong></p> <ul> <li>Want to learn: linked open data, want to learn/share: forms, policies and procedures </li> <li>I am interested in furthering the xZinecorex discussion.</li> <li>I'm also into archives and digital humanities stuff... +2 +1forDHa few </li> <li>workshop on zine cataloging using RDA +2 some</li> <li>Considerations or best practices for zinester authority records +1 [I think this is related to code of ethics above] conflate?</li> <li>crowdsourcing zine cataloging +1</li> <li>starting student zine clubs few</li> <li>Radical Zine Distros in Prison Books &amp; Prisoner Support Projects  combine with ill report back</li> <li>Present about some of the Latin American zines we have in our collection (UNC Chapel Hill), or about Triangle Book Arts, or about a couple of technical projects we have going on: adding photos of our artists' books to ARTstor, and using Zotero to create a critical index of artists' books (which could be applicable to zines, I'd think...).</li> <li>Any Latino  xine representation?</li> <li>How to get started</li> <li>'zine making, 'zine collections for high schools</li> <li>Zine Tour Organizing Strategies +2 </li> <li>I had programmers make a custom game platform for competitive cataloguing zines that I'd love to do a demo on. +1!</li> <li>I'm really interested in learning more about volunteer outreach/work-study students,</li> <li>and how other libraries have shaped their acquisition policy. </li> <li>How to Use &amp; Implement Non-Hierarchical Categories +2</li> <li>Interested in learning about fundraising/501c3 stuff, as well as best shelving and preservation techniques... I Could talk about how Papercut organizes ourselves as a collective using online tools as well as meeting structure etc. (this could be a panel or a discussion, ideally)</li> <li>Interested in learning more about student zine clubs, which we're working to start at New Paltz. Also interested in cataloging issues, thesauri, etc.&gt;</li> <li>Interested in learning about fundraising/501c3 stuff, as well as best shelving and preservation techniques... I Could talk about how Papercut organizes ourselves as a collective using online tools as well as meeting structure etc. (this could be a panel or a discussion, ideally)</li> <li>Particularly interested in POC zines outside of the "punk" label +1</li> <li>Joshua/Kelly/Violet can report out on the Zine Pavilion at ALA -- and maybe raise some questions about how to continue working with ALA in a sustainable, zinester-friendly way. Jenna adds: should we try to expand ZP to PLA and ACRL?</li> <li>barefoot librarians</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Extra Curricular: Zine Research</strong></p> <p>If you want to use our zine collections, for research or for fun, you may need to request boxes in advance! Check out our <a href="http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/findingdb/zines/collections/">list of Bingham Center zine collections</a>  and then follow the "Request" buttons in the catalog or collection guides to register and get the boxes you want. The first 7 boxes of the <a href="http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/findingaids/sarahdyercollection/">Sarah Dyer collection</a> and all of the <a href="http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/findingaids/ruscinailecia/">Ailecia Ruscin collection</a> live on site all the time, so they will be available at any time.</p>
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