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2019 Member Meeting

Thanks to everyone who attended the 2019 Member Meeting! The final repot out from the event is linked below, along with materials from the meeting. Please contact Jessica Rohr (jbelle@hathitrust.org) with any specific questions on the 2019 meeting or future events.

December 2019 Report: What You Want to Know: HathiTrust Staff Answer Your Questions

2019 Member Meeting Main Slides

2019 Member Meeting Breakfast Slides

Other resources:

2019 Collaborative Notes: Google doc

2019 HathiTrust Member Meeting
Driving and Supporting Change in the Research Ecosystem

HathiTrust has framed a significant part of its strategic directions around the theme of Transformation, enabling our members to collectively address challenges that they could not on their own. Our focus for the 2019 Member Meeting is on the processes, programs, or activities that we can undertake to drive that transformation. We’ll also consider the many current and future changes in the research ecosystem and how those will affect libraries and HathiTrust. 

Activities and discussion will encourage the exchange of ideas on how HathiTrust can support every stage of the scholarly lifecycle and serve as a catalyst for emerging forms of research, teaching and learning. 

Attendees will contribute to a collective understanding of the emerging needs in our community that HathiTrust is best able to address. HathiTrust will share how members and library leaders can then communicate the value of HathiTrust to their stakeholders, from users to senior leadership.

Incorporating feedback from last year’s meeting, the 2019 Member Meeting Program Planning Committee is designing an agenda focused on interactive table discussions, presentations from members and HathiTrust staff, ample time for networking and socializing, as well as tools and materials to take back to your libraries.  

Plan to Attend the 2019 Member Meeting

There is no registration fee for attendance and registration includes two meals and refreshments. Members are responsible for travel and hotel.

Registration is due by September 30, 2019. Room reservations at Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel will be open until that date.

2019 Member Meeting
Wednesday, October 23, 2019. 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. CT
Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel, 5300 N. River Road, Rosemont, IL  60018
Phone (847) 544-5300

Member Representatives should have received a registration link in an email. If you did not receive this email, contact Melissa Stewart (mmstewa@hathitrust.org). 

Who Should Attend? 

We strongly encourage attendance from the member representative, director, or dean of HathiTrust members, but their appointed delegates may attend.  Although the member meeting may not feature voting, it is important that attendees either be the voting representative or have the authority delegated to them. 

We also plan to include lightning talks from members, highlighting use cases and accomplishments that would not have been possible without HathiTrust, and that could be replicated by other members. A limited number of spaces will be available to accommodate additional attendees who are presenting lightning talks.   

2019 Member Meeting Agenda

Breakfast available for meeting participants (60 minutes)

Welcome and Introductions (15 minutes)
Günter Waibel, California Digital Library
Chair, HathiTrust Board of Governors

Report to Members (30 minutes)
Mike Furlough, Executive Director, HathiTrust
Report on previous year progress, announcements, forthcoming work

2020 HathiTrust Budget & Fee Model Changes (20 minutes)
Mike Furlough, Executive Director, HathiTrust
Kenning Arlitsch, Incoming Chair, HathiTrust Board of Governors, Montana State University

HathiTrust Research Center (30 minutes)
Eleanor Koehl

BREAK (fifteen minutes)

HathiTrust: What’s New in Support, Services, and Access (50 minutes)
HathiTrust Staff

Preview of Afternoon (5 minutes)
Kenning Arlitsch, Montana State University
Incoming Chair, HathiTrust Board of Governors

Lunch (45 minutes)

Speaker, Neela Banerjee, Inside Climate News (45 minutes)
Mapping the American Anomaly: How Our Investigative Journalism has used Archives to Document Climate Denialism in the United States 
Banerjee co-presented at the RBMS conference in July 2019, addressing the Documentation of Climate Change Paradigms, which explored climate change narratives built on “documents” beyond ordinary collecting contexts, as well as how the types of evidence available for these histories affect notions of causality, accountability, uncertainty, and hope.

BREAK (15 minutes)

Discussion Activity (60 minutes)
All Attendees

BREAK (10 minutes)

Lightning Talks by Members w/ Q&A (30 minutes)

Introduction by Karla Strieb, The Ohio State University and Chair of the HathiTrust Program Steering Committee
TRAIL: how a grassroots digitization effort became the Hathi Trust’s 24th largest content contributor, Mel DeSart, Head, Engineering Library and Head, Mathematics Research Library at the University of Washington & current Chair of TRAIL
Magnifying Value: A Look At Hathitrust Through A Preservation Lens, Andrew Hart, Preservation Librarian, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Load ‘Em Up and Open Up Discovery! Salwa Ismail, AUL Digital Initiatives and Information Technology, Associate CIO for UC Berkeley Library
Hidden in Plain Sight: The Public Domain of the 20th Century, Greg Cram, Associate Director, Copyright and Information Policy, New York Public Library
Expanding Access through Collaboration: Stanford, Yale, and Copyright Review, Daniel Dollar, Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Resources, Yale University Library
Success with HTRC Workshop at McGill Library, Joseph Hafner, Associate Dean, Collection Services, McGill University Library

Closing Remarks (5 minutes)
Mike Furlough

2019 Member Meeting Program Planning Committee

Mike Furlough, Chair, Executive Director, HathiTrust
Kenning Arlitsch, Montana State University
Lisa Carter, University of Wisconsin
Maria Estorino, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Frances Maloy, Union College
Jessica Rohr, HathiTrust
Melissa Stewart, HathiTrust
Heather Weltin, HathiTrust
Wade Wyckoff, McMaster University