Open Folklore receives the 2011 Outstanding Collaboration Citation from Association of Library Collections and Technical Services
It’s been a while since I posted. I’ve really been meaning to put up Part Two of the Future of Digital Preservation post , but I’ve been busy with so many other things. I am also working on a post on a recent discussion about ethnographic archives on the Society for Ethnomusicology email list and one about some recent projects at work, but for now, I just wanted to share the news that the Open Folklore project is the recipient of the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services‘ 2011 Outstanding Collaboration Citation.
The Outstanding Collaboration Citation:
recognizes and encourages collaborative problem-solving efforts in the areas of acquisition, access, management, preservation, or archiving of library materials. It recognizes a demonstrated benefit from actions, services, or products that improve and benefit providing and managing library collections.
You can read the Indiana University press release about the award here. Congratulations all around, the award is much deserved!