LIS Student Tammy Tran will give lightning talk at Digital Cultural Heritage DC (DCHDC)

LIS student Tammy Tran will participate in graduate student lightning talks at Digital Cultural Heritage DC (DCHDC) meet up (https://www.meetup.com/Digital-Cultural-Heritage-DC/), January 21, 2020, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm, German Historical Institute on Dupont Circle. Tammy will present a case study from her coursework which includes investigative questions regarding Dumbarton Oaks and its current on-going project with Global Plants on JSTOR. Her talk will cover Dumbarton Oaks’ history of community-building within the theory and practices of LAM/GLAM Convergence.

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