7th Kuopio Conference 2022: Review and Renew - Changing Strategies in Collection Management
Mitschnitt einer Veranstaltung am Mittwoch, dem 7. September 2022 in der Sky Lounge der Fakultät für Mathematik, Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1, 1090 Wien
Session 2. Jasmin Lange: Preserving the Past - Digitizing and Archiving Primary Sources
PDF-Version der Präsentation: https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/o:1615630
Abstract: Research in the Humanities would not be possible without access to primary sources. In this session, we will dive into the world of Brazilian film magazines, US intelligence files and a Qur'an hidden by monks in Venice. By curating and digitizing primary source collections, we not only make rare materials more accessible, we also enrich, preserve and archive documents and research objects for generations to come.
Jasmin Lange is Chief Publishing Officer at Brill, a medium-size humanities publisher founded in 1683. As member of the management board, she is responsible for Brill's publishing strategy and leads a team of 100 editorial staff in the Netherlands, Germany, the US and Austria. She started her career at Brill in 2011 as Associate Editor and later specialized as Director Business Development in M&A, licensing, and open access. Before joining Brill, she worked for book seller Blackwell's, an academic network based at the University of Edinburgh, and completed a PhD in book history and a master's degree in business management. Jasmin believes in close cooperation between scholarly communication stakeholders and serves as board member at the STM Association, the Center for Research Libraries, and the SSH division of Dutch funding body NWO.
Kamera: Daniel Winkler, Viktor Zdrachal
Ton: Viktor Zdrachal
Schnitt: Daniel Winkler