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Decolonisation of Arctic library and archive metadata

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Please join us for a talk by Sandy Campbell on the decolonization of metadata, descriptive cataloguing, archival description, classification systems, subject headings, and other terminology used by libraries and archives. Sandy has been instrumental in establishing the University of the Arctic’s DALAM thematic network on decolonizing library metadata. This network serves as a community of practice for librarians, archivists and information professionals in the Arctic who work in this area. Sandy’s talk will also outline what decolonisation means in the Canadian context.

SPRI members: Please join us in the Seminar Room from 13:45 for a quick introduction to PHaSS before we start the session.

This talk is part of the Polar Humanities and Social Sciences ECR Workshop series.

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