LC Labs Letter: November 2020
LC LABS LETTER
A Monthly Roundup of News and Thoughts from the Library of Congress Labs Team
It’s not too late: apply to be a CCHC researcher today!
The call for researchers to work with Library collections at scale as part of the Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud (CCHC) project is still live! We anticipate selecting up to four research projects from three Program Areas. Submit a 2-page concept paper by 12:00 pm EST on November 30, 2020 to be considered.
As a reminder:
You can also read more about how the project plans to inform the design of possible service models in the GLAM sector in this recent article.
Announcing Speculative Annotation: the 2021 Innovator in Residence project
LC Labs is pleased to announce visual, research-based artist Courtney McClellan as the 2021 Innovator in Residence! McClellan’s project, Speculative Annotation, will invite Americans to creatively engage with a curated collection of free to use items from the Library’s vast treasure chest centered on the question: how does the past influence the future?
With just a web browser, Speculative Annotation will present items from Library collections for students, teachers or any users to annotate through captions, drawings and other types of visual expression. Working with Library curators, grade school students and teachers in the classroom, McClellan’s project will encourage students to engage firsthand wit primary sources – and support conversations between students and educators about these historical objects.
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