This chapter outlines the process of creating a permanent online presence from a curated gallery exhibition. Creating an open access version of the exhibition on an institution’s repository preserves the experience for the future and extends its engagement to a growing online community of students, interested community members, and others beyond campus. Through the use of video and audio, as well as images and documents, we strive to create an equally engaging experience for those who are unable to attend the original installation in person. The permanent online exhibit thus extends learning opportunities and preserves important scholarly work that would otherwise disappear when the exhibit ends.
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Shankweiler, J. and Seguin, T. (2018). Lasting Experiences: Taking Galleries from Glass Cases to Online Access Repositories in Peter D. Fernandez and Kelly Tilton (Eds.), Applying Library Values to Emerging Technology (pp. 305-313). Chicago, IL: ACRL.
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