Have you used it?

Always Already Computational: Collections as Data is drawing to a close!

If you’ve used anything from the project we’d love to hear about it. Have you used the Santa Barbara Statement on Collections as Data? The personas? The facets? Has the project helped support any actions in your local, regional, or larger professional context? For example, a change in workflows, an influence on strategic directions, contributing to external funding effort, development of workshops, (re)defining roles and responsibilities?

Any and all responses are welcome.

Survey here.

Many thanks,

Thomas Padilla, University of Nevada Las Vegas

Laurie Allen, University of Pennsylvania

Stewart Varner, University of Pennsylvania

Sarah Potvin, Texas A&M University

Elizabeth Russey Roke, Emory University

Hannah Frost, Stanford University