Christine Kim, UCI
Kelsi Evans, UCSF
Robin Katz, UCR
Sherri Berger, CDL
Provide guidance to contributors and partners on what types of exhibitions could be created (e.g. digital companion to physical exhibition, campus anniversary, etc.).
Develop some research/editorial standards that align with Calisphere’s content strategy and uphold the trusted reputation of the University.
Assign responsibility and/or suggest a process for reference and ongoing stewardship of exhibitions.
Recommend a model (or models) for creating and evaluating exhibitions relative to the above guidelines and accounting for a range of exhibition authors (e.g. archivists, students, multi-institution collaborations, independent contractors, UC/non-UC, etc.)
Environmental scan of potential models and their resource needs, e.g. eScholarship Journals application, Lowcountry Digital History Initiative peer-review process.
Development of the guidelines / standards outlined in the objectives.
Development of a questionnaire, MOU, and/or revision to Calisphere terms of service that can be used immediately to create and evaluate exhibitions.
Recommendation for long-term model (if different from short-term strategy above) and/or opportunities that should be further explored (e.g. a collaborative grant).
January - March 2017