The Collections as Data: Part to Whole team recently released their final report. The report is a summary of the last five years of work and a sharing out of discussions from the recent international summit in Vancouver. The report ends with reflections on moving forward in a way that recognizes the potential of collections as data while also focusing on harms and working to mitigate them.
Given the international scope of collections as data work, the final report has been translated into French, Spanish, and Arabic, with a Dutch translation forthcoming.
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