Conference Evaluation
10th Annual Digital Commonwealth Conference
Hogan Center, Holy Cross

Your assessment of this conference will help the Digital Commonwealth in planning future conferences. Your comments are important to us.

* 1. Rate your level of satisfaction with the following conference sessions.

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Digital Commonwealth & Boston Public Library Update
Keynote: Piles of Stuff:On the Challenges and Opportunities for Aggregating Digital Collections (Paul Conway)
Keynote: The Archival Edge Revisited: Reflections on the Purpose of Archives in the Digital Era (Richard Pearce-Moses)

* 2. Rate your level of satisfaction with the Conference Breakout Sessions.

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The Wilds of Brookline: The Digital Tale of a 19th Century Family and the World They Lived In
Privacy panel with Library Freedom Project and ACLU Massachusetts
National Digital Stewardship Residency - Boston Projects
The Digital Commonwealth Repository System Development Session: Year in Review and Future Directions
The Massachusetts Historical Records Advisory Board (SHRAB) Grant Program
Back to the Future: Digitizing the Next Generation of Historic Maps
Nuts and Bolts of Building the Digital Harvard Art Museums
Stayin' Alive Through Community Scanning Projects
Digitization and Preservation Forum

* 3. Rate your level of satisfaction with the conference overall. 

* 4. Which session did you find most valuable? Why?

* 5. Which session did you find least valuable? Why?

* 6. Was there anything that we did not offer that you would like to see? If so, please tell us about it:

* 7. Please rate your level of satisfaction with these conference services:

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Format and convenience of registration materials
Format and usefulness of online conference materials
Overall quality of conference presenters
Relevance of conference to your job and interests
Conference location
Conference facility
Quality of food

* 8. Suggestions for future conference programs:

* 9. Type of library or organization with which you are affiliated:

* 10. Is your institution a member of the Digital Commonwealth?

* 11. Would you be interested in serving on any of the Digital Commonwealth Committees?

* 12. Which committee are you interested in serving on?