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InstitutionStaff point(s) of contact Contact email(s)Anything you'd like to share about your approach to documenting COVID-19, questions you're asking, collecting parameters, etc.
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Academy of Natural SciencesJennifer Vessjav99@drexel.eduIn planning stages right now, considering staff surveys/questionaires, work from home documentation, etc.
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American Philosophical Society
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Athenaeum of Philadelphia
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Bryn Mawr College
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City Archives
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Catholic Historical Research Center
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College of PhysiciansChrissie Perellacperella@collegeofphysicians.orgKind of still in the middle of planning stages for now. Currently aggregating public-facing College web sources emaill(!!! yikes!), websites, videos, and social media into a prototype digital exhibit using Scalar. Looking into using Webrecorder in the near future, and creating an anonymous form for (first) College staff, (second) Fellows, (third) members to submit materials.
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Curtis Institute of Music
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Drexel UniversitySarah Newhousesnewhouse@drexel.eduOffice of General Counsel says we must have a signature on paper for all donations. Currently only doing website and email collecting. We have ideas about how to reach out to our community but are unsure exactly how to proceed.
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Franklin & Marshall College
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Free Library of PhladelphiaCaitlin Goodmangoodmanca@freelibrary.orgThis feels appropriate for our Philadelphiana collections, but we haven't moved beyond a "hmm, maybe." Possibly less interested/capable in doing web archiving than in physical collections, or perhaps oral history. Concerns about sensitivity to "knowledge scraping"
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German Society of Pennsylvania
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Hagley Museum and Library
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Haverford CollegeLiz Jones-Minsingerejonesmins@haverford.eduDoing website and e-mail collecting to capture the College's official response to the pandemic. We have also created a digital submission form for members of the campus community to respond to a series of (optional) prompts about their experiences or submit digital materials. The form is restricted to Haverford community members. People can respond to the questions anonymously, but we are asking them to include their name when submitting digital materials. Respondents have the option to restrict access to the materials they submit for 25 years. All respondents must agree to a statement giving the library license to archive and preserve their submission. We are not actively collecting physical materials at the moment, but include language in the form about reaching out to the College Archivist (me) if people are interested in making a donation.
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Historical Society of Pennsylvania
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Independence Seaport Museum
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Jefferson University
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La Salle UniversityPlanning stages - drafting a survey and workflow, as well as outreach strategy. Created new Archive-It seeds to capture official response published on our covid-19 page.
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Lehigh UniversityAlex Japhaasj316@lehigh.eduCapturing specific institutional COVID-19 web pages using Webrecorder. Hopefully subscribing to Archive-It in the near future for more comprehensive web capture. Started a project for work study students to capture their throughts and experiences. Haven't launched a University wide program yet, but it is being discussed and will most likely be through Google Forms. Our social media output is officially on hold due to administrative policy, so communicating any institution-wide inititatives would be difficult.
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The Library Company of Philadelphia
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National Archives at Philadelphia
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Pennsylvania Horticultural SocietyJanet Evansjevans@pennhort.orgMcLean Library has created a COVID-19 web-archive sub-collection focusing on the PHS programmatic response via #GrowTogetherPHS, a campaign to engage our audiences in gardening at home. The campaign includes a series of daily posts on the PHS blog along with posts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. In addition, we are harvesting Philadelphia-area community gardening social media responses as well as web-based recommendations for urban agriculture during COVID-19.;
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Philadelphia Museum of ArtMarge Huangmargaret.huang@philamuseum.orgWe are doing COVID-19 related web archiving to capture the PMA's online offerings during this time.
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Presbyterian Historical Society
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Princeton University
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The Rosenbach
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Rowan University
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Science History Institute
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State Library of Pennsylvania
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Swarthmore CollegeDavid Obermayer; Emily Higgsdoerma1@swarthmore.edu; ehiggs1@swarthmore.eduOn the institutional side: we are focusing on the college's official response, emails, social media posts, website etc. but also student, faculty and staff responses via social media, emails and an oral history project.
On the Quaker side: tweets and webpages showing how Quakers are reacting to COVID-19, how it is impacting Quaker worship practices, (non-worship) events being cancelled or reconfigured, Quakers doing relief work, etc.
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Temple University
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The Union League Legacy Foundation
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United Lutheran SeminaryEvan Boydeboyd@uls.eduWe're mostly focusing on the school's official response with a small bit of email collecting around faculty reactions to those plans (and their interpretations of student reactions). We will likely put out a request post-pandemic for clergy in the region to provide some of what they did. Videos of select religous services may ultimately be preserved, as well.
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University of DelawareUD Library is not doing collection activities in response to COVID-19. Our University Archives (separate from Special Collections) are doing this work
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University of PennsylvaniaJ.M.Duffinjmduffin@upenn.eduAt the University Archives we are collecting materials relating to the response of and effects on the Penn community (broadly speaking). In addition to increasing the frequency of our website captures we created the Penn COVID-19 Community Archiving Project website which allows individuals contribute materials on-line directly to the University Archives.
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Villanova UniversityBeaudry Allenbeaudry.allen@villanova.eduhttps://library.villanova.edu/about-falvey/coronavirus/submit-your-story
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Wagner Free Institute of Science
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Widener University
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William Way LGBT Community CenterJohn Anderiesjanderies@waygay.orgWe are working on ways to document and collect people’s experiences around being queer in Philly during COVID-19. We will be using a Google Form to collect written responses to questions/prompts and also will be accepting audio and video diaries. We are also interested in capturing some of the video performances that have been going on. I think we’ll provide a way for those to be submitted to us.
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Winterthur Library
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