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Transcript: Opening Remarks at Archiving Kenya's Past and Futures

Transcript of Opening Remarks at "Archiving Kenya’s Past and Futures: Stewardship and Care of Research Data"

November 12, 2019

Venue: McMillan Library

Speakers:

Angela Okune

Leonida Mutuku

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Nov. 12, 2019 collaborative analytic questions

AO: This was the hand-out given to participants upon entry to invite them to think with us throughout the day based on their observations, experiences and the discussion.Read more

Nov. 12, 2019 consent form

AO: This is a copy of the consent form that all event participants completed upon entry. They were emailed a copy to review the day before the event as well and some even came with a printed and already completed copy to the event. A few of the attendees decided they wished to remain anonymous...Read more

Transcript: Panel 1 at Archiving Kenya's Past and Futures

Transcript of Panel 1 Discussion at "Archiving Kenya’s Past and Futures: Stewardship and Care of Research Data"

November 12, 2019

Venue: McMillan Library

Moderator: Leonida Mutuku

Speakers:

Leah Komen

Joyce Wangari

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Photos from "Archiving Kenya’s Past and Futures"

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Panel 1: Promoting and Supporting Student Interests in Research and Archiving

This photo was taken of Panel 1 on "Promoting and supporting student interests in research and archiving" at the November 12, 2019 event on "Archiving Kenya’s Past and Futures."

Panel participants included Dr. Leah Komen, Daystar University; Joyce Wangari, Eider Africa; Dr. Osogo Ambani, Strathmore University Press; and Njuki Githethwa, Ukombozi Library.

Panel 2: Expanding Forms of Research Outputs

This is a photo taken from Panel 2 on "Expanding Forms of Research Outputs" at the November 12, 2019 event on "Archiving Kenya’s Past and Futures." Panel participants included Syokau Mutonga, Book Bunk; Tayiana Chao, African Digital Heritage; Esther Obachi, University of Nairobi Libraries; and Aurelia Munene, Eider Africa.

Panel 3: Data Localisation and Governance

This is a photo from Panel 3 on "Data Localisation and Governance" at the November 12, 2019 event on "Archiving Kenya’s Past and Futures."

Panel participants included Phares Kariuki, Node Africa; Micah Rachuonyo, Kenya Bureau of Standards; Grace Bomu, Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (CIPIT) - Strathmore University; Richard Nzuki Nzioki, International Development Research Centre (IDRC); and Muchiri Nyaggah, Local Development Research Institute (LDRI).

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