PEGI-hosted Webinars

May 6, 2019

National Forum Summary and Report

Webinar Coordinator: Deborah Yun Caldwell


Join us Monday, May 6th, at 1:00 PM E.T. as we discuss our National Forum Summary and Report. We will discuss the contents of the report and possible next steps for the project. Click here to join or to add it to your calendar.


May 14, 2018

PEGI Mini-Forum Webinar II


Webinar Coordinator: Shari Laster
Moderators: Lynda Kellam, Scott Matheson, James Jacobs


This webinar was the second of our two scheduled webinar mini-forums. This webinar brings together several projects working to identify, collection, and preserve born-digital government information, and the advocacy and coordination that it takes to accomplish this work.

Runtime: 68 minutes

Guest presenters

Rachel Mattson, Curator of the Tretter Collection for GLBT Studies at the University of Minnesota Libraries & Founder/co-leader of the Digital Library Federation's interest group on Government Records Transparency & Accountability
Brandon Locke, Director of  LEADR at Michigan State University & Founder & co-organizer of Endangered Data Week
Bernard F. Reilly, President of the Center for Research Libraries
Justin Schell, Director of Shapiro Design Lab & Member of the Environmental Data & Governance Initiative (EDGI)
Bethany Wiggin, Founding Director of the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities 
Patricia Kim, Program Coordinator of the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities
Heather Joseph, Executive Director, SPARC


Click here to download PDF slides presented in this webinar.


March 19, 2018

PEGI Mini-Forum Webinar I


Webinar Presenters: Martin Halbert, Marie Concannon
Moderators: Lynda Kellam, Scott Matheson


This webinar was the first of our two scheduled webinar mini-forums. This webinar was intended to give a general overview of the PEGI Project and asked attendees to participate in our three question survey. To take the survey, click here:  

Total runtime: 45 minutes


Click here to download PDF slides presented in this webinar.