Introduction to SCNet's Webinar Series

SCNet and iDigBIo are pleased to announce a series of webinars centered on supporting small collections and establishing SCNet as a collaborative resource for small collections and the professionals who manage them. Each webinar in this series will be held 3:00-4:00 p.m. EST on the dates shown below. Meetings are virtual and accessible online at No special software outside of an internet browser is required to access the virtual meeting room. You may login by selecting “Enter as guest,” entering your name, and clicking “Enter Room.” Anyone interested in supporting and sustaining small collections is welcome to participate. Seminars are structured to allow a 20–30-minute introduction followed by participant questions and discussion. A headset is recommended for best audio.
See recordings of previous webinars here.
The initial webinar series includes:
The Role of SPNHC in Supporting the Sustainability of Small Collections (14 Apr 2014)
Building the Small Collections Network: A Model from ECN (21 Apr 2014)
Documenting the Importance of Small Collections (12 May 2014)
The Future of Funding for Small Collections (19 May 2014)
Large Collections Supporting Small Collections (2 June 2014)
AIM-UP!: Advancing Integration of Musuems into Undergraduate Programs (9 June 2014)
To receive automated meeting/webinar announcements and reminders, please join the SCNet listserv by sending an email to with the following command in the body of the email: subscribe IDIGBIOSCNET-L first_name last_name. Meetings and seminars are also announced via Twitter. Follow @idiggilnelson.
Please address questions to Gil Nelson ( or Anna Monfils (monfi1ak@CMICH.EDU).