A Qualtrics form - requires a URL for the relevant item
Other fields for additional details - optional
Can share email address, but not required
Statement is also linked in footer of IU Digital Collections site, as well as Image Collections Online site (this site will eventually be superseded by Digital Collections site). Planning to add link to Media Collections site and Archives Online sites as well.
Statement will not be linked in context of library catalog, IUCAT, at this time.
Also have a DCS Harmful Language Support manual on internal Confluence page (not publicly accessible). Get notice when something is reported in qualtrics, connected to Jira for taking action through automated ticketing.
DCS is serving as intermediary between users and collection managers
Have a plan to review the statement annually - DCS team will be responsible for the review. Would try to connect with other departments about possible areas of expansion (IUCAT, etc).
Since they are migrating, they have not tackled the issue of including it locally
Distinction between harmful description vs content - many participants have tried to address both in their statements. At Northwestern, they are creating 2 different statements.
At Duke, they released a statement in the fall, linked in many places. Curious that many of us have not had things reported yet. Valuable to talk and think through the workflow, so now the formalized workflow is in place, even if ends up being used mostly internally.
Kim Leaman and Kate Lynch, Princeton University - Formation of a dedicated working group to identify and address concerns with regard to Harmful Content in our Library Collections
Kim and Kate are members of Princeton’s Harmful Content Working Group
Spanning various stakeholders across library
Determine workflows for addressing harmful content
producing a Statement on Harmful content similar to that of the Library’s Statement on Language in Description