29 Association of Research Libraries Research Library Issues 300 — 2020 community will also be explored, with a view to supporting our constituents’ self-directed learning, enrichment, and self-care needs in our spaces. Learning from the lessons of our matrix-reporting Mellon Fellows, UMLLAM will also be looking more closely at integrated workflows with a view to not only identifying (and shifting) overlaps but also, and perhaps more interestingly, discovering new opportunities for ever more innovative programming and sharing more professional positions. Shared storage is another promising vein that UMLLAM will be mining in the future. Binding all of these efforts together is a shared commitment to the mission and vision of our parent organization to excellence in the service of higher education to supporting personal growth and development on our campus and throughout our community and advancing DEAI while also helping to build out a sustainable pipeline of future museum and library staff from underrepresented, underserved communities. Endnotes 1. Jill Deupi and Charles Eckman, Prospects and Strategies for Deep Collaboration in the Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums Sector (Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami, 2016), https:// scholarship.miami.edu/permalink/01UOML_INST/105q9vf/ alma991031447656302976. 2. CREATE website, University of Miami, accessed June 3, 2020, https:// create.miami.edu/. 3. “Object-Based Learning,” University of Miami Academic Technologies website, accessed June 3, 2020, https:// academictechnologies.it.miami.edu/explore-technologies/technology- summaries/object-based-learning/index.html. 4. Animating Antiquity website, accessed June 3, 2020, https:// animating-antiquity.lowe.yourcultureconnect.com/. 5. Animating Antiquity ARH33/CLA 226 course website, University of Miami, Spring 2019, https://www.animatingantiquity.net/.