2016 Conference Programs

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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 09/Nov/2016
1:00pm
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3:15pm
registration: DIGITAL PRESERVATION 2016
Location: Foyer

Welcome, NDSA community, to #digipres16! If you haven't already picked up your registration materials, you'll find us in the lobby. 

3:15pm
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4:00pm
#digipres16 plenary: welcome to Digital Preservation 2016, NDSA reports and awards
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Micah Altman, MIT

welcoming remarks and NDSA working group reports, along with our presentation of the 2016 NDSA Innovation awards!

4:00pm
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5:00pm
#digipres16 keynote: keynote talk by Bergis Jules
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Helen Tibbo, UNC-Chapel Hill

welcoming remarks and NDSA working group reports, along with our presentation of the 2016 NDSA Innovation awards!

 

Digital Preservation 2016 Keynote Talk: "Confronting Our Failure of Care Around the Legacies of Marginalized People in the Archives"

Bergis Jules

University of California, Riverside, United States of America

5:00pm
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5:15pm
minute madness: #digipres16 Poster "Minute Madness" session
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Margaret Maes, Legal Information Preservation Alliance

A fast-paced tour of all the posters you'll see in the Imperial Ballroom during our opening reception! 

 

Next Steps... Processing of and Access to Electronic Records

Carol Kussmann, Valerie Collins

University of Minnesota Libraries, United States of America


Web Archiving Environmental Scan - A Harvard Library Report

Gail Truman1, Abigail Bordeaux2

1: Truman Technologies, United States of America; 2: Harvard University Library, United States of America


Constructing collections, designing digital preservation programs in Mexico: a case study

Natalie Baur

Independent, Mexico City


Preservation and Curation of ETD Research Data and Complex Digital Objects

Katherine Skinner1, Sam Meister2, Michael Boock3

1: Educopia Institute, United States of America; 2: MetaArchive Cooperative, United States of America; 3: Oregon State University Libraries & Press, United States of America


Foundations to Actions: Extending Innovations to Digital Libraries in Partnership with NDSR Learners

Constance Rinaldo1, Trish Rose-Sandler2, Leora Siegel3, Carolyn Sheffield4, Douglas Holland5, Richard Hulser6, Martin Kalfatovic7

1: Ernst Mayr Library of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University; 2: Center for Biodiversity Informatics (CBI) Missouri Botanical Garden; 3: Lenhardt Library Chicago Botanic Garden; 4: Program Manager, Biodiversity Heritage Library; 5: Library Director, Missouri Botanical Garden; 6: Chief Librarian, Research Library and Archives Natural History Museum Los Angeles County; 7: Associate Director, Digital Programs and Initiatives Division, Smithsonian Libraries || Program Director, Biodiversity Heritage Library


Performing Quality Assurance (QA) as NYARC Web Archiving Fellows

Megan DeArmond, Audrey Lorberfeld

New York Art Resources Consortium, United States of America


Digital Asset Management at Michigan Tech's Van Pelt and Opie Library

Annelise Doll, Lindsay Hiltunen

Michigan Technological University, United States of America


Preserving Informal Astronomy: Arceli, the PressForward Plugin, and the Archiving of Scientific Communications

Stephanie Westcott1,3, Kelle Cruz2, Eric Olson1,3

1: Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media; 2: Arceli; 3: PressForward Project


Preserving Their Experience: Students as Donors

Micha Broadnax

Emerson College, United States of America


Collective AV Preservation Problem-solving via the AMIA/DLF Hack Day

Steven Villereal

University of Virginia Library, United States of America

5:15pm
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7:00pm
NDSA reception: celebration and poster session
Location: Imperial Ballroom

Please join us for light refreshments, interesting posters, and lots of good cheer at the conference reception!

Date: Thursday, 10/Nov/2016
7:30am
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8:30am
continental breakfast
Location: Imperial Ballroom
8:30am
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10:00am
#r1a: initiatives
Location: Grand West
 

The Library of Congress's National Digital Initiatives Program

Jaime Mears, Mike Ashenfelder

Library of Congress, United States of America


Designing Scalable Preservation Cyberinfrastructure for the Management of Billions of Archival Records

Richard Marciano, Gregory Jansen

University of Maryland


From Producer to Repository: Creating the Cornerstone of a Successful State Digital Repository

Sarah Grimm, Carey Clifton-Meyers

Wisconsin Historical Society, United States of America

#r1b: panel session
Location: Grand Center
 

Never Heard the Word Impossible: Accountability, Stewardship, and Community in Digital Preservation Practices

Bradley Daigle1, Heidi Dowding2, Christian Dahlhausen3, Dina Sokolova4, Nathan Hall5

1: University of Virginia; 2: Indiana University; 3: Academic Preservation Trust; 4: Columbia University; 5: Virginia Tech

#r1c: workflows
Location: Grand East
 

Module Digital Preservation Workflow

Michael Muraszko

WGBH Educational Foundation, United States of America


Mapping how the work flows: Documenting and analyzing digital preservation workflows across multiple communities

Sam Meister

Educopia Institute, United States of America


ArchivesSpace-Archivematica-DSpace Workflow Integration

Max Eckard

Bentley Historical Library, United States of America

#r1d: panel session
Location: Kings
 

Seeking a national agenda to save born-digital news: Dodging the Memory Hole 2016

Edward McCain1, Katherine Skinner2, Todd Grappone3, To be announced student4

1: University of Missouri, United States of America; 2: Educopia Institute, United States of America; 3: University of California, Los Angeles; 4: library science student who attended (to be announced)

10:00am
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10:15am
morning break
Location: Foyer
10:15am
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11:45am
#r2a: repository tools & systems
Location: Grand West
 

KEEPS – a system for UELMA preservation and security

Daniel Kruse, Jason Duffing, Jason Judt, Nayna Nayate, Tim Orr

Minnesota Legislature, United States of America


The added value of offering high end visualisation tools in combination with long term preservation services to promote preservation and accessibility of research data and digital collections

Roxanne Wyns

LIBIS - KU Leuven, Belgium


Building an Evaluation Tool out of NDSA Levels of Digital Preservation

Nathan Hall

Virginia Tech, United States of America

#r2b: completeness & quality
Location: Grand Center
 

Portico Completeness Tools

Amy Kirchhoff

ITHAKA/Portico/JSTOR


Accessible Preservation on a Budget: One cost-effective approach to producing and preserving quality digital content

David Mindel

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, United States of America


Digital Collection Care: Working with Invalid TIFF Files

Nick Krabbenhoeft

New York Public Library, United States of America

#r2c: panel session
Location: Grand East
 

Funding for Digital Library Projects: Opportunities, Issues & Themes

Nicole Ferraiolo1, Trevor Owens2, Joel Wurl3, Chris Barr4

1: Council on Library and Information Resources; 2: Institute of Museum and Library Services; 3: National Endowment for the Humanities; 4: Knight Foundation

#r2d: panel session
Location: Kings
 

Enhancing Communities of Practice Online

Mary Alice Ball1, Karl-Rainer Blumenthal2, Karen Cariani3, Jaime Mears1, Margo Padilla4

1: Library of Congress, United States of America; 2: Internet Archive, United States of America; 3: WGBH, United States of America; 4: Metropolitan New York Library Council, United States of America

11:45am
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1:00pm
lunch 1: lunchtime working session
Location: Grand West

Talk with your mouth full! Lunchtime sessions will formally begin at noon or whenever everyone is seated with a plate and ready to go.

 

Next Steps for Innovators: NDSA Innovation Group Lunch

Sheila Morrissey2, Bethany Nowviskie1

1: CLIR+DLF, United States of America; 2: Portico, United States of America

lunch 2: lunchtime working session
Location: Grand Center

Talk with your mouth full! Lunchtime sessions will formally begin at noon or whenever everyone is seated with a plate and ready to go.

 

Fixity: A Deep Dive into the Bits

Aaron Collie1, Sibyl Schaefer2, Carol Kussmann3, Meg Phillips4

1: Michigan State University; 2: University of California, San Diego; 3: University of Minnesota; 4: National Archives and Records Administration

lunch 3: lunchtime working session
Location: Grand East

Talk with your mouth full! Lunchtime sessions will formally begin at noon or whenever everyone is seated with a plate and ready to go.

 

NDSA Content Working Group Meeting

Lauren Work1, Maureen Harlow2

1: University of Virginia, United States of America; 2: PBS, United States of America

lunch buffet
Location: Foyer

Not joining a working session? Find a cosy spot to eat lunch with colleagues. Otherwise, grab a plate to go!

1:00pm
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2:30pm
#r3a: communities & roles
Location: Grand West
 

Digital Preservation Is Not a Solo Act: Creating and Sustaining Library, University, and Community Partnerships to Preserve Digital Objects

Pamela Mitchem, Matt Ransom

Appalachian State University, United States of America


"Pssst….we're over here: Challenges and Strategies for Archiving Communities of Color”

Diana Rivera, Grace Morris

Michigan State University, United States of America


The Digital Archivist: Defining roles and responsibilities

Jeremy Floyd

University of Nevada, Reno, United States of America


Teaching the Masses about Research Data Management, Curation, & Preservation

Helen Tibbo

UNC-Chapel Hill, United States of America

#r3b: collection development
Location: Grand Center
 

What Works and What Doesn’t? Developing Guidelines for Incoming Digital Content

Jody DeRidder, Alissa Helms

University of Alabama Libraries, United States of America


Beyond Floppy Disks — Collecting Digital Content For Libraries and Archives Today

Bertram Lyons

AVPreserve, United States of America


An Environmental Scan of Software Repositories

Micah Altman, Lucy Taylor

MIT, United States of America

#r3c: panel session
Location: Grand East
 

Power to the people: A discussion of personal digital arching labs

Lauren Algee1, Samantha Abrams2, Dorthea Salo3, Rachel Mattson4

1: DC Public Library, United States of America; 2: Madison Public Library; 3: University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Information Studies; 4: XFR Collective

#r3d: panel session
Location: Kings
 

Community Not Competitors: developing and communicating digital preservation niches

Mary Molinaro1, Dave Pcolar1, Sibyl Schafer2, Chip German3, Sebastien Korner4, Aaron Choate5, Kristi Park6, Debra Hanken Kurz7, Carissa Smith7

1: Digital Preservation Network, United States of America; 2: Chronopolis, University of California San Diego, California; 3: APTrust, University of Virginia Library, Virginia; 4: HathiTrust, University of Michigan, Michigan; 5: Texas Preservation Node, University of Texas at Austin, Texas; 6: Texas Digital Library, Texas; 7: DuraSpace, United States of America

2:30pm
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2:45pm
afternoon break
Location: Foyer
2:45pm
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4:15pm
#r4a: preservation strategies
Location: Grand West
 

Developing an enterprise-wide digital preservation strategy

Carolyn Caizzi1, Amy Rudersdorf2

1: Northwestern University Libraries, United States of America; 2: AVPreserve


Strategies in saving dynamic, born-digital news content

Katherine Boss, Meredith Broussard, Eva Revear

New York University, United States of America


Assessing Risk to Drive Decision Making

Meghan Frazer1, Judith Cobb1, Liz Bishoff2

1: OhioLINK, United States of America; 2: The Bishoff Group LLC, United States of America

#r4b: web archiving/best practices
Location: Grand Center
 

Recommending community best practices for metadata in the Digital Preservation Network: a progress report by the DPN Preservation Metadata Standards working group

Moriah Caruso1, Liz Woolcott2, Drew Krewer3, Jennifer Mullins4

1: University of Washington, Seattle, WA.; 2: Utah State University, Logan, UT.; 3: University of Houston, Houston, TX.; 4: Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.


I Knew When I Met You an Adventure was going to Happen: Forced Change and Happy Outcomes

Jeff Downing

University of Texas at Arlington Libraries, United States of America


Results of the NDSA Web Archiving Survey, 2016

Edward McCain1, Christie Moffatt2

1: University of Missouri, MU Libraries & Reynolds Journalism Institute; 2: National Library of Medicine

#r4c: panel session
Location: Grand East
 

What We Are Learning about Training for Digital Preservation

Mary Alice Ball1, Howard Besser2, George Coulbourne1, Michelle Gallinger3, Trevor Owens4

1: Library of Congress, Washington DC, United States of America; 2: New York University, New York NY, United States of America; 3: Gallinger Consulting, Washington DC, United States of America; 4: Institute of Museum and Library Services, Washington DC, United States of America

#r4d: panel session
Location: Kings
 

Building Communities of Practice in Digital Preservation: The PLN Approach

Aaron Trehub1, Cinda May2, Corey Davis3, Sam Meister4, Katherine Skinner4, Franny Gaede5

1: Auburn University, United States of America; 2: Indiana State University, United States of America; 3: University of Victoria/COPPUL, Canada; 4: Educopia Institute/MetaArchive, United States of America; 5: Butler University, United States of America

4:30pm
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5:30pm
farewell: closing Digital Preservation 2016 presentation
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Bethany Nowviskie, CLIR+DLF
 

Closing Plenary Talk: "Building Communities of Practice for a Culture of Innovation"

Allison Druin

National Park Service, United States of America


 
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