2016 Conference Programs

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Session Overview
Date: Sunday, 06/Nov/2016
7:30am
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9:00am
registration: DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference
Location: Foyer

Welcome, all, to #dlfLAC 2016! Pick up conference badges and registration packets for the Pre-Conference and whole week's events in the lobby.  

9:00am
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10:00am
#dlfLAC plenary: Welcome to the DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Pre-Conference and Keynote Talk
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Chelcie Rowell, Wake Forest University
Chair: Franny Gaede, Butler University

welcoming remarks by Franny Gaede, Chelcie Rowell, and Bethany Nowviskie, and a keynote talk by Jarrett Drake

 

LAC Preconference Keynote Talk: "Documenting Dissent in the Contemporary College Archive"

Jarrett Drake

Princeton University

10:00am
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10:15am
morning break
Location: Foyer
10:15am
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11:15am
#s1a: panel session
Location: Grand East
Chair: Kevin Butterfield, University of Richmond
 

Looking Backwards and Forwards: Key Findings from CLIR’s Assessment of NITLE

Elizabeth Waraksa1, Sarah Pickle2, Morgan Daniels3, Jason Brodeur4

1: Association of Research Libraries; 2: The Claremont Colleges; 3: University of Maryland; 4: McMaster University

#s1b: hands-on workshop
Location: Grand West
Chair: Shilpa Rele, Loyola Marymount University
 

Jekyll for Librarians: Developing Minimal Sites for Exhibits

Roberto Vargas, Nabil Kayshap

Swarthmore College

#s1c: hands-on workshop
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Angela Galvan, SUNY Geneseo
 

Supporting Campus Bioinformatics with Amazon Web Services and a Few Bucks

Sophia Horigan, Rishi Javia, Nick Budak, Jeremy McWilliams

Lewis & Clark College

11:20am
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12:20pm
#s2a: Engaging Undergraduates in Research
Location: Grand East
Chair: Angie Beiriger, Reed College
 

A Composite Work: Undergraduates in Digital Humanities Research

Robert Nelson

University of Richmond


Grinnell In China : Bringing Undergraduates to Archival Research

R. Cecilia Knight, Christopher Jones, Rachel Schnepper, Mark McFate, Matthew Johnson

Grinnell College

#s2b: hands-on workshop
Location: Grand West
Chair: Andrew Prellwitz, Ripon College
 

The Power of Story Maps: Learn How to Use ArcGIS and Story Maps for Digital Humanities

Amelia Kallaher, Alyson Gamble

New College of Florida

#s2c: Holding Space for Personal Development
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Angela Galvan, SUNY Geneseo
 

How to Be a "Mad Archivist": Digital Project Labs, FOSS Tools, Radical Collections, and the Value of Creative R&D.

Patrick Wallace

Middlebury College


The Slow Road to DH: or, What Use is the Grad Certificate Really?

Julie Kane

Washington and Lee University

12:20pm
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1:30pm
lunch buffet
Location: Imperial Ballroom
1:30pm
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2:10pm
#s3a: Digital Scholarship Infrastructure at Liberal Arts Colleges [1 of 2]
Location: Grand East
Chair: Ryan Clement, Middlebury College
Chair: Patrick Wallace, Middlebury College
 

Collaborating Across Units and Institutions to Support Digital Scholarship

Ryan Clement, Patrick Wallace

Middlebury College


An Integrated Model for Support for Digital Scholarship: Building Capacity among Faculty, Students and Staff

Suzanne Bonefas, Jess Newman, Wendy Trenthem

Rhodes College

#s3b: panel session
Location: Grand West
Chair: Kevin Butterfield, University of Richmond
 

Positioning Lever Press as a Partner in LAC Digital Scholarship

Rebecca Welzenbach

University of Michigan

 
2:15pm
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3:15pm
#s4a: Digital Scholarship Infrastructure at Liberal Arts Colleges [2 of 2]
Location: Grand East
Chair: Patrick Wallace, Middlebury College
Chair: Ryan Clement, Middlebury College
 

There Is No Spoon: The DS Center as Abstraction

Jacob Heil

The Five Colleges of Ohio


Changing the Shape of Liberal Arts Scholarship: A Library-Centered Approach

Carrie Johnston, Matthew Gardzina

Bucknell University


Expanding DH Capacity Through Strategic Partnerships in the Liberal Arts College Library

Ashley Sanders

Claremont Colleges Library

#s4b: hands-on workshop
Location: Grand West
Chair: Angela Galvan, SUNY Geneseo
 

Planning to Share: Open Educational Resources for Small Liberal Arts Colleges

Mackenzie Brooks, Brandon Walsh

Washington and Lee University

#s4c: hands-on workshop
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Andrew Prellwitz, Ripon College
 

Hack/Doc Partnerships for Library Projects

Joanna DiPasquale1, Francesca Livermore2, David Keiser-Clark3

1: Vassar College; 2: Wesleyan University; 3: Williams College

3:15pm
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3:30pm
afternoon break
Location: Foyer
3:30pm
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4:45pm
closing plenary: "How (And Why) Did They Make That?"
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Franny Gaede, Butler University
Chair: Chelcie Rowell, Wake Forest University

Social, cultural, & organizational aspects of project finagling

 

Without a Ten-Foot-Pole: Archiving Campus Controversies and Student Criticism on the Web and Social Media

Patrick Wallace

Middlebury College


Digital Humanities as Community Engagement in the Digital Watts Project

Melanie Hubbard

Loyola Marymount University


Voices of Industrial America: Digitization and Archives in the Liberal Arts Classroom

Deborah Tritt1, Carey Heatherly2

1: University of South Carolina Aiken; 2: University of Montevallo


The Journal of Tolkien Research: An Open-Access Peer-Reviewed Journal on Digital Commons

Brad Eden

Valparaiso University

4:45pm
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5:00pm
wrap-up: #dlfLAC Pre-Conference Closing Remarks
Location: Grand Ballroom

final remarks and thanks from the LAC Pre-Conference organizers!

Date: Monday, 07/Nov/2016
7:30am
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9:00am
continental breakfast
Location: Imperial Ballroom
registration: 2016 DLF FORUM
Location: Foyer

Welcome to the 2016 DLF Forum! Pick up conference badges and registration packets for the #DLFforum and affiliated events in the lobby.  

9:00am
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10:30am
#DLFforum plenary: welcome to the 2016 DLF Forum, awards, and keynote talk
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Bethany Nowviskie, CLIR+DLF
Chair: Janice Welburn, Marquette University

welcoming remarks, presentation of awards, and keynote talk by Stacie Williams

 

DLF Forum Keynote Talk: "All Labor is Local"

Stacie Williams

Independent Contractor

10:30am
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11:00am
morning break
Location: Foyer
11:00am
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11:55am
#m1a: UX/usability
Location: Grand West
Chair: Cynthia York, Johns Hopkins University
 

Snapshot: Prioritizing Users with Print Disabilities @ the HathiTrust Digital Library

Angelina Zaytsev

HathiTrust, United States of America


Snapshot: “So, what did you expect to happen when you clicked on that?” A report from the usability lab.

Laura Buchholz

Reed College, United States of America


Snapshot: Improving User Experience in the Carolina Digital Repository

Hannah Wang

UNC Chapel Hill, United States of America


Object-Oriented UX and Metadata for Digital Collections

Erik Radio1, Cate Kompare2

1: University of Arizona, United States of America; 2: Pixo

#m1b: Hydra+
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Rachel Appel, Bryn Mawr College
 

Hydra-in-a-Box project update

Hannah Frost1, Michael Giarlo1, Gretchen Gueguen2

1: Stanford University Libraries; 2: Digital Public Library of America


Moving the Digital Curation Needle @GVSU

Matt Schultz, Kyle Felker

Grand Valley State University Libraries, United States of America


Snapshot: Towards a unified repository solution at Washington University

Shannon Davis

Washington University, United States of America


Snapshot: Moving on to a Greater Digital Destination: Implementing Digital Asset Management and Preservation Systems at University of Houston Libraries

Anne Washington, Annie Wu, Drew Krewer, Bethany Scott, Andrew Weidner, Sean Watkins

University of Houston, United States of America

#m1c: engagement
Location: Grand East
Chair: Gabrielle Michalek, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Digital Exhibit Services as Building Blocks for Interactive Public Scholarship

Rachel Deblinger, Susan Perry

UC Santa Cruz, United States of America


Beyond Discovery: Mapping, Murals, and Communities of Practice

Andy Rutkowski

University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America


A Digital Celebration of the National Park Service Centennial

Joshua Morgan, Rachel Wittmann

Clemson University, United States of America

#m1d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

Digital Library Assessment: Collaborative Development of Guidelines and Tools

Santi Thompson1, Chrissy Rissmeyer6, Jody DeRidder3, Molly Bragg2, Christina Harlow4, Hannah Scates Kettler5

1: University of Houston; 2: Duke University; 3: University of Alabama; 4: Cornell University; 5: University of Iowa; 6: UC Santa Barbara

#m1e: panel session
Location: Kings
 

Forensics for Digital Humanities: New Objects of Inquiry, New Methodological Approaches

Sam Meister1, Bertram Lyons2, Tanya Clement3, Christopher Lee4

1: Educopia Institute, United States of America; 2: AVPreserve, United States of America; 3: School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin; 4: School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

 
12:00pm
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1:30pm
#m2a: lunchtime session
Location: Grand West
Talk with your mouth full! Lunchtime sessions will formally begin at 12:30pm or whenever everyone is seated with a plate and ready to go.
 

Digital Library Assessment Lunch

Santi Thompson1, Chrissy Rissmeyer6, Jody DeRidder3, Molly Bragg2, Christina Harlow4, Hannah Scates Kettler5

1: University of Houston; 2: Duke University; 3: University of Alabama; 4: Cornell University; 5: University of Iowa; 6: UC Santa Barbara

#m2b: lunchtime session
Location: Grand Center
 

Cite this repository!

Megan Wacha1, Roxanne Shirazi2

1: City University of New York; 2: Graduate Center, CUNY

#m2c: lunchtime session
Location: Grand East
 

Metadata Support Group

Juliet L. Hardesty1, Bria L. Parker2, Anna Neatrour3, Liz Woolcott4

1: Indiana University, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland, United States of America; 3: University of Utah, United States of America; 4: Utah State University, United States of America

#m2d: lunchtime session
Location: Presidents
 

Web Archivists and Friends Meet-Up

Karl-Rainer Blumenthal

Internet Archive, United States of America

#m2e: lunchtime session
Location: Kings
 

Transitioning Digital Scholarship Projects with Sustainability in Mind

William Shaw

Duke University, United States of America

lunch buffet
Location: Imperial Ballroom
Not joining a working session? Eat lunch with colleagues here. Otherwise, grab a plate to go!
1:30pm
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2:25pm
#m3a: collections+
Location: Grand West
Chair: Jeremy Myntti, University of Utah
 

Facilitating harmonization of metadata, curation, and records management practices among university departments creating born-digital image assets

Heidi Dowding, Nicholas Homenda

Indiana University, United States of America


Snapshot: Managing and Sharing Digital Collections with CWIS

Kendra Bouda, Corey Halpin

Internet Scout Research Group, UW-Madison


Snapshot: The OpenSESMO Project: Making Non-Traditional Library Collections Discoverable in Search Engines with Social Media Metadata and Linked Data

Doralyn Rossmann, Jason A. Clark

Montana State University, United States of America


Snapshot: An API Extension Architecture for Linked Data Repositories

Aaron Birkland

Johns Hopkins University, United States of America

#m3b: IIIF
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Jason Ronallo, NCSU Libraries
 

Digital Tools for Manuscript Study – Facilitating Knowledge Creation

Rachel Di Cresce

University of Toronto, Canada


Uncommon Objects of Delight: Recreating Count Leopoldo Cicognara’s Library

Sandra Ludig Brooke, Jon Stroop

Princeton University, United States of America


Snapshot: IIIF We Can Do It… NYU Digital Library’s IIIF Implementation Story

Carol Kassel, Alberto Ortiz Flores

NYU Libraries, United States of America


Snapshot: Image Open Access: Implementing IIIF in CONTENTdm

Carly Bogen

OCLC, United States of America

#m3c: repo collab
Location: Grand East
Chair: Ann Hanlon, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
 

Opportunities and Challenges In Implementing a Consortial Research Data Repository

Santi Thompson1, Bruce Herbert2, Kristi Park3, Sean Buckner2, Jeremy Donald4, Wendi Arant Kaspar2, Nick Lauland3, Todd Peters5, Denyse Rodgers6, Cecilia Smith2, Chistopher Starch7, Ryan Steans3, Ray Uzwyshyn5, Laura Waugh3

1: University of Houston; 2: Texas A&M University; 3: Texas Digital Library; 4: Trinity University; 5: Texas State University; 6: Baylor University; 7: Texas Tech University


Addressing Open Access Publication Sharing and Data Management Requirements for Publicly Funded Research: A Collaborative Approach

Gretchen Gano2, Matthew Harp1, Ariadne Rehbein1, Mimmo Bonanni1

1: Arizona State University; 2: University of California Berkeley


Building Repositories Better Together: Columbia University Libraries and the MLA

Nicky Agate1, Mark Newton2

1: Modern Language Association, United States of America; 2: Columbia University Libraries

#m3d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

Ethics and the Digital Library: Building, Framing, Interacting

Thomas Padilla1, T-Kay Sangwand2, Purdom Lindblad3, Guha Shankar4, Theresa Polk5

1: University of California Santa Barbara; 2: University of California Los Angeles; 3: University of Maryland; 4: Library of Congress; 5: University of Texas at Austin

   
1:30pm
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3:30pm
#m3e: workshop session
Location: Kings
This is a 2-hour workshop session.
 

Workshop: Digital Library Pedagogy Incubator: A Workshop to Design Instruction with Digital Collections

Eleanor Dickson1,3, Kate Dohe4, Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe3, Chelcie Juliet Rowell5, Elizabeth Joan Kelly2

1: HathiTrust Research Center; 2: Loyola University New Orleans; 3: University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; 4: University of Maryland, College Park; 5: Wake Forest University

2:35pm
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3:30pm
#m4a: planning/collab
Location: Grand West
Chair: Alex Gil, Columbia University Libraries
 

Snapshot: More Than Just e-Journals: Engaging Researchers in the Development of UW Libraries’ New Digital Scholarship Program

Verletta Kern, Elizabeth Bedford

University of Washington Libraries, United States of America


Snapshot: Consortial Collaboration and the Reimagined Center

Jacob Heil

The Five Colleges of Ohio, United States of America


Snapshot: Cultural Frameworks in Teamwork Analysis

Kelly Spring

University of California, Irvine, United States of America


Snapshot: Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) and Digital Scholarship; or, Librarian on a Boat, Part II

Laurie Taylor

University of Florida, United States of America

#m4b: a/v preservation
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Patricia Hswe, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
 

AV Description with AVPreserve and IU: Strategies and tools to describe audiovisual materials at scale for Indiana University’s Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative

Amy Rudersdorf1, Juliet L. Hardesty2

1: AVPreserve, United States of America; 2: Indiana University, United States of America


Use it or Lose it: Why Increasing Audio Access is a Digital Preservation Issue

Tanya Clement

University of Texas, United States of America


Snapshot: Tales n' Tools of the AMIA/DLF Hack Day

Steven Villereal

University of Virginia Library, United States of America


Snapshot: RADD: Recover Analog and Digital Data

Dorothea Salo

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America

#m4c: stewardship
Location: Grand East
Chair: Adam Leader-Smith, CLIR+DLF
 

Fedora 4 Project Update

David Wilcox

DuraSpace, Canada


Digital Darwin: Preserving our assets … and their descendants

James Bradley

Ball State University Libraries, United States of America


Down the Rabbit Hole: Data Normalization, Migrations and Access within a Digital Preservation Framework

Daniel Noonan, Darnelle Melvin

The Ohio State University - University Libraries

#m4d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

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

   
3:30pm
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4:00pm
afternoon break
Location: Foyer
4:00pm
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4:55pm
#m5a: cultural heritage+
Location: Grand West
Chair: John Russell, Penn State University
 

Snapshot: A Revolutionary Scanning Device for Rapid Capture of Cultural Heritage Materials

Scott Eldredge

Brigham Young University, United States of America


Snapshot: Open Online Newspaper Initiative (Open ONI): Software development and Interoperability for Digital Newspapers

Sheila Rabun

University of Oregon Libraries, United States of America


Snapshot: 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


Snapshot: Clarifying Copyright: Applying Rightsstatements.org to Legacy Digital Collections

Elliot Williams, Laura Capell

University of Miami, United States of America

#m5b: spatial data
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Ann Hanlon, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
 

Implementing Collaborative Metadata Workflows for the Geospatial Data Discovery Project

Karen Majewicz1, Bria Parker2, Jaime Martindale3

1: University of Minnesota; 2: University of Maryland; 3: University of Wisconsin-Madison


Expanding the Neat Lines: Management of a Historical Society’s Map Collection

Susan Krueger, Tegan Rice

Wisconsin Historical Society, United States of America


Snapshot: Viewing History from the Sky: Geo-rectification of an Aerial Photography Collection

Kate Boyd

University of South Carolina Libraries, United States of America

#m5c: collaboration+
Location: Grand East
Chair: Doralyn Rossmann, Montana State University
 

Mission Possible: the Making of a Shared Digital Library

Elisa Lanzi1, Sarah Goldstein2, Abigail Baines3

1: Smith College, United States of America; 2: Mount Holyoke College; 3: Hampshire College


It Takes a Village: Collaboratively Building a Cross-Disciplinary Digital Repository

Ryan Clement, Wendy Shook, Patrick Wallace

Middlebury College, United States of America


Digital Preservation Partnerships: Extending Resources and Expanding Knowledge through Collaboration

Sara Mannheimer1, Tammy Troup2

1: Montana State University; 2: Montana Historical Society

#m5d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

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

Lauren Algee1, Samantha Abrams2, Dorthea Salo3, Rachel Mattson4

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

#m5e: workshop session
Location: Kings
This is a 55-minute workshop session.
 

Workshop: Impostor Syndrome Training

Bess Sadler

Stanford University Library, United States of America

 
5:00pm
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5:30pm
#m6: lightning talks
Location: Imperial Ballroom
A lightning-fast plenary session. In addition to the talks listed here, we will be inviting as many of your super-brief, last-minute presentations and pitches as time permits! Look for a sign-up sheet in Milwaukee.
 

Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives: Sharing Lessons Learned

Joy Banks

CLIR, 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


Digital Media Mentor Questionnaire

Renee Reaume, Dylan Tetrault

University of Calgary, Canada


#1LibRef: Engaging Librarians in a Global Microcontributions Campaign

Jake Orlowitz, Alex Stinson

The Wikipedia Library - Wikimedia Foundation, United States of America


Sustainability and data services

Kristin Briney

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United States of America


Smelly maps of historic London

Deborah Leem1, Adam Wyett2, Daniele Quercia3

1: Wellcome Trust, United Kingdom; 2: University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom; 3: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom


Subject repositories: Supporting open access

Julie Kelly, Linda Eells

University of Minnesota, United States of America


Offset: On Digitizing Letterpress Poetry Broadsides for Digital Spaces

Emilia Phillips

Centenary University of New Jersey, United States of America

5:30pm
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7:00pm
reception
Location: Imperial Ballroom
Please join us for light refreshments and good cheer at the conference reception!
Date: Tuesday, 08/Nov/2016
7:30am
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8:30am
continental breakfast
Location: Imperial Ballroom
8:30am
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9:25am
#t1a: text analysis+
Location: Grand West
Chair: Helene Williams, University of Washington
 

Snapshot: Lowering the Bar: Making Text and Data Mining Accessible

Graeme Slaght, Leslie Barnes

University of Toronto Libraries, Canada


Universal / Customizable: Providing Flexible Text for Unmediated Experience

Devin Higgins

Michigan State University, United States of America


Snapshot: (Re)skilling the 21st Century Librarian: Empowering Librarians to Support Text Analysis Research

Harriett Green1, Eleanor Dickson1, Amanda Henley2, Geoffrey Morse3, Neil McElroy4, Angela Courtney5

1: University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; 2: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; 3: Northwestern University; 4: Lafayette College; 5: Indiana University


Snapshot: Humanities Collaborations and Research Practices: Investigating New Modes of Collaborative Humanities Scholarship

Harriett Green1, Angela Courtney2, Maria Bonn1, Megan Senseney1, Nicholae Cline2, Leanne Mobley2, Jamie Murdock2, Justin Williams1

1: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America; 2: Indiana University at Bloomington

#t1b: email/ethics
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Wayne Graham, CLIR+DLF
 

The Politics of Email: The Missing Email Archives of Transparency Advocates

Angela White

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, United States of America


Tweets: Ours for the Taking?

Samantha Abrams

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America


Predictive Coding and Email Preservation

Joanne Kaczmarek, Brent West

University of Illinois, United States of America

#t1c: open science
Location: Grand East
Chair: Yasmeen Shorish, James Madison University
 

Open Science: how libraries can support modern research practice.

Ekatarina {Eka} Grguric, Bret Davidson

NCSU Libraries, United States of America


Supporting the Modern Research Skillset: the Summer of Open Science

Ekatarina {Eka} Grguric, Bret Davidson, Lauren Di Monte, Alison Blaine, Jennifer Garrett

NCSU Libraries, United States of America


The Impact of the Biodiversity Heritage Library on Scientific Research

Kelli Trei

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America

#t1d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

Finding the Balance:  a discussion of 6 Digital Library Workflows

Molly Bragg1, Emily Porter2, Kari Smith3, Kat Hagedorn4, Emily Shaw5, Cristela Garcia-Spitz6

1: Duke University Libraries, United States of America; 2: Emory University; 3: MIT Institute Archives and Special Collections; 4: University of Michigan Library; 5: Ohio State University; 6: UCSD

   
8:30am
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12:00pm
#t1e: workshop session
Location: Kings

This is a 3-hour workshop session with a 30-minute break at 10:30am.

 

Workshop: Introduction to Fedora 4

David Wilcox

DuraSpace, Canada

9:35am
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10:30am
#t2a: audio+
Location: Grand West
Chair: Kevin Butterfield, University of Richmond
 

Treading into Alien Territory: Area 33-1/3 Digitized Vinyl Collection

Amy Hunsaker, Maggie Ressel

University of Nevada, Reno, United States of America


Snapshot: A Coal Miner’s History: Mapping Digitized Audio Interviews

Daniel Sifton

Vancouver Island University, Canada


Snapshot: How open source tools in use by libraries, archives and museums are evolving towards sustainable research infrastructures for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences

Roxanne Wyns

LIBIS - KU Leuven, Belgium

#t2b: UX+
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Rachel Appel, Bryn Mawr College
 

From stacks to screen: prototyping the future of Wellcome's digital library

Jenn Phillips-Bacher

Wellcome Trust, United Kingdom


Coordinated Discovery across Different Types of Resources

Bruce Barton, Peter Gorman

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America


Snapshot: Ensuring User Needs Before DAM Repository Implementation

Kate Thornhill

Oregon Health & Science University, United States of America


Snapshot: User Research Methods to Gauge Awareness and Perceived Value of Digital Library Content in a Decentralized Delivery Model

Nik Dragovic

Emory University, Atlanta, GA

#t2c: arts&hum
Location: Grand East
Chair: Juliet Hardesty, Indiana University
 

Snapshot: Making art (and more!) with metadata

Matthew Miguez

Florida State University, United States of America


Snapshot: Browsing Artists' Books with Linked Data Visualization

Laura Smart

University of California, Irvine


Snapshot: Programming Poetry: Using Raspberry Pi and Repurposed Receipt Printers to Promote Contemporary Poetry (Daily) on Campus

Devin Becker, Evan Williamson

University of Idaho Library, United States of America


Snapshot: Humanities Data, Literary Study, and Inclusion

Katie Rawson

Emory University, United States of America

#t2d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

Managing Scope and Scale: Applying the Incubator Model to Digital Scholarship

Micah Vandegrift1, Sarah Stanley1, Alix Keener3, Zoe Borovsky2, Dawn Childress2, Elizabeth Lorang4, Christy Hyman4

1: Florida State University, United States of America; 2: University of California - Los Angeles; 3: University of Michigan; 4: University of Nebraska-Lincoln

   
10:30am
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11:00am
morning break
Location: Foyer
11:00am
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11:55am
#t3a: space&learning
Location: Grand West
Chair: Doralyn Rossmann, Montana State University
 

Digital Learning in Physical Spaces: One Library’s Strategic Renovations

Sarah Pickle, Micquel Little

Claremont Colleges Library, United States of America


Snapshot: Digital Collections Units as Learning Labs

Cindy Boeke

Southern Methodist University, United States of America


Snapshot: Integrating the Library and Digital Humanities: A Digital Collections Librarian’s Education and Assessment

Kate Boyd

University of South Carolina Libraries, United States of America


Snapshot: The Training Games: A Method for Digitization Skills Refreshment and Certification

Marcia McIntosh, Shannon Willis

University of North Texas, United States of America

#t3b: 3D+
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Wayne Graham, CLIR+DLF
 

Inclusion of 3D Artifacts into a Digital Library: Exploring Technologies and Best Practice Techniques

Jennifer Johnson, Anna Proctor

IUPUI University Library, United States of America


More than "Iron Man" and "Pokemon Go": What is Augmented Reality and What Can It Do In Libraries?

Markus Wust

North Carolina State University Libraries, United States of America


Snapshot: Programs and Services for 3D Imaging

Nathan Hall

Virginia Tech, United States of America


Snapshot: Lead to Pixels: A Design Lab Partnership

Justin Schell, Rebecca Chung

University of Michigan Library, United States of America

#t3c: identities+
Location: Grand East
Chair: Anne Washington, University of Houston
 

Lose the Zero, Get with the Hero: What Zero Ratings Mean for Digital Libraries

Michelle Gibeault, Stephanie Pierce

University of Arkansas, United States of America


Things, Not Strings: Library Services to Enhance Academic Semantic Web Identity

Justin Shanks

Montana State University, United States of America


Snapshot: SnapSNAC

Kelly Spring

University of California, Irvine, United States of America


Snapshot: Shareable Authorities : Research Questions and Directions in the National Strategy for Shareable Local Name Authorities

Jason Kovari, Naun Chew

Cornell University

#t3d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

Bridging Gaps: Creating (Safe) Passage for Data Curation Training, Platforms, and Services for Humanities Scholars

Michelle Dalmau1, Kalani Craig1, Jennifer Guiliano2, Caitlin Pollock2, Harriett Green4, Mara Wade4, Brandon Locke3

1: Indiana University Libraries, United States of America; 2: Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis; 3: Michigan State University; 4: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

#t3e: panel session
Location: Kings
 

Navigating the Waters of a Caribbean Digital Library

Miguel Asencio2, Chelsea Dinsmore1, Laurie Taylor1, Alex Gil3

1: University of Florida, United States of America; 2: Florida International University, United States of America; 3: Columbia University Libraries, United States of America

 
12:00pm
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1:30pm
#t4a: lunchtime session
Location: Grand West
Talk with your mouth full! Lunchtime sessions will formally begin at 12:30pm or whenever everyone is seated with a plate and ready to go.
 

What’s on the Digital Library Pedagogy Menu? A Working Lunch

Eleanor Dickson1,3, Kate Dohe4, Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe3, Elizabeth Joan Kelly2, Chelcie Juliet Rowell5, Laurie Taylor6, Jessica Otis7, Thea Lindquist8

1: HathiTrust Research Center; 2: Loyola University New Orleans; 3: University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; 4: University of Maryland, College Park; 5: Wake Forest University; 6: University of Florida; 7: Carnegie Mellon University; 8: University of Colorado Boulder

#t4b: lunchtime session
Location: Grand Center
 

Project Managers Working Lunch

Cynthia York

Johns Hopkins University, United States of America

#t4c: lunchtime session
Location: Grand East
 

Stop Focusing on the Silo: Building Metadata Infrastructure

Christina Harlow

Cornell University, United States of America

#t4d: lunchtime session
Location: Presidents
 

Addressing the ‘adoption gap’ in digital preservation network services

Corey Davis1, Sam Mesiter2, Sibyl Schaefer3, Mary Molinaro4, Bradley Daigle5

1: Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries; 2: Educopia Institute; 3: Chronopolis; 4: Digital Preservation Network; 5: Academic Preservation Trust

#t4e: lunchtime session
Location: Kings
 

We Can Work It Out: Creating a Model Publishing Contract for Digital Scholarship

Meredith Kahn

University of Michigan, United States of America

lunch buffet
Location: Imperial Ballroom
Not joining a working session? Eat lunch with colleagues here. Otherwise, grab a plate to go!
1:30pm
-
2:25pm
#t5a: workflows+
Location: Grand West
Chair: Krystal Thomas, Florida State University
 

Practical Options for Incoming Digital Content

Jody DeRidder, Alissa Helms

University of Alabama Libraries, United States of America


Designing User-Friendly Ingestion Workflows

Sarah Sweeney, Eli Zoller

Northeastern University, United States of America


Snapshot: Library Workflow Exchange: Community Documentation of Best Practices

Liz Woolcott1, Anna Neatrour2

1: Utah State University, United States of America; 2: University of Utah, United States of America


Snapshot: “Does the Research Generate Data?” and Other Ambiguous Questions: Lessons from a DMP Assessment Survey

Elizabeth Bedford, Greta Pittenger, Jennifer Muilenburg

University of Washington, United States of America

#t5b: DH
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Alex Gil, Columbia University Libraries
 

A Year in the Life of a Digital Humanities Librarian

Nikki JD White, Hannah Scates Kettler, Stephanie Blalock

The University of Iowa Libraries, United States of America


The Expansion and Development of Digital Humanities/Digital Scholarship Librarian Roles: A Look at the Data

Paige Morgan1, Helene Williams2

1: University of Miami, United States of America; 2: University of Washington, United States of America


Avoiding techno-service-solutionism: Applying infrastructural perspectives and learning theory to digital humanities practice in the library

Matt Burton, Aaron Brenner

University of Pittsburgh, United States of America

#t5c: labor+
Location: Grand East
Chair: Jasmine Jones, Smith College
 

Decentralized Labor, Centralized Authority, Distributed Data: The Getty Vocabularies as Crowdsourcing

Melissa Gill, Nathaniel Deines

Getty Research Institute, United States of America


Catholic, Crowdfunded and Collaborative: A Unique Approach to Newspaper Digitization

Frederick Zarndt1, Patricia Lawton2, Jeff Moyer3

1: Digital Divide Data, United States of America; 2: Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA); 3: Reveal Digital


Snapshot: The Man in the Machine: Digital Labor Ethics for Academic Research

Scott Young, Sara Mannheimer

Montana State University, United States of America


Snapshot: Everybody's a Comedian: A Discussion of Copyright Protection and Black Twitter

Tamara Townsend

Long Island University, United States of America

#t5d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

Freeing Cultural Heritage Through Rights Statements and the Public Domain

Greg Cram1, Shana Kimball1, Kelcy Shepherd2, Dave Hansen3, Josh Hadro1

1: The New York Public Library, United States of America; 2: The Digital Public Library of America, United States of America; 3: Duke University Libraries, United States of America

   
1:30pm
-
3:30pm
#t5e: workshop session
Location: Kings
This is a 2-hour workshop session.
 

Workshop: Approaching Wikipedia as Digital Librarians: Assessing opportunities, using tools, sharing contributions, and forming collaborations

Jake Orlowitz, Alex Stinson, Nicole Askin

Workshop: The Wikipedia Library - Wikimedia Foundation, United States of America

2:35pm
-
3:30pm
#t6a: cite/pub
Location: Grand West
Chair: Alex Gil, Columbia University Libraries
 

Rubric to evaluate open access journals for publication

Shilpa Rele, Nataly Blas, Marie Kennedy

Loyola Marymount University, United States of America


Snapshot: Vega, an academic publishing platform

Cheryl Ball

West Virginia University, United States of America


Snapshot: Wikipedia as the Sum of All Citations: WikiCite 2016 and Beyond

Jake Orlowitz, Alex Stinson

The Wikipedia Library - Wikimedia Foundation, United States of America


New Library Services: A Framework to Enhance Researcher Visibility

Justin Shanks

Montana State University, United States of America

#t6b: research data
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Catherine Phan, University of Wisconsin--Madison
 

Developing Research-Engaged Librarians at the Interface of Data Science and Visualization

Hilary Davis, Honora Eskridge

North Carolina State University Libraries, United States of America


Building a Village: Developing a Library-Wide Research Data Services Program

Jake Carlson, Amy Neeser

University of Michigan Library, United States of America


Exploiting Expertise: Domain-based Data Services Training for Librarians

Jamie Wittenberg, Anna Sackmann, Rick Jaffe

University of California, Berkeley, United States of America

#t6c: project management
Location: Grand East
Chair: Cynthia York, Johns Hopkins University
 

Make the Investment!: Project management leads to success at institutions of any size.

Amy Bocko1, Bethany Davis2

1: Emerson College, United States of America; 2: University of Iowa, United States of America


Digitization Project Prioritization and Funding

Robin Pike

University of Maryland, United States of America


Snapshot: “The Nightmare of My Choice”: Selecting a Project Management Tool*

Melissa Gill, Nathaniel Deines

Getty Research Institute, United States of America


Snapshot: Managing a Portfolio of Projects

Jennifer Young, Dan Zellner

Northwestern University Libraries, United States of America

#t6d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

Cultivating and Sustaining Cross-Sector Collaborative Networks

Katherine Skinner4, Sam Meister3, Sarah Lippincott2, Christina Drummond1

1: Educopia Institute, United States of America; 2: Library Publishing Coalition, United States of America; 3: BitCurator Consortium, United States of America; 4: MetaArchive Cooperative, United States of America

   
3:30pm
-
4:00pm
afternoon break
Location: Foyer
4:00pm
-
4:55pm
#t7a: curation/collab
Location: Grand West
Chair: Adam Leader-Smith, CLIR+DLF
 

Snapshot: The Data Curation Network: A network of expertise model for curating research data for academic digital repositories

Lisa Johnston

University of Minnesota, United States of America


Snapshot: Discovery Virginia: Building an Institutional Repository in the Public Humanities

Susan Perdue

Documents Compass, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, United States of America


Snapshot: Linking Research Information Systems and Institutional Repositories: Processes and Prospects

Lisa Spiro, Shannon Kipphut-Smith

Rice University, United States of America


Snapshot: OCLC's Partnership to Provide a Sustainable Aggregation Solution for DPLA Service Hubs

Carly Bogen

OCLC, United States of America

#t7b: assessment
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Krystal Thomas, Florida State University
 

Assessing Digital Library Users and Reuses through Reverse Image Lookup: A Case Study

Michele Reilly1, Santi Thompson2

1: Central Washington University, United States of America; 2: University of Houston, United States of America


Improving the Reported Use and Impact of Your Institutional Repository (IR)

Patrick OBrien1, Kenning Arlitsch1, Mixter Jeff2, Borda Susan1, Karl Benedict3, Jonathan Wheeler3, Sue Baughman4, Gary Roebuck4, Leila Sterman1, Scott Young1

1: Montana State University, United States of America; 2: OCLC, Inc.; 3: University of New Mexico; 4: Association of Research Libraries


Impacts that Matter: Assessment Beyond Clicks, Likes, and Downloads

Ricardo Punzalan

University of Maryland, College Park, United States of America

#t7c: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

Minimal Computing in Libraries: Case Studies and the Case

Alex Gil1, Meredith Levin1, Stewart Varner2, Dawn Childress3, Kimberley Martin4

1: Columbia University Libraries, United States of America; 2: UNC Chapell Hill Libraries, United States of America; 3: UCLA Libraries, United States of America; 4: University of Guelph, Canada

#t7d: panel session
Location: Kings
 

Digital Literacy in the Classroom

Ann Hanlon1, Harriett Green3, Josh Honn2, Abigail Nye1

1: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United States of America; 2: Northwestern University, United States of America; 3: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America

   
Date: Wednesday, 09/Nov/2016
7:30am
-
8:30am
continental breakfast
Location: Imperial Ballroom
8:30am
-
9:25am
#w1a: teaching+
Location: Grand West
Chair: Helene Williams, University of Washington
 

Snapshot: Tracing Contours of Collaborative Digital Pedagogy

Alix Keener1, Chelcie Juliet Rowell2

1: University of Michigan; 2: Wake Forest University


Snapshot: Deep Dive Into Digital Content: Minnesota Reflections Primary Source Sets

Greta Bahnemann, Jennifer Hootman

Minitex, United States of America


Building History: Using Omeka and Neatline to Explore Campus History

Adam Strohm

Illinois Institute of Technology, United States of America

#w1b: privacy+
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Patricia Hswe, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
 

No Such Thing as a Free Lunch: Google Analytics and User Privacy

Scott Young, Patrick OBrien

Montana State University, United States of America


Uprooting (Biological) Kinship in Genealogical Data: A case study in ontology development for justice work

Scout Calvert

University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America


Open Licenses: The Dark Side

Nancy Sims, Jason Roy

University of Minnesota, United States of America

#w1c: dig schol support
Location: Grand East
Chair: Juliet Hardesty, Indiana University
 

Defining Digital Scholarship in the Academic Library

Kim Martin, Amanda Etches, Susan Brown, Jennifer Marvin

University of Guelph, Canada


Fighting the Good Fight: Challenges and Rewards of Building Support for Digital Scholarship Services at a Regional Comprehensive University

Pamela Mitchem

Appalachian State University, United States of America


Visualizing Digital Scholarship Activities at Indiana University and Beyond

Michelle Dalmau, Nicholas Homenda

Indiana University Libraries, United States of America

#w1d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

Scaling Authority Control: Issues (and Solutions) for Authorities at the Local, Regional, and National level

Anna Neatrour1, Jeremy Myntti1, Christina Harlow2, Kevin Clair3, Gretchen Gueguen4

1: University of Utah, United States of America; 2: Cornell University; 3: University of Denver; 4: Digital Public Library of America

8:30am
-
10:30am
#w1e: workshop session
Location: Kings
This is a 2-hour workshop session.
 

Workshop: Introduction to Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs)

Rafia Mirza, Brett Currier, Peace Ossom Williamson

UT Arlington Library, United States of America

9:35am
-
10:30am
#w2a: discovery&dev
Location: Grand West
Chair: Rachel Appel, Bryn Mawr College
 

Snapshot: Digital Librarians on the Software Developer Continuum

Robin Dean

Michigan State University, United States of America


Snapshot: Building with Jekyll: Simple and Sustainable Web Infrastructure

Evan Williamson, Devin Becker

University of Idaho Library, United States of America


Linked data, geographical search, and faceting: Extending Blacklight and VIVO to supporting curation and discovery of climate change science content

Huda Khan, Sandy Payette, Ingrid Zabel, Arthur DeGaetano, Jon Corson-Rikert

Cornell University, United States of America


Snapshot: Using WorldCat as a digital library discovery layer

Sarah Severson, Megan Chellew

McGill University Library, Canada

#w2b: archiving+
Location: Grand Center
Chair: Laurie Allen, University of Pennsylvania
 

WARC Workflows: A pilot project for the local preservation of institutional web archives

Lauren Work1, Jamie Little2, Laura Capell2

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


Quality and Quantity: A Discussion of Performing Quality Assurance on Archived Web Pages

Megan DeArmond, Audrey Lorberfeld

New York Art Resources Consortium, United States of America


Snapshot: Web Archiving Metadata Best Practices to Meet User Needs

Jackie Dooley

OCLC Research, United States of America


Snapshot: Hip Hop Narrators, Embeddable Metadata, and Nanopublications: New Ways of Thinking about Metadata and Annotated Publications for Web Discovery, Indexing, and Archiving

Jason A. Clark

Montana State University, United States of America

#w2c: scale+
Location: Grand East
Chair: Adam Leader-Smith, CLIR+DLF
 

Mammoth-Scale Bibliographic Metadata Management: Issues and Opportunities

Kathryn Stine1,2

1: California Digital Library, University of California; 2: HathiTrust


Making metadata linked: designing cataloging to repository work flow

Laura Smart

University of California, Irvine


Snapshot: Initiatives on Object Quality in the HathiTrust Digital Library

Kat Hagedorn1, Angelina Zaytsev2

1: University of Michigan, United States of America; 2: HathiTrust Digital Library


Snapshot: Digital news metadata: News publisher and library perspectives

Frederick Zarndt

Digital Divide Data, United States of America

#w2d: panel session
Location: Presidents
 

ILiADS: Building Communities for Digital Scholarship

Janet Simons1, Jacob Heil2, Mark Christel3, Jason Parkhill4, Erin Rhodes4, Ben Lisle4, Catherine Newton2

1: Hamilton College, United States of America; 2: College of Wooster; 3: Grinnell College; 4: Colby College

10:30am
-
11:00am
break
Location: Foyer
11:00am
-
11:40am
plenary: "Open Invitations:" closing DLF Forum community session
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Bethany Nowviskie, CLIR+DLF

For 2016, we’ll continue our new tradition of closing the DLF Forum with a discussion-oriented, community-based panel rather than the single vision of a keynote talk! Join us for some action-oriented "open invitations" from DLF affiliates and groups. 

 

Open Invitations

Santi Thompson10, Hannah Scates Kettler9, Elizabeth Kelly8, Eleanor Dickson7, Cynthia York6, Kevin Butterfield5, Robin Ruggaber4, Jason Clark3, Sheila Rabun2, Becca Quon1, Katherine Kim1, Sara Mannheimer3, Bethany Nowviskie1

1: CLIR+DLF; 2: International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF); 3: Montana State University; 4: University of Virginia; 5: University of Richmond; 6: Johns Hopkins University; 7: University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; 8: Loyola University New Orleans; 9: University of Iowa; 10: University of Houston

1:00pm
-
3:00pm
Ally Skills Workshop
Location: Presidents

DLF’s Project Managers group is proud to sponsor an Ally Skills Workshop with Bess Sadler and Mark Bussey, to be held immediately after this year’s Forum. Participants must register separately through ConfTool and pay an additional workshop fee. 

NDSA Coordinating Committee
Location: Kings: Richard/Charles

This is a private meeting for members of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance's Coordinating Committee and leadership group. 

Taiga Forum
Location: Kings: Henry/Louis

Details to come! Participants must register separately through ConfTool and pay an additional fee. 

More about Taiga here.

 
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
-
8:30am
continental breakfast
Location: Imperial Ballroom
8:30am
-
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
-
10:15am
morning break
Location: Foyer
10:15am
-
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
-
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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