2018 Conference Programs

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Session Overview
Date: Sunday, 14/Oct/2018
8:00am
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9:00am
Continental Breakfast
Location: Pavilion
Registration: Learn@DLF
Location: Group Desk
 
8:00am
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5:00pm
LPC: Library Publishing Curriculum Pilot Workshop: Content
Location: Molise 1

The Library Publishing Coalition and the Educopia Institute, in collaboration with the Digital Library Federation (DLF), are excited to host an in-person workshop at the 2018 DLF Forum based on the IMLS-funded Developing a Curriculum to Advance Library-Based Publishing project. The full-day workshop will take place on Sunday, October 14 (the day before the Forum) at the M Resort just outside of Las Vegas, NV. 

9:00am
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11:00am
#s1b: Human scale web collecting for individuals and institutions (Webrecorder workshop)
Location: Marche 2
 

Human scale web collecting for individuals and institutions (Webrecorder workshop)

Anna Perricci

Rhizome, United States of America

9:00am
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12:10pm
#s1c: The Argument Clinic: Elements of Persuasion for Librarians, Archivists, and Library Technologists
Location: Marche 3
 

The Argument Clinic: Elements of Persuasion for Librarians, Archivists, and Library Technologists

Kate Dohe

University of Maryland Libraries, United States of America

#s1d: Teaching the DLF Project Managers Toolkit
Location: Modena 2
 

Teaching the DLF Project Managers Toolkit

Robin C. Pike1, Cristela Garcia-Spitz2, Sarah Severson3, Becky Thoms4, Cynthia York5

1: University of Maryland Libraries, United States of America; 2: University of California San Diego, United States of America; 3: McGill University Library, Canada; 4: Utah State University, United States of America; 5: Johns Hopkins University, United States of America

 
9:00am
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3:30pm
#s1a: Metadata Analysis Workshop
Location: Marche 1
 

Metadata Analysis Workshop

Kate Flynn1, Scott Carlson2, Gretchen Gueguen3, Amy Rudersdorf4, Anna Neatrour5, Teresa Hebron6

1: Chicago Collections; 2: Rice University; 3: Digital Public Library of America; 4: AVP; 5: University of Utah; 6: Mountain West Digital Library

#s1e: Design for Diversity: Towards More Inclusive Information Systems
Location: Modena 3
 

Design for Diversity: Towards More Inclusive Information Systems

Amanda Rust, Julia Flanders, Des Alaniz

Northeastern University Libraries, United States of America

 
11:00am
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11:15am
Morning Break
Location: Milan Promenade
11:15am
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3:30pm
#s2b: ISLE: Islandora Installation Simplified
Location: Marche 2
12:10pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Vue
1:30pm
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3:30pm
#s2c: Unpacking the Algorithms That Shape Our UX: Algorithmic Awareness as a Form of Information Literacy
Location: Marche 3
 

Unpacking the Algorithms That Shape Our UX: Algorithmic Awareness as a Form of Information Literacy

Julian Kaptanian, Jason Clark, Tyler Bass

Montana State University, United States of America

#s2d: Digital Library Pedagogy Road Test & Idea Fest
Location: Modena 2
 

Digital Library Pedagogy Road Test & Idea Fest

Elizabeth Rodrigues1, Chelcie Rowell2, Nicholas Homenda3, Brianna Gormly4, Elizabeth Gibes5, Erin Pappas6, Jessica Greene7, Maura Seale8

1: Grinnell College; 2: Boston College; 3: Indiana University Libraries; 4: Franklin and Marshall College; 5: Marquette University; 6: University of Virginia; 7: Claremont Colleges; 8: University of Michigan

 
3:30pm
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3:45pm
Afternoon Break
Location: Milan Promenade
3:45pm
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5:40pm
#s2a: HuMetricsHSS: The Value of Values
Location: Marche 1
#s2e: Born Digital Bootcamp
Location: Modena 3
 

Born Digital Access Bootcamp

Alison Clemens1, Rachel Appel2, Greg Wiedeman4, Jessica Farrell3

1: Yale University Library, United States of America; 2: Temple University, United States of America; 3: Harvard Law School, United States of America; 4: University at Albany, United States of America

#s3b: Digital Mapping Ecosystems
Location: Marche 2
 

Digital Mapping Ecosystems

Andrzej Rutkowski

university of southern california, United States of America

#s3c: Privacy Literacy Instruction
Location: Marche 3
 

Privacy Literacy Instruction

Eliza Bettinger1, Paige Walker2

1: Cornell University; 2: Boston College

#s3d: Creating self-updating reports from 5 to 5000 datapoints: Using R and R Markdown in a library workflow
Location: Modena 2
 

Creating self-updating reports from 5 to 5000 datapoints: Using R and R Markdown in a library workflow

Jacob Levernier

University of Pennsylvania Libraries, United States of America

Date: Monday, 15/Oct/2018
7:30am
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9:00am
Continental Breakfast
Location: Pavilion
Registration: 2018 DLF Forum
Location: Group Desk
 
9:00am
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10:30am
Forum Opening Plenary: #DLFforum Opening Plenary
Location: Milan Ballroom
10:30am
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11:00am
Morning Break
Location: Milan Promenade
11:00am
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11:55am
#m1a: Designing Digital Scholarship Services
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Amy Bocko, Western Michigan University
Chair: Hélène Huet, University of Florida
 

From Scratch: Digital and Data Services as Community Building

Colleen Harris

California State University Channel Islands


Getting Started on Building a Student-Centered Digital Scholarship Program

Carrie Pirmann, Courtney Paddick

Bucknell University, United States of America


dSHARP in a Siloed world: Overcoming challenges in library outreach at CMU

Emma Slayton, Eric Kaltman, Rikk Mulligan

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America


Building an Open and Digital Scholarship Community-of-Practice: An Assessment of User Competencies and Needs

Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, Melissa Cantrell, Frederick Carey, Stacy Gilbert, Katie Mika, Phillip White

University of Colorado Boulder, United States of America

#m1b: Advancing Digital Library Assessment through Community-Facing Resources
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Barbara Laufersweiler, University of Oklahoma Libraries
 

Advancing Digital Library Assessment through Community-Facing Resources

Kate Flynn2, Anna Neatrour3, Joy Perrin4, Amanda Wise Pizzollo7, Chrissy Rissmeyer5, Sara Rubinow6, Santi Thompson1, Elizabeth Joan Kelly8

1: University of Houston, United States of America; 2: University of Illinois at Chicago; Chicago Collections, United States of America; 3: University of Utah, United States of America; 4: Texas Tech University, United States of America; 5: University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America; 6: New York Public Library, United States of America; 7: Amherst College, United States of America; 8: Loyola University New Orleans, United States of America

#m1c: Community Archives: New Theories of Time, Access, Community, and Agency
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
 

Community Archives: New Theories of Time, Access, Community, and Agency

Michelle Caswell, Joyce Gabiola, Gracen Brilmyer, Jessica Tai

UCLA, United States of America

#m1d: Mapping and GIS
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Deirdre Joyce, Syracuse University Libraries
 

Mapping Atlanta: Creating Digital Access to Maps of Atlanta and Georgia in the Grace Towns Hamilton papers

Brittany Newberry

Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library, United States of America


Introducing Mapplication

Rob Shepard, Matthew Butler, Ethan DeGross

University of Iowa Libraries, United States of America


The Evolution of a Geospatial Metadata Workflow

Karen Majewicz

University of Minnesota, United States of America

#m1e: (Decolonizing) Vocabularies
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Elliott Stevens, University of Washington Libraries
Chair: Dorothy Berry, Harvard University
 

Decolonizing LCSH in the Southern Levant

Steven Holloway

James Madison University, United States of America


Making meaning in libraries and museums: Indigenous visual culture, subject access, and controlled vocabularies

Michele Jennings

Ohio University, University of British Columbia


All the Gory Details of <type> Vocabularies That You Ever Wanted to Know

Patricia Lampron, Hannah Stitzlein, Ayla Stein, Myung-Ja K. Han

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

12:00pm
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1:30pm
#mluncha: Technologies of Surveillance Working Group Discussion
Location: Marche 1+2
 

Technologies of Surveillance Working Group Discussion

Yasmeen Shorish1, Shea Swauger2, Jacob Levernier3, Michelle Gibeault4

1: James Madison University, United States of America; 2: University of Colorado Denver; 3: University of Pennsylvania; 4: University of Arkansas

#mlunchb: Metadata Support Group Lunch Session
Location: Modena 1+2
 

Metadata Support Group Lunch Session

Juliet L. Hardesty1, Anna Neatrour2, Bria Parker3, Liz Woolcott4

1: Indiana University; 2: University of Utah; 3: University of Maryland; 4: Utah State University

#mlunchc: Project Managers Group Breakfast/Lunch Working Session
Location: Molise 1+2+3
 

Project Managers Group Lunch Working Session

Sarah Severson, Robin Pike

McGill University Library, Canada

Lunch Buffet
Location: Pavilion
 
1:30pm
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2:25pm
#m2a: Defense Against the Dark Nets: Building a Toolkit for Library Folks in Crisis
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Wayne Graham, CLIR+DLF
 

Defense Against the Dark Nets: Building a Toolkit for Library Folks in Crisis

Erin Pappas1, Maggie Nunley1, Paula Archey1, Laura Miller2, Ronda Grizzle2, Amanda Visconti2, Lauren Work1, Jeremy Boggs2

1: University of Virginia Library; 2: Scholars' Lab at the University of Virginia Library

#m2b: Making the Migration
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Becky Thoms, Utah State University Libraries
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
 

The Voyage of a Digital Collections Assessment at University of Michigan (or How to Go Bonkers Examining 290+ All at Once)

Lauren Havens

University of Michigan, United States of America


Using DevOps Tools for Migrating the Louisiana Digital Library

Cara Key, Mike Waugh

LSU Libraries


Bridge2Hyku: Developing Migration Strategies and Tools

Anne Washington1, Dean Seeman2, Todd Crocken1, Santi Thompson1, Sean Watkins1, Andrew Weidner1, Annie Wu1

1: University of Houston Libraries, United States of America; 2: University of Victoria Libraries, Canada


Right-Sizing a Repository: Balancing Capacity and Vision

Tyler Mobley

College of Charleston, United States of America


Transforming External Legacy Metadata for ArchivesSpace: A Labor of Love

Bria Parker

University of Maryland, United States of America

#m2c: Valuing Labor When You’re "The Man" (kind of): Q&A
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Kortney Rupp, University of California, Berkeley
 

Valuing Labor When You’re "The Man" (kind of): Q&A

Ruth Tillman1, Sandy Rodriguez2, Rafia Mirza3, Hillel Arnold4

1: Penn State University Libraries, United States of America; 2: University of Missouri - Kansas City, United States of America; 3: Southern Methodist University, United States of America; 4: The Rockefeller Archive Center, United States of America

#m2d: Minimal Computing
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Joy Banks, CLIR
 

Wolf-LOR, or what we learned developing a low cost/no cost learning objects repository

Elizabeth Joan Kelly, Lucy Rosenbloom, Michael Truran, Jim Hobbs

Loyola University New Orleans, United States of America


GitHub-Pages CollectionBuilder: Teaching & Building Digital Library Collections using Minimal Computing Techniques

Devin Becker, Evan Williamson

University of Idaho Library, United States of America


Digital Library Technology, Social Impact, and the Developing World

Frederick Zarndt1, Heather Greer Klein2, Bill Branan2, Becky Santora1, Damaris Sirengo1, Maureen Chebet1

1: Digital Divide Data, United States of America; 2: DuraSpace, United States of America


Minimal Computing for Digital Image Collections: The Case of Wax

Alexander Gil, Mariel Nyröp

Columbia University Libraries, United States of America

#m2e: Always Already Computational, Never Quite Automatic: Towards a Collections as Data Framework
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Dorothy Berry, Harvard University
 

Always Already Computational, Never Quite Automatic: Towards a Collections as Data Framework

Thomas Padilla2, Laurie Allen4, Stewart Varner4, Sarah Potvin1, Elizabeth Russey Roke5, Hannah Frost3

1: Texas A&M University; 2: Stanford University; 3: University of Nevada, Las Vegas; 4: University of Pennsylvania; 5: Emory University

2:35pm
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3:30pm
#m3a: Advancing the Field
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Hélène Huet, University of Florida
 

Digital Research Collection: Higher Education Policy for Minorities

Andrea Briceno Mosquera

Virginia Tech, University Libraries, Blacksburg VA, United States of America


Updating TaDiRAH: Proposing Taxonomy for Digital Scholarship Activities in Libraries

Erica Hayes2, Matt Hunter1, Sarah Stanley1, Micah Vandegrift2

1: Florida State University, United States of America; 2: North Carolina State University, United States of America


When Does a New Role Cease To Be New?: Situating the Work Of Library-Based Digital Humanities/Scholarship Support Positions

Paige Morgan1, Helene Williams2

1: University of Miami Libraries; 2: University of Washington iSchool


Values-Based Evaluation in the Library

Nicky Agate

Columbia University Libraries, United States of America

#m3b: Common Goals for 3D and Virtual Reality: Insights and Collaborations from Three IMLS-funded Projects
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Wayne Graham, CLIR+DLF
 

Common Goals for 3D and Virtual Reality: Insights and Collaborations from Three IMLS-funded Projects

Jennifer Moore1, Juliet L. Hardesty2, Zack Lischer-Katz3, Ann Baird Whiteside4

1: Washington University in St. Louis, United States of America; 2: Indiana University, United States of America; 3: University of Oklahoma, United States of America; 4: Harvard University, United States of America

#m3c: Centering the Margins
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Matt Schultz, Grand Valley State University
 

Archives, Race, and Justice

Melanie Hubbard, Julia Lee

Loyola Marymount University, United States of America


Personally Sustainable Models for Institutionally Sustainable Work

Dorothy Berry1, Erin White2, Courtnie Wolfgang2

1: Harvard University, United States of America; 2: Virginia Commonwealth University, United States of America

#m3d: Student/Library Partnerships
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Samuel Dyal, Arizona State University
Chair: Kortney Rupp, University of California, Berkeley
 

Crashing the IR Party: Artists as Scholars in Institutional Repositories

Andrea Schuler, Ashley Peterson

Tufts University


Collaborating with Computer Science Students in Experimental Digital Library Projects: Guidelines for Success

Peter Broadwell, Dawn Childress

UCLA Digital Library, United States of America


Cables + Context: Moving from metadata gibberish to historical understanding

Roberto Vargas, Sarah Elichko

Swarthmore College, United States of America


Shaping the (Co-)Curriculum: Adventures in Student Programs

Nabil Kashyap, Roberto Vargas

Swarthmore College, United States of America

#m3e: Meet the New Repository, Different from your Old Repository: Migration Stories from the Front
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Amy Rudersdorf, AVP
 

Meet the New Repository, Different from your Old Repository: Migration Stories from the Front

Darnelle Melvin1, Anne Washington2, Daniel Noonan3, Scott Carlson4, Anna Neatrour5, Ayla Stein6

1: University of Nevada, Las Vegas; 2: University of Houston; 3: The Ohio State University; 4: Rice University; 5: University of Utah; 6: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

3:30pm
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4:00pm
Afternoon Break
Location: Milan Promenade
4:00pm
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4:55pm
#m4a: Workflows for Curating Born-Digital Content: Reports from the OSSArcFlow project
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Amy Rudersdorf, AVP
 

Workflows for Curating Born-Digital Content: Reports from the OSSArcFlow project

Sally DeBauche1, Joshua Hogan2, Alexandra Chassanoff3, Shaun Trujillo4

1: Stanford University; 2: Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library; 3: Educopia Institute; 4: Mt. Holyoke College

#m4b: Diverse & Instructive: Digital Collections Reach Across Communities
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Becky Thoms, Utah State University Libraries
 

Diverse & Instructive: Digital Collections Reach Across Communities

Mēgan Oliver1, Roger Smith2, Helene Williams3, Laura Braunstein4, Sarah Severson5

1: University of South Carolina; 2: University of California, San Diego; 3: University of Washington; 4: Dartmouth College; 5: McGill University

#m4c: Community Archives, Labor, and Care
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Charlotte Kostelic, Library of Congress
 

The (Omni)Present Erasure of Archival Labor in Media: A Case Study

Rebecca Pattillo

University of Louisville, United States of America


Hyperlocal Histories and Digital Collections: Strategies for Collection, Curation, Preservation, and Collaboration

Jim McGrath

Brown University, United States of America


The Parkland Tragedy and the Post-Custodial Archival Model: the Guide We Hope You Never Need

Joanne Parandjuk1, Victoria Thur1, Jeff Schwartz2

1: Florida Atlantic University, United States of America; 2: Parkland Historical Society

#m4d: Do You Really Need to Do a Survey? Developing a Strategic Approach to Digital Library Assessment
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Kara Long, Baylor University
 

Do You Really Need to Do a Survey? Developing a Strategic Approach to Digital Library Assessment

Lisa Hinchliffe1, Danielle Cooper2

1: University of Illinois-Urbana; 2: Ithaka S&R

#m4e: Topic Modeling and Machine Learning
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Karen Hogenboom, University of Illinois
 

A Shallow Dive Into Deep Learning

Bret Davidson, Kevin Beswick

NCSU Libraries, United States of America


Future/Death of the Library: A Collaborative, Experimental, Introspective Dive into Digital Humanities

Rebekah Cummings, Anna Neatrour, Elizabeth Callaway

University of Utah J. Willard Marriott Library, United States of America


Topic modeling: human vs machine

Erin Wolfe

University of Kansas Libraries, United States of America


Using Machine Learning & Text-mining for Scholarly Output: A Semi Automated Approach to Unlocking Knowledge and Value Latent in Unstructured Text

Darnelle Melvin

University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States of America

5:00pm
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5:30pm
#m5: Lightning Talks
Location: Milan Ballroom
 

Insights from Usability Testing on a Geospatial Web Portal

Karen Majewicz

University of Minnesota, United States of America


Making Scientific Code More Open: Computational Reproducibility with Code Ocean

Travis Hewgley

Code Ocean, United States of America


Build Your Own Memory Lab!

Siobhan Hagan

DC Public Library, United States of America


Let’s get Visual: A New Tool for Assigning RightsStatements.org Statements.

Gabriel Galson1, Linda Ballinger2

1: Temple University, United States of America; 2: Pennsylvania State University, United States of America


Contextualizing Digital Collections

Ryan Perry

Central New York Library Resources Council, United States of America


A socio-technical lens on research data services in libraries, or: why is this so uncomfortable??

Jeanine Finn

The Claremont Colleges, United States of America


Primary Source Set Sorcery

Stefanie Ramsay, Jasmine Lelis Clark

Temple University, United States of America


A Critical Reflection of a Totally Online Digital Storytelling Workshop for Graduate Students

Elliott Stevens, Perry Yee

University of Washington Libraries, United States of America


Syllabrowser: A Practical and Critical Tool for Institutional Knowledge Transfer

David Roh, Rebekah Cummings, Elizabeth Callaway

University of Utah, United States of America


Scholarly Communication and Copyright: Providing services to library publication efforts

Jason Boczar, LeEtta Schmidt

University of South Florida, United States of America


Surveying the Landscape of Urban Studies and Planning

Alena McNamara

MIT Libraries, United States of America


Research and Publication as an Early Career Librarian

Martha Stuit1, Joanna Thielen2

1: University of Michigan, United States of America; 2: Oakland University, United States of America


The Odd Couple

Wendy Shook

Middlebury College, United States of America

5:30pm
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7:00pm
Reception
Location: Milan Ballroom
Date: Tuesday, 16/Oct/2018
8:00am
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9:30am
Continental Breakfast
Location: Pavilion
8:30am
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9:25am
#tbfasta: Museums Cohort Working Session
Location: Marche 1+2
 

Museums Cohort Working Session

Becca Quon

CLIR+DLF, United States of America

#tbfastb: Digital Library Assessment: Brainstorming the Year Ahead
Location: Modena 1+2
 

Digital Library Assessment: Brainstorming the Year Ahead

Linda Ballinger2, Susan Barrett3, Kate Flynn4, Anna Neatrour5, Joy Perrin6, Chrissy Rissmeyer7, Sara Rubinow8, Santi Thompson1

1: University of Houston, United States of America; 2: Penn State University, United States of America; 3: Arizona State University, United States of America; 4: University of Illinois at Chicago; Chicago Collections, United States of America; 5: University of Utah, United States of America; 6: Texas Tech University, United States of America; 7: University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America; 8: New York Public Library, United States of America

 
9:30am
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10:25am
#t1a: Developing and Preserving Software
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
 

Integrating Online Archival Description and Digital Objects using Drupal

Seth Shaw

University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States of America


Making Copyright and Fair Use Work for Software Collections Managers

Brandon Butler

University of Virginia, United States of America


Participatory Design for Software Preservation and Emulation Services

Jessica Meyerson1, Seth Anderson2

1: Educopia Institute; 2: Yale University


Implementing new research data management services at Los Alamos National Laboratory

Brian Cain, Martin Klein

Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States of America

#t1b: Bumper Crop: New Approaches for Harvesting Cultural Content at Scale
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Rita Johnston, UNC Charlotte
 

Bumper Crop: New Approaches for Harvesting Cultural Content at Scale

Matthew McKinley1, Jeremy Bartczak2, Teresa Hebron3, Graham Hukill4

1: California Digital Library; 2: University of Virginia Library; 3: Mountain West Digital Library; 4: Wayne State University

#t1c: Publishing, Access, and Rights
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Molly Bragg, Duke University Libraries
Chair: Kortney Rupp, University of California, Berkeley
 

A Roadmap for Implementing RightsStatements.org Statements

Maggie Dickson1, Lisa Gregory2, Brian Dietz3

1: Duke University Libraries, United States of America; 2: North Carolina Digital Heritage Center; 3: NCSU, United States of America


Vega Publishing Platform - A Nascent Business Model

Cheryl Ball

Wayne State University, United States of America


ORCID Promotional Efforts in California Institutes of Higher Education

Mark Bilby

California State University Fullerton, United States of America

#t1d: Linked Data
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Cory Lampert, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
 

What’s changed in linked data implementations in the last three years?

Karen Smith-Yoshimura

OCLC, United States of America


Enriching Subject Access in Digital Repository with Linked Open Data

Devin Higgins, Lucas Mak, Sruthin Gaddam

Michigan State University Libraries, United States of America


Utilizing Linked Data for Expressing University History at the University of Nevada, Reno

Jeremy Floyd

University of Nevada, Reno, United States of America


University Libraries and the Linked Open Data Cloud: the PeriodO Gazetteer as a Case-Study in Sustainable LOD Infrastructure

Adam Rabinowitz1, Aaron Choate1, Ryan Shaw2

1: The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 2: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States of America

#t1e: Seeing Clearly in Three Dimensions: Case studies in 3D technologies and libraries
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Karen Hogenboom, University of Illinois
 

Seeing Clearly in Three Dimensions: Case studies in 3D technologies and libraries

Emma Slayton1, Jessica Linker2, Chris Young3, Alex Wermer-Colan4, Eric Kaltman1, Neil Weijer5, Lorena Gauthereau6

1: Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America; 2: Bryn Mawr College; 3: University of Tornto; 4: Temple university; 5: Johns Hopkins University; 6: University of Houston

10:30am
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11:25am
#t2a: Approaches to A/V
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Barbara Laufersweiler, University of Oklahoma Libraries
 

AMP: An Audiovisual Metadata Platform to Support Mass Description

Amy Rudersdorf1, Juliet Hardesty2

1: AVP; 2: Indiana University Libraries


Integrating Captions and Interactive Transcripts into Duke Digital Collections

Molly Bragg

Duke University Libraries, United States of America


Avalon Media System - Developing Toward Sustainability and Community

Ryan Steans1, Jon Cameron2, Carissa Egan3, Sarah Romkey4, Erin O'Meara4

1: Northwestern University, United States of America; 2: Indiana University, United States of America; 3: Lyrasis, United States of America; 4: Artefactual, Canada

#t2b: Design and Discovery
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Joy Banks, CLIR
 

Evaluating Discovery Architectures

David Bietila, Emma Boettcher

University of Chicago Library, United States of America


Discovering Digitized Primary Sources: Google Search & Umbra Search African American History

Cecily Marcus

University of Minnesota/Umbra Search, United States of America


Trans-inclusive systems design

Erin White

Virginia Commonwealth University, United States of America


(re)Building for the Archival Moment: Progressive Web Apps as Digital Library Software Architectures for Emulation and Preservation

Jason A. Clark

Montana State University, United States of America

#t2c: Building Community and Solidarity: Disrupting Exploitative Labor Practices in Libraries and Archives
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Kortney Rupp, University of California, Berkeley
Chair: Joshua Hogan, Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
 

Building Community and Solidarity: Disrupting Exploitative Labor Practices in Libraries and Archives

Courtney Dean1,3,4, Karly Wildenhaus2,5,6, Maggie Hughes1, Shira Peltzman1, Jenny Ferretti7, Joyce Gabiola1

1: UCLA Library; 2: UCLA Department of Information Studies; 3: Society of American Archivists Issues and Advocacy Section; 4: Los Angeles Archivists Collective; 5: DLF Working Group on Labor in Digital Libraries, Archives, and Museums; 6: ARLIS/NA Public Policy Committee; 7: MICA

#t2d: Digital Preservation
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Charlotte Kostelic, Library of Congress
 

Preserving and Disseminating Student-Created Video Games in Academic and Research Libraries

Tallie Casucci, Anne Morrow

University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott Library


Applying Digital Preservation Management to Digital Scholarship Service Models

Franny Gaede, Kate Thornhill

University of Oregon, United States of America


Guidelines and Criteria to Select for Digital Preservation

Lauren Work1, Nathan Tallman2

1: University of Virginia, United States of America; 2: Penn State University, United States of America

#t2e: Teaching Primary Sources Through a Digital Lens: Challenges and Opportunities
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Dorothy Berry, Harvard University
 

Teaching Primary Sources Through a Digital Lens: Challenges and Opportunities

Luke Ryder1, Renata Fuchs2, Timothy Langille3, Holly Huffnagle4

1: US Holocaust Memorial Museum; 2: University of California, Los Angeles; 3: Arizona State University; 4: Westmont College

11:25am
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11:50am
Morning Break
Location: Milan Promenade
11:50am
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12:45pm
#t3a: Leveraging Community
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Deirdre Joyce, Syracuse University Libraries
 

It Takes a Village: Open Source Software Models of Collaboration & Sustainability

Ann Baird Whiteside1, Katherine Skinner2, Laurie Gemmill Arp3

1: Harvard University, United States of America; 2: Educopia, United States of America; 3: LYRASIS, United States of America


Thanks for Sharing : A Case Study on Crowdsourcing Materials and Metadata for Digital Collections

Sarah Sweeney

Northeastern University, United States of America


The Larger Community: Leveraging widely used tools to build low-cost, low-risk solutions

Michael Durbin

University of Virginia Library, United States of America

#t3b: Digitization: Pedagogy and Practice
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Andrea Schuler, Tufts University
Chair: Barbara Laufersweiler, University of Oklahoma Libraries
 

Recentering Community for Decentralized Digital Preservation: LOCKSS Community and Technical Strategy

Nicholas Taylor

LOCKSS Program, Stanford Libraries


User Directed Scrapbook Digitization

Shannon Willis, Marcia McIntosh

University of North Texas, United States of America


Beyond the Pages: Early Bound Works in Digital Collections

Barbara Laufersweiler

University of Oklahoma Libraries, United States of America

#t3c: Collaboration and Capacity
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Amy Bocko, Western Michigan University
Chair: Perry Collins, Ball State University
 

Partner or perish: Agile approaches to developing a responsive digital scholarship model

Beth Russell

New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates


Visualization Community - Visualizing Communities: An Introduction to the Immersive Scholar Project

Shelby Hallman, Markus Wust, Micah Vandegrift, Erica Hayes

North Carolina State University Libraries


The Future is now Digital Collecting on a Global Scale: A How To

Todd Grappone, Sharon Farb

UCLA, United States of America


Building Capacity for Digital Library Services When They Won’t Even Hire a Metadata Librarian

Roxanne Shirazi

The Graduate Center, City University of New York, United States of America

#t3d: Putting theory into practice: Lessons from the Data Curation Network
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Liz Woolcott, Utah State University
 

Putting theory into practice: Lessons from the Data Curation Network

Lisa Johnston1, Cynthia Hudson Vitale2, Jake Carlson3, Heidi Imker7, Wendy Kozlowski4, Joel Herndon5, Mara Blake6, Elizabeth Hull8, Rob Olendorf2, Claire Stewart1, Tim McGeary5, Robert Olendorf2

1: University of Minnesota; 2: Penn State University; 3: University of Michigan; 4: Cornell University; 5: Duke University; 6: Johns Hopkins University; 7: University of Illinois at Urbana­-Champaign; 8: Dryad Data Repository

#t3e: Organizing for Change, Organizing for Power
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Joshua Hogan, Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
 

Organizing for Change, Organizing for Power

Emily Drabinski1, Sandy Rodriguez2, Lisa Hinchliffe3

1: Long Island University, Brooklyn; 2: University of Missouri-Kansas City; 3: University of Illinois-Urbana

12:45pm
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2:10pm
#tluncha: #DLFteach Working Lunch
Location: Marche 1+2
 

#DLFteach Working Lunch

Elizabeth Gibes1, Brianna Gormly2, Jessica Greene3, Nicholas Homenda4, Erin Pappas5, Elizabeth Rodrigues6, Chelcie Rowell7, Maura Seale8

1: Marquette University; 2: Franklin and Marshall College; 3: Claremont Colleges; 4: Indiana University Libraries; 5: University of Virginia; 6: Grinnell College; 7: Boston College; 8: University of Michigan

#tlunchb: Labor Group Working Meeting
Location: Modena 1+2
 

Labor Group Working Meeting

Ruth Tillman1, Sandy Rodriguez2, Amy Wickner3

1: Penn State University Libraries, United States of America; 2: University of Missouri - Kansas City, United States of America; 3: University of Maryland Libraries, United States of America

#tlunchc: DLF Government Records Transparency/Accountability interest group
Location: Molise 1+2+3
 

Working Lunch: DLF Government Records Transparency/Accountability interest group

Rachel Mattson1, Brandon Locke2

1: University of Minnesota Libraries, United States of America; 2: Michigan State University, United States of America

Lunch Buffet
Location: Pavilion
 
2:10pm
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3:05pm
#t4a: Digital Oral Histories
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Matt Schultz, Grand Valley State University
 

Digital Oral Histories

Rebecca Ciota1, Marcus Barnes2, Devin Becker3, Jylisa Doney3, Elizabeth Rodrigues1, Mark McFate1

1: Grinnell College, United States of America; 2: University of Toronto Scarsborough, Canada; 3: University of Idaho

#t4b: Funding Possibilities: Programs, Priorities, and Trends
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Amy Rudersdorf, AVP
 

Funding Possibilities: Programs, Priorities, and Trends

Nicole Ferraiolo1, Patricia Hswe2, Joel Wurl3, Emily Reynolds4, Leah Weinryb-Grohsgal3, Ashley Sands4

1: Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR); 2: The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; 3: National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH); 4: Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)

#t4c: Collections and/as Data
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
 

Playing Ball: Flash-building a Linked Open Data Tool for Digital Baseball Collections

Alex Humphreys1, Jaime Mears2

1: JSTOR Labs; 2: Library of Congress Labs


Using Deep Learning to Identify and Categorize Book Annotations: A Collaboration between Digital Librarians and Computer Science Students

Dawn Childress, Peter Broadwell

UCLA, United States of America


Wikidata, Digital Collections and Open Social Knowledge Creation

Dean Seeman

University of Victoria, Canada


Strategies for Sustainability and Preservation: the case of the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI)

Émilie Pagé-Perron

University of California Los Angeles, University of Toronto

#t4d: Text and Data Mining
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Samuel Dyal, Arizona State University
 

Legal Literacies for Text Data Mining

Cody Hennesy, Rachael Samberg

University of California, Berkeley, United States of America


Empowering Librarians to Support Digital Scholarship Research: The "Digging Deeper, Reaching Further" project

Harriett Green1, Eleanor Dickson Koehl1, Leanne Nay2, Amanda Henley3, Geoff Morse4

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


Text-mining for Diversity and Inclusion in Open Textbooks

Stephanie Pierce

University of Arkansas, United States of America


HathiTrust and Non-consumptive Research Services: Prospects

Mike Furlough1, Brandon Butler2, Harriett Green3

1: HathiTrust; 2: University of Virginia; 3: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

#t4e: Pedagogy and Digital Archives in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Hélène Huet, University of Florida
 

Pedagogy and Digital Archives in Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Mike Zarafonetis1, Alex Galarza1, Hannah Alpert-Abrams2, Mario Ramirez3, Crystal Felima4

1: Haverford College, United States of America; 2: University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 3: Indiana University, United States of America; 4: University of Florida, United States of America

3:10pm
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4:05pm
#t5a: Filling the Gaps: Community Engagement and Capacity-Building in Consortial and Non-Profit Organizations
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Sarah Walden McGowan, Amherst College
 

Filling the Gaps: Community Engagement and Capacity-Building in Consortial and Non-Profit Organizations

Kerri Willette1, Andrea Jackson2, Mark Puente3, Lynette Johnson4

1: Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO); 2: Black Metropolis Research Consortium (BMRC); 3: Association for Research Libraries (ARL); 4: HistoryPin

#t5b: Nurturing Citizen Scholarship: Civic Education and Digital Learning in the Neoliberal University
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Joshua Hogan, Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
 

Nurturing Citizen Scholarship: Civic Education and Digital Learning in the Neoliberal University

Chelsea Heinbach3, Brandon Locke1, Rikk Mulligan4, Kush Patel2, kynita stringer-stanback5

1: Michigan State University; 2: University of Michigan; 3: University of Nevada, Las Vegas; 4: Carnegie Mellon University; 5: University of California, Santa Barbara

#t5c: Collections and Communities
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Elliott Stevens, University of Washington Libraries
 

Testimonies: The Rewards & Challenges of Letting Their Voices be Heard

Melissa VandeBurgt1, Kaleena Rivera2

1: Florida Gulf Coast University, United States of America; 2: Florida Gulf Coast University, United States of America


Update: Modeling the Oikos in Omeka S

Scout Calvert

Michigan State University, United States of America


A Digital North Miami: preserving one city’s historical collections

Martin Kass

Florida International University, United States of America


Voices of Change: Preserving and Presenting Radio Haiti

Maggie Dickson

Duke University Libraries, United States of America


Community and Collections: Data as Civic Engagement

Andrzej Rutkowski, Stacy Williams

university of southern california, United States of America

#t5d: Digital Scholarship: Teaching and Tactics
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Carrie Pirmann, Bucknell University
 

Antisemitism on Twitter: Teaching Students How to Analyze Online Hate Through A Simple Information Literacy Assignment

Melanie Hubbard

Loyola Marymount University


Making “Good on Paper” Work IRL: 10 Practical Tips for Executing Collaborative Models of Digital Scholarship Services

Megan Martinsen

Georgetown University, United States of America


“I don’t know, you tell me”: Awareness of Digital Scholarship in an Academic Library

Autumn Mayes2, Kim Martin1

1: University of Guelph, Canada; 2: Western University, Canada


Building a Digital Humanities Student Developer Toolkit

Sasha Renninger, Jonathan Enderle

University of Pennsylvania, United States of America


Why am I in this workshop?: Using a Boundary Object Framework for Teaching Digital Scholarship Tools

Jessica Greene, Jeanine Finn

The Claremont Colleges, United States of America

#t5e: Spaced Out! (3D and/or VR)
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Kortney Rupp, University of California, Berkeley
 

Relive the past: digital library facilitates access to archaeological data

Xiying Mi, Richard Bernardy

University of South Florida Libraries, United States of America


Beyond Makerspaces: Fabricating a Bibliographic Community

Courtney Jacobs3, Marcia McIntosh1, Kevin M. O’Sullivan2

1: University of North Texas, United States of America; 2: Texas A&M University, United States of America; 3: University of California, Los Angeles


The Virtual Blockson: The Challenges and Promises of VR in Education

Jasmine Lelis Clark, Alex Wermer-Colan

Temple University, United States of America


Digital Collections in Virtual Reality: Seeing with New Eyes

Brandon Patterson

University of Utah, United States of America

4:05pm
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4:30pm
Afternoon Break
Location: Milan Promenade
4:30pm
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5:25pm
#t6a: Campus Outreach (Privacy+)
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Helene Williams, University of Washington iSchool
 

Tangible Outcomes: The Intersection of Makerspace Programming and Digital Scholarship Outreach at Indiana University

Nicholas Homenda, Leanne Nay

Indiana University Libraries


Periphery and (Digital) Center: The Need for Digital Translators in Academic Departments

Christopher Sawula

Emory University, United States of America


Data Stewardship and Patron Privacy: Facilitating action within your library

Katherine Ahnberg, Davonne R. Armstrong, Manuel de la Cruz Gutiérrez, Anne Larrivee, Jacob Levernier, Andrew L. Sarno

University of Pennsylvania Libraries, United States of America


What Do Students & Scholars Understand (and Misunderstand) About Digital Privacy?

Eliza Bettinger

Cornell University Library, United States of America

#t6b: Social Contexts of Web Archiving: Collaboration and Ethical Collection Building
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Brandon Locke, Michigan State University
 

Social Contexts of Web Archiving: Collaboration and Ethical Collection Building

Samantha Abrams1, Ann Whiteside2, Anna Perricci3, Kathryn Stine4

1: Ivy Plus Libraries; 2: Harvard University Graduate School of Design; 3: Rhizome; 4: Cobweb

#t6c: Collections and Assessment
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Deirdre Joyce, Syracuse University Libraries
 

Collections in transition: A digital collections interface assessment amidst migrations

Meredith Hale, Louisa Trott, Laura Romans, Don Richards

University of Tennessee, United States of America


Telling Our Stories: Assessing Reuse in Digital Libraries

Santi Thompson1, Elizabeth Kelly2, Genya O’Gara3, Caroline Muglia4, Ayla Stein5, Liz Woolcott6

1: University of Houston, United States of America; 2: Loyola University New Orleans, United States of America; 3: Virtual Library of Virginia, United States of America; 4: University of Southern California, United States of America; 5: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America; 6: Utah State University, United States of America


Administrative, Archival, and Artistic: Broadening the Institution(al) Repository

Becky Thoms, Dylan Burns

Utah State University Libraries, United States of America


Collecting data for user-focused improvements to digital collections

Emily Lapworth, Su Kim Chung

University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States of America


Which Taonga first? Updating our Digitisation Selection Process and Plans

Jessica Moran

National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa

#t6d: Platform Updates
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
 

Hyrax in Production

Bess Sadler

Data Curation Experts, United States of America


Bibliotheca Alexandrina Multimedia Publishing Platform

Ahmed Omar, Ahmed Samir

Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt


Fedora Project Update: Current Developments and Future Plans

David Wilcox2, Daniel Bernstein3, Bethany Seeger1

1: DuraSpace, Canada; 2: DuraSpace, USA; 3: Amherst


Islandora for All: Adding Digital Scholarship Tools and IR Experience with LASIR Phase II

Mark Christel1, Joanna DiPasquale2, David Keiser-Clark3

1: Grinnell College, United States of America; 2: Vassar College, United States of America; 3: Williams College, United States of America

#t6e: The Zoom Reflex: Cross-organizational work in the shifting digital library landscape
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Kara Long, Baylor University
 

The Zoom Reflex: Cross-organizational work in the shifting digital library landscape

Jessica Meyerson1, Eleanor Dickson Koehl2, Sandra Phoenix3, Patricia Hswe4, Bradley Daigle5, Gloria Gonzalez6, Ashley Sands7

1: Educopia Institute, United States of America; 2: University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; 3: Historically Black College & University Library Alliance; 4: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; 5: University of Virginia; 6: Zepheira; 7: Institute for Museum and Library Services

Date: Wednesday, 17/Oct/2018
8:00am
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9:30am
Continental Breakfast
Location: Pavilion
8:30am
-
9:25am
#wbfasta: DLF Born-Digital Access Working Lunch
Location: Marche 1+2
 

DLF Born-Digital Access Working Breakfast

Brian Dietz1, Jessica Farrell2, Shira Peltzman3

1: NCSU, United States of America; 2: Harvard Law School Library; 3: UCLA Library

#wbfastb: Digital Scholarship Working Group Breakfast/Lunch Working Session
Location: Modena 1+2
 

Digital Scholarship Working Group BreakfastWorking Session

Leigh Bonds1, Alexander Gil2

1: The Ohio State University; 2: Columbia University

 
9:30am
-
10:25am
#w1a: What would the "community" think?: Three grant-funded teams reflect on defining community and models of engagement
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Wayne Graham, CLIR+DLF
 

What would the "community" think?: Three grant-funded teams reflect on defining community and models of engagement

Sarah Potvin1, Thomas Padilla6, Stewart Varner2, Laurie Allen2, Elizabeth Russey Roke3, Hannah Frost5, Santi Thompson4, Amanda Rust7, Elizabeth Kelly8, Genya O'Gara9, Caroline Muglia10, Ayla Stein11, Liz Woolcott12, Giordana Mecagni7

1: Texas A&M University; 2: University of Pennsylvania; 3: Emory University; 4: University of Houston; 5: Stanford University; 6: University of Nevada, Las Vegas; 7: Northeastern University; 8: Loyola University New Orleans; 9: Virtual Library of Virginia; 10: University of Southern California; 11: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; 12: Utah State University

#w1b: Student Labor
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Kortney Rupp, University of California, Berkeley
Chair: Carrie Pirmann, Bucknell University
 

Graduate Student Internships in an Academic Library: A Case Study at the University of Florida

Hélène Huet, April Hines

University of Florida


The Consequences of Success: Acknowledging, Valuing, and Compensating Digital Scholarship Labor

Rachel Schnepper1, Francesca Livermore1, Elizabeth Rodrigues2, Emma Freeman1, Alicia Peaker3, Stella Fritzell3

1: Wesleyan University, United States of America; 2: Grinnell College, United States of America; 3: Bryn Mawr College, United States of America


Student Support for Digital Initiatives: Integrating Student Assistants into Staff Workflows

Christina Miskey, Kelsey Lupo, Andrea Wirth, Cory Lampert

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

#w1c: Open-Source Options for Audiovisual Preservation
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
 

Open-Source Options for Audiovisual Preservation

Ashley Blewer1, Kathryn Gronsbell2, Steven Villereal3

1: n/a; 2: Carnegie Hall; 3: University of Virginia Library

#w1d: Streamline and Sprint
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Dorothy Berry, Harvard University
 

What’s In The Box? Assessing the potential usability of four decades of thesis and dissertation supplementary files

Steve Van Tuyl

Oregon State University, United States of America


Collaboration beyond code: Sprints for non-technical work

Heather Greer Klein

DuraSpace, United States of America


Can You Scan This for Me?: Making the Most of Patron Digitization Requests in the Archives

Darcy Pumphrey, Andrea Payant, Jennifer Duncan

Utah State University, United States of America


Efficient, equitable, sustainable, visible, understandable: Improving digital workflows at the University of Washington Libraries

Moriah Caruso, Jennifer Ward

University of Washington Libraries, United States of America

#w1e: Building and Understanding Community
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Lisa Spiro, Rice University
 

Consumers as Creators: Understanding the annotation needs of the scientific community through the domain of botany

Trish Rose-Sandler1, William Ulate1, Thomas Finan2, Patrick Cuba2, Donal Hegarty2

1: Missouri Botanical Garden, United States of America; 2: Saint Louis University, United States of America


Sustaining communities of practice in digital scholarship and data science

Jennifer T. Nichols, Jeffrey C. Oliver

University of Arizona Libraries, United States of America


Tracing the Rise of the Authentic Community in the Digital Realm

Rhiannon Bettivia1, Elizabeth Stainforth2

1: University of Illinois, United States of America; 2: University of Leeds, United Kingdom


Sharing is Caring: Implementing a Born-Digital Materials Archivists Study Group at UCLA Library Special Collections

Angel Diaz

UCLA Library Special Collections

10:30am
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11:25am
#w2a: Project-2-Program: Building Strong, Sustainable, and Adaptable Programs for Coordinated Digital Library Activity
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Molly Bragg, Duke University Libraries
 

Project-2-Program: Building Strong, Sustainable, and Adaptable Programs for Coordinated Digital Library Activity

Deirdre Joyce1, Emily Shaw5, Nabeela Jaffer4, Barbara Laufersweiler2, Jessica Wagner Webster3, Louisa Trott6

1: Syracuse University Libraries, United States of America; 2: The University of Oklahoma Libraries; 3: The Ohio State University Libraries; 4: University of Michigan Library; 5: Baruch College, CUNY; 6: University of Tennessee

#w2b: Co-ops to Post-Docs: Models of Labor in Digital Scholarship
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Carrie Pirmann, Bucknell University
 

Co-ops to Post-Docs: Models of Labor in Digital Scholarship

Trevor Muñoz5, Katie Rawson4, Kim Martin1, Hannah Alpert-Abrams2, Heather Froelich3

1: University of Guelph, Canada; 2: University of Texas at Austin; 3: The Pennsylvania State University; 4: University of Pennsylvania; 5: University of Maryland

#w2c: Project Management+
Location: Molise 1+2+3
Chair: Nicholas Homenda, Indiana University Libraries
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
 

Identifying Blind Spots in Grant Writing

Nicole Finzer1, Carolyn Caizzi2

1: Northwestern University Libraries; 2: Northwestern University Libraries


MAPping New Territory: Using a new Metadata Application Profile to guide digital library development

Jenn Colt, Jasmine Burns

Cornell University Library, United States of America


Project Soup: Bringing several small initiatives together to feed many users

Suzanne Wones

Harvard University, United States of America


Towards of a Praxis of Library Documentation

Rafia Mirza1, Brett D Currier2

1: Southern Methodist University (SMU), United States of America; 2: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, United States of America

#w2d: Institutional Repositories
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Kortney Rupp, University of California, Berkeley
 

Sharing the work of sharing research: Harvard Library’s Distributed IR Deposit program.

Colin B. Lukens

Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication, United States of America


Migrating and Modeling Geospatial Repository Resources

James Griffin, Eliot Jordan

Princeton University Library, United States of America


Let it ROAR: Expanding University of Houston’s Open Access Services

Annie Wu, Santi Thompson, Taylor Davis-Van Atta, Anne Washington, Bethany Scott, Xiping Liu

University of Houston, United States of America

#w2e: Privacy and Security
Location: Messina 1+2+3
Chair: Charlotte Kostelic, Library of Congress
 

Privacy concerns and ethical decision-making in digital collections

Virginia Dressler

Kent State University, United States of America


Achieving Privacy in the Age of Analytics: Perspectives from the National Forum on Web Privacy and Web Analytics

Scott Young, Sara Mannheimer, Jason Clark

Montana State University, United States of America


Suspended IPs, Stolen Credentials, and Sci-Hub: What’s New in the World of Pirated Publications

Heather Wilson, Stephen Davison, Laurel Narizny

Caltech Library, United States of America

11:25am
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11:45am
Morning Break
Location: Milan Promenade
11:45am
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12:30pm
Forum Closing Plenary: #DLFforum Closing Plenary
Location: Milan Ballroom
Chair: Yasmeen Shorish, James Madison University
Chair: Bethany Nowviskie, CLIR+DLF

DLF's mission is to advance the common good through the creative design and wise application of digital library technologies. What kind of community-building and concrete action is necessary to enact this mission now, in our present historical moment? Can our systems and technologies work toward social justice and against oppression? What lessons can we learn from other collectives? How might we more effectively work together to identify and dismantle the structural inequities holding back the liberatory potential of digital libraries, archives, and museums?  Join us for a conversation with organizers and experimenters.

1:00pm
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3:15pm
Registration: Digital Preservation 2018
Location: Group Desk
3:15pm
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4:00pm
DigiP Opening Plenary: #DigiPres18 Opening Plenary
Location: Milan Ballroom
4:00pm
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5:00pm
DigiPres18 Keynote: #DigiPres18 Keynote
Location: Milan Ballroom
5:00pm
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5:15pm
Minute Madness
Location: Milan Ballroom
Chair: Amy Rudersdorf, AVP
 

Non-Custodial Digital Preservation for Public Records in Wisconsin

Hannah Wang

Wisconsin Historical Society, United States of America


Greek to Me: Using Emulation to digitally re-publish the Chora of Metaponto: The Necropoleis

Kathleen Forrest, Josh Conrad, Birch Griesse, Nicole Lumpkins

University of Texas iSchool, United States of America


What about the Social Space?

Edward Gloor

University of Illinois, United States of America


Snapshots, Breadcrumbs, and Coercive Documentation: Institutionalizing Digital Preservation Back-up Plans for Student Work

Roxanne Shirazi, Stephen Zweibel

The Graduate Center, City University of New York, United States of America


The digital librarian: the liaison between digital collections and digital preservation

Marina Georgieva

UNLV Libraries


Unconvential Tactics for Distributed Digital Preservation

Nathan Tallman

Penn State University, United States of America


Search Results: 0 — The Unseen Cost of Inaccurate Data and Subpar Solutions

Mark Ian Anderson, Farica Chang

Anderson Archival, United States of America

5:15pm
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7:00pm
NDSA Reception: NDSA Reception
Location: Milan Ballroom
Date: Thursday, 18/Oct/2018
7:30am
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8:30am
#rbfasta: NDSA Cloud Subgroup Breakfast Meeting
Location: Marche 1+2
 

NDSA Cloud Studies Subgroup - Breakfast Working Group

Matt Schultz

Grand Valley State University, United States of America

Continental Breakfast
Location: Pavilion
8:30am
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10:00am
#r1a: Make It Work: Collaborating with IT to Create Sustainable Preservation Systems
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Nathan Tallman, Penn State University
 

Make It Work: Collaborating with IT to Create Sustainable Preservation Systems

Alex Kinnaman1, Luke Menzies1, Shira Peltzman2, Mary Leverance3, Elena Colon-Marrero4

1: Virginia Tech, United States of America; 2: UCLA; 3: University of Arkansas; 4: Computer History Museum

#r1b: Distributed Digital Preservation
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Monique Lassere, University of Arizona
Chair: Graham Hukill, Wayne State University
 

The workflows that make robust digital preservation possible: LOCKSS archive case studies

Alexandra Ohlson

Stanford University, United States of America


Distributed Digital Preservation in/capacity: Balancing Network and Local Obligations

Kristi Park, Courtney Mumma

Texas Digital Library, United States of America

#r1c: Evolving an A/V Education Infrastructure: The Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship
Location: Molise 1
Chair: Robin Ruggaber, University of Virginia Library
 

Evolving an A/V Education Infrastructure: The Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship

Rebecca Fraimow1, Sarah Buchanan2, Jackie Jay3, Tanya Yule4, Laura Haygood5, Steve Wilcer6, Virginia Angles7

1: WGBH; 2: University of Missouri; 3: Bay Area Video Coalition; 4: Center for Asian American Media; 5: Oklahoma Educational Television Authority; 6: WUNC (North Carolina Public Radio); 7: Georgia Public Broadcasting

#r1d: NDSA Levels of Preservation reboot
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
Chair: Amy Rudersdorf, AVP
 

NDSA Levels of Preservation reboot

Karen Cariani1, Bradley Daigle2, Mary Molinaro3, Helen Tibbo4

1: WGBH Educational Foundation, United States of America; 2: University of Virginia Library; 3: Digital Preservation Network (DPN); 4: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

10:00am
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10:15am
Morning Break
Location: Milan Promenade
10:15am
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11:45am
#r2a: Project Management
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
Chair: Monique Lassere, University of Arizona
 

From Project to Preservation

Dianne Dietrich, Mira Basara

Cornell University, United States of America


Developing Change: How a Tech Project Enabled Organizational Transition

Hannah Sistrunk, Bonnie Gordon, Patrick Galligan

Rockefeller Archive Center, United States of America

#r2b: Practical approaches to digital asset management using ExifTool, Exactly, and Fixity (workshop)
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Robin Ruggaber, University of Virginia Library
Chair: Corey Davis, Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries
 

Practical approaches to digital asset management using ExifTool, Exactly, and Fixity

Amy Rudersdorf

AVP

#r2c: Saving Software with Fair Use: Copyright and the Preservation Challenge
Location: Molise 1
Chair: Graham Hukill, Wayne State University
#r2d: The 2018 National Agenda for Digital Stewardship
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Karen Cariani, WGBH Educational Foundation
 

The 2018 National Agenda for Digital Stewardship

Micah Altman1, Sibyl Schaefer2

1: MIT; 2: University of California, San Diego


Saving Software with Fair Use: Copyright and the Preservation Challenge

Brandon Butler3, Jessica Meyerson2, Peter Jaszi1

1: American University, United States of America; 2: Educopia Institute, United States of America; 3: University of Virginia, United States of America

11:45am
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1:00pm
#rluncha: Working Lunch: Infrastructure
Location: Marche 1+2
 

Infrastructure Interest Group Working Lunch

Corey Davis2, Nathan Tallman1

1: Penn State University, United States of America; 2: Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries, Canada

#rlunchb: Working Lunch: Content
Location: Modena 1+2
 

Content Interest Group Lunch

Lauren Work1, Matt Schultz2

1: University of Virginia, United States of America; 2: Grand Valley State University, United States of America

#rlunchc: Working Lunch: Standards and Practices
Location: Molise 1
 

Standards & Practices Working Group Lunch

Aaron Collie

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, United States of America

Lunch Buffet
Location: Pavilion
1:00pm
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2:30pm
#r3a: Standards & Frameworks
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Alex Kinnaman, Virginia Tech
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
 

So Many Standards, So Little Time

Jimi Jones

School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America


Shared Challenges: Digital Preservation Findings via Formal Assessments of Digital Preservation Practice and Programs

Amy Rudersdorf

AVP


The Gold (AU)DRIPSS Framework: Factors for a Maturing Digital Preservation Strategy

Brett Currier, Courtney R. Butler

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, United States of America

#r3b: Labor
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Corey Davis, Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries
 

Political Economies of Police Records

stacy Wood

University of Pittsburgh, United States of America


Acts of maintenance: digital preservation, open source software and power

Erin O'Meara1, Sarah Romkey1, Hillel Arnold2

1: Artefactual, United States of America; 2: Rockefeller Archive Center

#r3c: Born-Digital Management
Location: Molise 1
Chair: Marina Georgieva, UNLV Libraries
Chair: Nathan Tallman, Penn State University
 

Legal Deposit Policies & Practices of Born Digital Content around the World

Frederick Zarndt1, Olga Holownia2, Stephen Wyber3, Tanja Clausen3, Edward McCain4, Dorothy Carner5, Olga Holownia6

1: Digital Divide Data, United States of America; 2: British Library, United Kingdom; 3: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), Netherlands; 4: Reynolds Journalism Institute, United States of America; 5: University of Missouri - Columbia, United States of America; 6: International Internet Preservation Consortium


In/ Visible Objects: Collaborative Strategy and Practice for Born-digital Art Museum Records

Cate Peebles

Yale Center for British Art, United States of America

#r3d: Digital Publishing
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Graham Hukill, Wayne State University
Chair: Karen Cariani, WGBH Educational Foundation
 

Stewards of Memory: Public Libraries and the Memory Lab Network

Siobhan Hagan

DC Public Library, United States of America


Kairos: Digital Publishing Preservation

Allie Penn, Laura Kennedy, John Class

Wayne State University

2:30pm
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2:45pm
Afternoon Break
Location: Milan Promenade
2:45pm
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4:15pm
#r4a: Planning to Preserve: Digital Preservation Assessment-Based Training
Location: Marche 1+2
Chair: Marina Georgieva, UNLV Libraries
Chair: Daniel Noonan, The Ohio State University
 

Planning to Preserve: Digital Preservation Assessment-Based Training

Stacey Erdman1, Danielle Spalenka2, Jaime Schumacher3, Alexis Braun-Marks4, Kristina Schulz5, Hannah Wang6

1: Digital POWRR, Beloit College, United States of America; 2: Northeast Document Conservation Center; 3: Digital POWRR, Northern Illinois University; 4: Eastern Michigan University; 5: University of Dayton; 6: Wisconsin Historical Society

#r4b: Invisible Labor, Visible Leadership: Strategic Planning from the Front Lines (workshop)
Location: Modena 1+2
Chair: Monique Lassere, University of Arizona
Chair: Alex Kinnaman, Virginia Tech
 

Invisible Labor, Visible Leadership: Strategic Planning from the Front Lines

Caitlin Birch

Dartmouth College, United States of America

#r4c: Software Preservation
Location: Molise 1
Chair: Lauren Work, University of Virginia
 

Windows 95 in the reading room

Andrew Berger

Computer History Museum, United States of America


Workflows with the Game and Interactive Software Scholarship Toolkit (GISST)

Eric Kaltman1, Joseph C. Osborn2

1: Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America; 2: Pomona College, United States of America


Challenges of Preserving 3D/VR Information Resources for Diverse Stakeholder Groups

Zack Lischer-Katz1, Jennifer Grayburn2, Kristina Golubiewski-Davis3, Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati4

1: University of Oklahoma, United States of America; 2: Union College, United States of America; 3: University of California Santa Cruz, United States of America; 4: Vanderbilt University, United States of America

#r4d: Funding Possibilities: Programs, Priorities, and Trends
Location: Molise 4+5
Chair: Mary Molinaro, Digital Preservation Network (DPN)
Chair: Corey Davis, Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries
 

Funding Possibilities: Programs, Priorities, and Trends

Joy Banks1, Patricia Hswe2, Joel Wurl3, Emily Reynolds4, Leah Weinryb-Grohsgal3, Kelsey Shepherd4

1: Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR); 2: The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; 3: National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH); 4: Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)

4:20pm
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5:00pm
DigiPres Closing Plenary
Location: Milan Ballroom

 
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