2020 Conference Programs

Welcome to CLIR's 2020 Events!

You can browse the Virtual DLF Forum, Digital Preservation 2020, or 5 for 5: Conversations on Five Years of Digitizing Hidden Collections programs via the pull-down menu. Select a date or location to show only sessions there/then. Choose a single session's title for a more detailed view.

All content is pre-recorded. During events, videos are available to registered attendees on Aviary, and discussion is available and encouraged through the events' Slack workspace, to which registered attendees received invites in early November.

Direct links to videos in the Aviary platform appear below. Click on the link to navigate directly to a particular video.

Please note that to access videos and other conference content on Aviary, you MUST be 1) registered for an event and 2) logged into the Aviary system to see any content, and even then, content is only available AFTER its scheduled time. For example, a video that goes live at 2pm ET on November 11 is ONLY available after that time. Look carefully at the schedule below for full details.

Registration to our events is closed, but we'll release all content publicly in the weeks after our events.

Still have questions? Write to us at forum@diglib.org.

PLEASE NOTE: All times are shown in the time zone of the conference (Eastern Time).
The current conference date and time is: 28th Jan 2021, 12:11:42am EST

 
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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 10/Nov/2020
10:00am Learn@DLF Tutorials

Presented out of the formal schedule but made available and highlighted during the Forum, Learn@DLF tutorials are training sessions or demonstrations between one and fifteen minutes in length about specific tools, techniques, workflows, or concepts. A handful will be made available at the beginning of each Virtual DLF Forum conference day.

Aviary video link (must be registered and logged in to view): https://2020clirevents.aviaryplatform.com/r/696zw1911r

 

Exploring a Data Skills Development Gateway – the Data Management Training Clearinghouse as a Community Resource for Instructors and Learners

Nancy Hoebelheinrich1, Karl Benedict2

1: Knowledge Motifs LLC, United States of America; 2: University of New Mexico, United States of America



DIY Map Digitization and Access

Jack Tieszen1, Andy Rutkowski2

1: University of California, Los Angeles; 2: University of Southern California



Images as Data with Computer Vision

Lauren Tilton1, Taylor Arnold1, Carol Chiodo2

1: University of Richmond, United States of America; 2: Harvard University Libraries, United States of America

10:00am
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11:00am
Slack Chat for DLF Newcomers

First time at DLF? Still have unanswered questions? Join veteran DLF attendees in a low-key informal chat session in the #newcomers Slack channel over coffee/tea to help navigate the threads of social/wellness activities and general conference Q&A.

11:00am
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11:45am
Combo Session: Teaching social justice through digital archiving and data science
Location: Track 1
Chair: Matthew Sisk, University of Notre Dame
Chair: Corinne Guimont, Virginia Tech

Aviary video link (must be registered and logged in to view): https://2020clirevents.aviaryplatform.com/r/vt1gh9c10x

 

Teaching Towards Justice: Data Justice In Library Instruction

Isaac Williams

The University of Texas at Arlington, United States of America



“Digital El Diario” and Archival Justice in the Digital Humanities Graduate Classroom

Juan Manuel García Fernández, Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara

University of Colorado Boulder, United States of America



BLM, Community Activism & Digital Archiving in the Era of George Floyd

Portia Hopkins1, Wanja Kuria2

1: Rice University, United States of America; 2: Community Activist/ Independent Scholar

Panel: Managing in a Crisis: How an HBCU Library is Adapting Digital and Archival Workflows in a Rapidly Changing World
Location: Track 2
Chair: Cynthia York, Johns Hopkins University
Chair: Doyin Adenuga, Houghton College, NY

Aviary video link (must be registered and logged in to view): https://2020clirevents.aviaryplatform.com/r/v40js9hx2v

 

Managing in a Crisis: How an HBCU Library is Adapting Digital and Archival Workflows in a Rapidly Changing World

Joshua Hogan, Christine Wiseman, Sarah Tanner

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

12:00pm
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12:45pm
Panel: US Latino DH: Recovering the Past, Creating the Future
Location: Track 1
Chair: Carrie Pirmann, Bucknell University
Chair: Alexis Logsdon, University of Minnesota

Aviary video link (must be registered and logged in to view): https://2020clirevents.aviaryplatform.com/r/3n20c4t04c

 

US Latino DH: Recovering the Past, Creating the Future

Gabriela Baeza Ventura, Carolina Villarroel, Lorena Gauthereau, Linda Garcia Merchant

University of Houston, United States of America

Combo Session: Incorporating community vocabularies to broaden access
Location: Track 2
Chair: Kate Flynn, University of Illinois at Chicago / Chicago Collections Consoritum
Chair: Dorothy Berry, Harvard University

Aviary video link (must be registered and logged in to view): https://2020clirevents.aviaryplatform.com/r/d79571855s

 

Mitigating Bias Through Controlled Vocabularies

Juliet Hardesty

Indiana University, United States of America



DanceDance Annotation

Susan L. Wiesner

university of maryland, United States of America



Curationist: Designing a Metadata Standard and Taxonomy for an Open Cultural Ecosystem

Sharon Mizota

Independent Archival Consultant, United States of America

1:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch Break
1:30pm
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2:00pm
Story Time: Dr. Stacey Patton Reads "Precious and the Boo Hag"

We invite you and your little ones to enjoy the DLF Forum's esteemed keynoter Dr. Stacey Patton as she reads "Precious and the Boo Hag" by Patricia C. McKissack and Onawumi Jean Moss (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2005) aloud via Zoom Webinar. This is a LIVE reading that will take place over the lunch break on Tuesday, November 10, the second day of the DLF Forum. 

Registration in advance is required (register here) and attendance is capped at 500. This reading will not be recorded.

Questions? Write to us at forum@diglib.org.

2:00pm
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2:45pm
HBCULA Partner Combo Session: Digitally Documenting and Preserving the Heritage of HBCU Institutions
Location: Track 1
Chair: Nina Ishokir, Clinton College
Chair: Joy Banks, CLIR

This is one of two sessions held in partnership between CLIR/DLF and the HBCU Library Alliance.

Aviary video link (must be registered and logged in to view): https://2020clirevents.aviaryplatform.com/r/db7vm4393b

 

We Were Here: Making HBCU Collections Digitally Accessible Through Grants

Holly Smith1, Jessica Leming2

1: Spelman College, United States of America; 2: Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library, United States of America



The Early Beginnings of SC State University

Avery Daniels

SC State University, United States of America



Archives Bringing Oakwood to Life

Barbara Stovall

Oakwood University, United States of America

Panel: Finding a Good Fit: Scaling Best Practices for Born-Digital Material to Fit the Needs of Diverse Communities
Location: Track 2
Chair: Sarah Nguyen, University of Washington
Chair: Patrice-Andre Prud'homme, Oklahoma State University

Aviary video link (must be registered and logged in to view): https://2020clirevents.aviaryplatform.com/r/5t3fx7490g

 

Finding a Good Fit: Scaling Best Practices for Born-Digital Material to Fit the Needs of Diverse Communities

Maggie Schreiner1, Margo Padilla2, Siobhan Hagan3

1: Brooklyn Historical Society, United States of America; 2: New-York Historical Society, United States of America; 3: District of Columbia Public Library, United States of America

3:00pm
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3:45pm
Combo Session: Envisioning sustainable approaches to documentation and preservation
Location: Track 1
Chair: Patrice-Andre Prud'homme, Oklahoma State University
Chair: Ann Hanlon, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Aviary video link (must be registered and logged in to view): https://2020clirevents.aviaryplatform.com/r/0r9m32nh9c

 

One Place to Rule Them All! Creating a Shared Documentation Repository for Our Digital Collections--The Full Life Cycle of Creation, Maintenance, and Sunsetting

Lauren Havens

University of Michigan Library, United States of America



Preserving DH Projects: Creating an Environment for Emulation

Corinne Guimont, Alex Kinnaman

Virginia Tech, United States of America



‘Time Capsule’ Archiving Through Strong Dark Archives (SDA): Designing Trustable Distributed Archives for Sensitive Materials

John Bowers2, Jack Cushman1, Jayshree Sarathy1, Jonathan Zittrain1

1: Harvard University, United States of America; 2: Yale University, United States of America

Panel: Emulation in Action
Location: Track 2
Chair: Elliott Stevens, Univ of Washington
Chair: Charlotte Kostelic, Columbia University

Aviary video link (must be registered and logged in to view): https://2020clirevents.aviaryplatform.com/r/s46h12vw6d

 

Emulation in Action

Jessica Meyerson1, Ron Nakao2, Cynde Moya3, Ethan Gates4, Kris Kasianovitz5

1: Educopia Institute; 2: Stanford University; 3: Swinburne University of Technology; 4: Yale University; 5: Stanford University

4:00pm
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4:45pm
Forum Closing Plenary

Aviary video link (must be registered and logged in to view): https://2020clirevents.aviaryplatform.com/r/v11vd6pp32


 
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