2024 Conference Programs

Welcome to The Virtual 2024 DLF Forum!

PLEASE NOTE: All times are shown in the time zone of the conference (Eastern Time).
The current conference date and time is: 17th July 2024, 01:10:48pm EDT

 
 
Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 22/Oct/2024
11:00am
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11:50am
Welcome and Featured Speaker
Location: Main Plenary Room
12:00pm
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12:50pm
Tu01: Data Speculations: Expanding Access to Copyrighted Collections as Data
Location: Breakout 1
 

Data Speculations: Expanding Access to Copyrighted Collections as Data

Alex Wermer-Colan1, Sarah Potvin2, Rachael Samberg3, Brandon Butler4

1: Temple University, United States of America; 2: Texas A&M University, United States of America; 3: University of California, Berkeley, United States of America; 4: Jaszi Butler, PLLC

Tu02: From Tactile to Digital: Translating Complex Physical Collections through Digitization and Description
Location: Breakout 2
 

From Tactile to Digital: Translating Complex Physical Collections through Digitization and Description

Stephanie M. Luke, Angela Waarala, Rachael Johns, Siobhan McKissic, Ruthann E. Mowry

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, United States of America

Tu03: Will This Be Maintained? User-Centered Design for Future Us
Location: Breakout 3
 

Will This Be Maintained? User-Centered Design for Future Us

Luke Menzies, Aaron Pahl, Grayson Murphy

University of Alabama at Birmingham, United States of America

Tu04: Hands-on Tech problem-solving in your library using the Toward Gigabit Libraries toolkit
Location: Breakout 4
 

Hands-on Tech problem-solving in your library using the Toward Gigabit Libraries toolkit

Therese Perlowski, Stephanie Stenberg

Internet2, United States of America

1:00pm
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1:50pm
Tu05: Enhancing Exhibit Accessibility through 3D Interactive Technologies
Location: Breakout 1
 

Enhancing Exhibit Accessibility through 3D Interactive Technologies

Aaron Pahl, Anna Kaetz

University of Alabama at Birmingham, United States of America

Tu06: Towards Resilient Open Infrastructures: Celebrating and Navigating Organizational Transitions
Location: Breakout 2
 

Towards Resilient Open Infrastructures: Celebrating and Navigating Organizational Transitions

Caroline Edwards1, Jennifer Gibson2, Peter Suber3, Emmy Tsang4

1: Open Library of Humanities; 2: Dryad; 3: Open Access Tracking Project & TagTeam; 4: Invest in Open Infrastructure

Tu07: Neurodivergent Project Management
Location: Breakout 3
 

Neurodivergent Project Management

Joshua Morgan

University of Tennessee Knoxville, United States of America

Tu08: Finding the Path Home: Visualizing Connections and Characteristics Across the PLN Ecosystem
Location: Breakout 4
 

Finding the Path Home: Visualizing Connections and Characteristics Across the PLN Ecosystem

Reid Boehm1, Ben Parnin1, Snowden Becker2, Thib Guicherd-Callin2

1: Purdue University, United States of America; 2: Stanford University, United States of America

1:50pm
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2:30pm
Break
2:30pm
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3:20pm
Lightning Talks
Location: Main Plenary Room
 

A Microfilm Collection to ArchivesSpace: An Intern Solution to Making Content Discoverable

Tony Diaz

California Institute of Technology, United States of America



Artificial Intelligence and Librarianship Labor Market Outcomes

Gbadebo Odularu

Howard University, United States of America



Captioning HIDVL: Collection Assessment, Style Guide, and Workflow

Kimberly Barrera

The University of Texas at Austin, New York University, United States of America



Creating an Institutional Memory of Jazz and Black Creative Music at Dartmouth

Daniel Lin

Dartmouth Libraries, United States of America



Enhancing Discovery: A Case Study of Targeted Digitization Reports at the University of Alberta Library

Sarah Nocente

University of Alberta, Canada



Excuse me? Agile development needs documentation?

Kee-Young Moon

University of Maryland, United States of America



Introducing the Digital Library Accessibility Policy and Practice Guidelines

Wendy Guerra1, Rachael Hu2, Gabriel Galson3

1: University of Nebraska at Omaha Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections; 2: University of California, Office of the President, California Digital Library; 3: Temple University Libraries



It Take a Village: Large Scale Metadata Remediation in ArchivesSpace

Brianna McLaughlin

Indiana University, United States of America



Leveraging Common Infrastructructure for Born-Digital Access: The EaaSI Research Alliance

Wendy Hagenmaier1, Jessica Meyerson2

1: Yale University, United States of America; 2: Educopia Institute, United States of America

3:30pm
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4:20pm
Tu09: “A Tiger’s Leap into the Past”: Artist Re-authorship and the Digital Archive
Location: Breakout 1
 

“A Tiger’s Leap into the Past”: Artist Re-authorship and the Digital Archive

Elvia Arroyo Ramirez1, Vanessa Chang2, Rhonda Holberton3

1: University of California, Irvine, United States of America; 2: Leonardo/International Society for Arts + Sciences + Technology, United States of America; 3: San Jose State University, United States of America

Tu10: Funding AI: Current Trends, Critical Dialogue, and Opportunities
Location: Breakout 2
 

Funding AI: Current Trends, Critical Dialogue, and Opportunities

Perry Collins, Joshua Sternfeld

National Endowment for the Humanities

Tu11: Getting Engaged with CLIR’s Climate Resiliency Workshop Series
Location: Breakout 3
 

Getting Engaged with CLIR’s Climate Resiliency Workshop Series

Amanda Boczar1, Justin Wadland2, Lisa Spiro3

1: University of South Florida; 2: Michigan State University; 3: Rice University

Tu12: Partner Session: Empowering Archives: Connecting Communities through Digital Collections
Location: Breakout 4

This engaging panel session will explore how three Quartex customers—Loyola Marymount University, University of Toronto Mississauga, and Texas Wesleyan University—have harnessed the power of digital collections to foster diversity, enhance access, and increase visibility of their archival materials.

4:30pm
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5:20pm
Tu13: Portals of Discovery: A Look Inside the American Congress Digital Archives Portal Project
Location: Breakout 1
 

Portals of Discovery: A Look Inside the American Congress Digital Archives Portal Project

Sarah Almond1, Jessica McMillen1, Marla Weaver2, Elizabeth Bloodworth3

1: West Virginia University; 2: Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics, University of Kansas; 3: The Dirksen Congressional Center

Tu14: Centering Chamorro and Carolinian agency through digital archiving and preservation workshops in the Mariana Islands
Location: Breakout 2
 

Centering Chamorro and Carolinian agency through digital archiving and preservation workshops in the Mariana Islands

Casey Winkleman1, Roberto Santos2, Melissa Taitano3

1: University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America; 2: Northern Marianas Humanities Council; 3: University of Guam

Tu15: Results and Insights from NDSA’s Fourth Digital Storage Infrastructure Survey
Location: Breakout 3
 

Results and Insights from NDSA’s Fourth Digital Storage Infrastructure Survey

Mark Shelstad2, Amy Allen1

1: University of Arkansas; 2: Colorado State University

Tu16: Insights from User Research on Digital Collections for Text, Image, and Audio/Moving Images at the University of Michigan
Location: Breakout 4
 

Insights from User Research on Digital Collections for Text, Image, and Audio/Moving Images at the University of Michigan

Ben Howell1, Emma Brown2, Suviksha Hirawat3

1: University of Michigan, United States of America; 2: University of Michigan, United States of America; 3: University of Michigan, United States of America

Date: Wednesday, 23/Oct/2024
11:00am
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11:50am
Welcome & Lightning Talks
Location: Main Plenary Room
 

Piloting a “Research and Development” Undergraduate Makerspace Internship

Rachel Starry, Aaron Graham

University of Pittsburgh, United States of America



Planning for Public Access

Perry Collins1, Ashley Sands2

1: National Endowment for the Humanities; 2: Institute of Museum and Library Services



Sprint or Marathon? Navigating Vendor-based vs. Open Source Systems

Sudha Anand

Indiana University, United States of America



The Descendants of the Prairie View Trail Riders Association

Evelyn Davis

Prairie View A&M University, United States of America



The Future Is Here but it Sounds Like AM Radio and Feels Like Morning Sickness

Scout Calvert

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States of America



Unlocking Knowledge: Academic Libraries' Contributions to Open Science Initiatives in the US

Kristen Scotti, Chenyue Jiao, Melanie Gainey, Emily Bongiovanni, Emma Slayton

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America



Visually Mapping Our Unruly Digital Librarianship Terms

Lindsey Memory

BYU Library, United States of America



Webjam: A Web Archiving Jamboree

Corinne Chatnik1, Amanda Greenwood2

1: Union College, United States of America; 2: University of Virginia, United States of America



What is Worth Doing Over Time?: Using Digital Collection Development Policy to Support DEAI

Jessica Breiman

University of Utah, United States of America

12:00pm
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1:30pm
W01: Validation Anonymous: A JHOVE Error Message Helpspace
Location: Breakout 1
 

Validation Anonymous: A JHOVE Error Message Helpspace

Carl Wilson1, Micky Lindlar2, Georgia Moppett1

1: Open Preservation Foundation, United Kingdom; 2: TIB - Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology and University Library

W02: Hands-On with Samvera's Hyku IR
Location: Breakout 2
 

Hands-On with Samvera's Hyku IR

Christine Peterson

Amigos Library Services

W03: The Inclusive Metadata Toolkit - Leveling Up Reparative Description
Location: Breakout 3
 

The Inclusive Metadata Toolkit - Leveling Up Reparative Description

Rachel Wittmann1, Alex Provo2, Morgan McKeehan3, Kaylee Alexander1, Jackson Huang4

1: University of Utah, United States of America; 2: New York University, United States of America; 3: University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, United States of America; 4: Educopia Institute, United States of America

W04: Learning to Use Booksnake: A New App for Exploring Digitized Archival Materials in Physical Space
Location: Breakout 4
 

Learning to Use Booksnake: A New App for Exploring Digitized Archival Materials in Physical Space

Sean Fraga

University of Southern California, United States of America

1:30pm
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2:00pm
Break
2:00pm
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2:50pm
W05: Relational Possibilities: Using Generative Artificial Intelligence in Artful Digital Storytelling with Black and Indigenous Aesthetic Forms
Location: Breakout 1
 

Relational Possibilities: Using Generative Artificial Intelligence in Artful Digital Storytelling with Black and Indigenous Aesthetic Forms

Dana Reijerkerk1, kYmberly Keeton2

1: Independent Researcher, United States of America; 2: The University of North Texas, United States of America

W06: Reflecting on the Past, Present, and Future: 10 years of the Assessment Interest Group
Location: Breakout 2
 

Reflecting on the Past, Present, and Future: 10 years of the Assessment Interest Group

Kate Flynn1, Santi Thompson2, Jess Waggoner3, Paula Kiser4

1: University of Illinois Chicago; 2: University of Houston; 3: University of California, Santa Cruz; 4: Washington and Lee University Libraries

W07: A Collaborative Approach: Providing Access to Black Voices of Iowa and Their Stories
Location: Breakout 3
 

A Collaborative Approach: Providing Access to Black Voices of Iowa and Their Stories

Laura Sullivan1, Leo Landis2

1: Iowa State University; 2: State Historical Society of Iowa

W08: Partner Session: 4Science
Location: Breakout 4
3:00pm
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3:50pm
W09: Seeing Yourself on Campus: Creating A Sense of Belonging on a College Campus for Native American Youth Through Digital Pedagogy
Location: Breakout 1
 

Seeing Yourself on Campus: Creating A Sense of Belonging on a College Campus for Native American Youth Through Digital Pedagogy

Gabriel Bruguier, Wenjie Wang

University of Nebraska Libraries, United States of America

W10: Can You Try Again?: Using Large Language Models to Generate Alt Text for Online Image Collections
Location: Breakout 2
 

Can You Try Again?: Using Large Language Models to Generate Alt Text for Online Image Collections

Theresa Berger, Cody Hennesy

University of Minnesota Libraries, United States of America

W11: Taking a UX-led Approach to Digital Library Development and Design
Location: Breakout 3
 

Taking a UX-led Approach to Digital Library Development and Design

Dorothy Waugh, Antonio Garcia Fernandez

University of York, United Kingdom

W12: A Public Digital Humanities Center for San José: Fostering Belonging and Innovation in a Joint-Use Library
Location: Breakout 4
 

A Public Digital Humanities Center for San José: Fostering Belonging and Innovation in a Joint-Use Library

Nick Szydlowski1, Christina Mune1, Samantha Cramer2

1: San Jose State University, United States of America; 2: San Jose Public Library

4:00pm
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4:50pm
W13: Open-source Capacity Building Discussion and Community of Practice Exploration
Location: Breakout 1
 

Open-source Capacity Building Discussion and Community of Practice Exploration

Este Pope1, Kate Dohe2

1: Dartmouth Libraries, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland Libraries, United States of America

W14: Digital Collecting in Times of Institutional Conflict
Location: Breakout 2
 

Digital Collecting in Times of Institutional Conflict

Katherine Fisher2, Juliet Hardesty1, Amanda Rindler1, Carrie Schwier1, Becky Sherman2

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

W15: Preserving the Past for the Future: Inheritance Baltimore’s Mobile Digitization Lab
Location: Breakout 3
 

Preserving the Past for the Future: Inheritance Baltimore’s Mobile Digitization Lab

Tonika Berkley, Shiloah Coley

Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, United States of America

W16: Safe and Informed Access: How Vassar College Libraries Dealt with Racist, Xenophobic, or Otherwise Harmful Material in the Digital Library
Location: Breakout 4
 

Safe and Informed Access: How Vassar College Libraries Dealt with Racist, Xenophobic, or Otherwise Harmful Material in the Digital Library

Nicole Scalessa, Laura Streett

Vassar College, United States of America

4:50pm
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5:00pm
Closing
Location: Main Plenary Room

 
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