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Location: Ballroom A
Ballroom A is the largest single room meeting space in the SUB. Will fit the whole conference. Live streaming.
Date: Tuesday, 05/Jun/2018
Opening Plenary: Casey Fiesler "Growing Their Own: Building an Archive and a Community for Fanfiction"
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Claire Knowles, University of Edinburgh
Chair: Evviva Weinraub, Northwestern University
Growing Their Own: Building an Archive and a Community for Fanfiction
GT01: Samvera
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: David Schober, Northwestern University
11:00am - 11:30am

Valkyrie: Reimagining the Samvera Community

Esme Cowles

Princeton, United States of America

11:30am - 12:00pm

Integrating the OSF within a Samvera Application

Andrea Ogier, W. Lee Hunter, R. Shane Coleman, Jonathan Petters

Virginia Tech, United States of America

12:00pm - 12:30pm

Developing a single repository for open access and research data – a Samvera case study from Jisc’s Research Data Shared Service

Dom Fripp1, John Kaye1, Alan McKenzie2, Finlay McCourt2

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: Digirati, United Kingdom

GT04: National & Next Gen Repositories
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Torsten Reimer, British Library
1:30pm - 2:00pm

Moving from surviving to thriving: How Canada is reinvigorating its repository network

Geoffrey Harder1, Martha Whitehead2, Kathleen Schearer3

1: University of Alberta, Canada; 2: Queen's University; 3: COAR

2:00pm - 2:30pm

Digital Repository of Ireland Case study: Or “I wouldn’t start from here…”

Kathryn Cassidy, Stuart Kenny, Dermot Frost

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

2:30pm - 3:00pm

Next generation repositories: Scaling up repositories to a global knowledge commons

Kathleen Shearer1, Eloy Rodrigues1, Andrea Bollini2, Alberto Cabezas2, Donatella Castelli2, Les Carr2, Leslie Chan2, Chuck Humphrey2, Rick Johnson2, Petr Knoth2, Paolo Manghi2, Lazarus Matizirofa2, Pandelis Perakakis2, Jochen Schirrwagen2, Tim Smith2, Herbert Van de Sompel2, Paul Walk2, David Wilcox2, Kazu Yamaji2

1: COAR - Confederation of Open Access Repositories; 2: COAR Next Generation Repositories Working Group

GT09: Are you going to preserve that? Curation, Choice, and Lessons Learned.
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: David Minor, UC San Diego
3:30pm - 4:00pm

Improving data curation services within an Institutional Repository

Julie Rudder, Rebekah Kati

UNC Chapel Hill, United States of America

4:00pm - 4:30pm

Digital Preservation Storage Services: Choose Your Own Adventure

Courtney Mumma, Nicholas Woodward, Kristi Park

Texas Digital Library, United States of America

4:30pm - 5:00pm

Open, Sustainable, Collaborative Software Redesign: Lessons Being Learned from LOCKSS

Art Pasquinelli, Nicholas Taylor

Stanford U., United States of America

MM01: Minute Madness
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Michele Mennielli, DuraSpace
Chair: John Adewale Ajao, University Of California, Santa Barbara

DOI versioning done right

Krzysztof Nowak, Alexandros Ioannidis, Lars Holm Nielsen

CERN, Switzerland

Introducing The New Sherpa Data Model and API

Adam Field

Jisc, United Kingdom

Building a home for digital content

Julie Allinson, Stephanie Taylor

University of London, United Kingdom

Scholarly passion on the web: helping a professor create a sustainable solution for his fables collections.

Richard Jizba, Rose Fredrick, Karl Wirth

Creighton University Libraries, United States of America

Design for Diversity: Towards a More Inclusive Systems Design

Amanda Rust, Julia Flanders, Patrick Yott, Cara Messina, Sarah Sweeney

Northeastern University Libraries, United States of America

LAKEsuperior: a new old Fedora implementation

Stefano Cossu

The Art Institute of Chicago, United States of America

OpenAIRE Advancing Open Scholarship

Pedro Principe1, Jochen Schirrwagen2

1: University of Minho, Portugal; 2: Bielefeld University, Germany

Archiving Creighton University Campus Ministries’ Daily Reflections

Karl Leo Wirth, Richard Jizba, Rose Frederick

Creighton University Health Sciences Library, United States of America

Beyond Pubmed Central: and Other Data Sharing Repositories from The National Library of Medicine

Ann Glusker

National Network of Libraries of Medicine, United States of America

Jisc Research Data Shared Service – Integrating Platforms for Open Science

John Paul Kaye, Dom Fripp, Daniela Duca, Paul Stokes, Tamsin Burland

Jisc, United Kingdom

Scaling Humanities to Science: the Formation of Research Data Management Services at the Universität Hamburg

Juliane Jacob, Hagen Peukert, Iris Vogel, Kai Wörner

Universität Hamburg, Germany

Toward accessible PDF documents in Open Access Repositories

Alexa Ramírez-Vega

Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica, Costa Rica

Towards a Flexible and Robust Digital Preservation Infrastructure at Oregon State University Libraries and Press

Michael Boock, Hui Zhang

Oregon State University Libraries & Press, United States of America

Ensuring Reusablity in Institutional Data Repositories: A Case Study

Lisa Johnston, Erik Moore, Valerie Collins

University of Minnesota, United States of America

Generic machine readability and digital repositories

Jozef Misutka, Ondřej Košarko

LINDAT/CLARIN, Charles University, Czech Republic



Redeemer's University, Nigeria

LOCKSS Software Redesign Project

Art Pasquinelli, Thib Guicherd-Callin

Stanford U., United States of America

Lume’s Custom Search Filters for Communities and Collections: Automatic Insertion of New Filter Values and Detection of Untranslated Values

Manuela Klanovicz Ferreira, Guilherme Antonio Borges, André Rolim Behr, Zaida Horowitz, Caterina Groposo Pavão, Janise Silva Borges da Costa, Carla Metzler Saatkamp

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Ignatian Spiritual Exercises as an Online Retreat: Preservation of a Global Resource

Rose Fredrick, Richard Jizba, Karl Wirth

Creighton University, United States of America

Enhanced interoperability for multiple platforms funded by the OpenAIRE project

Andrea Bollini, Claudio Cortese, Susanna Mornati

4Science, Italy

Exploring Solr Sharded Cores for Dynamic Reports

André Rolim Behr, Manuela Klanovicz Ferreira

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

A Bountiful Harvest: What we learned from building bepress's first harvesting tool

Ann Connolly

bepress, United States of America

Developing a Common Workflow for Ingest into our Digital Preservation System

Terrence W Brady

Georgetown University Library, United States of America

Sustaining Workflows and Budget: Using Zotero, SHERPA/RoMEO, and Unpaywall to Input Faculty Works

Ashley Sergiadis, Ethan Reynolds

East Tennessee State University, United States of America

Data Repository at University of Washington (DRUW): A Case Study in Open Source Software Implementation

Elizabeth Bedford

University of Washington Libraries, United States of America

Sustaining Institutional Repositories: Breaking the Mold to Add Value

Karen Bjork1, Ryan Otto2, Rebel Cummings-Sauls2

1: Portland State University, United States of America; 2: Kansas State University Libraries, United States of America

Investing in open-source - community-level strategies for developing sustainable software

Kim Pham, Marcus Barnes, Nat Ledchumykanthan, Kirsta Stapelfeldt, Irfan Rahman

University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada

Moran CORE: Open Repository to Train Ophthalmologists Locally and Globally

Nancy T. Lombardo1, Christy Jarvis1, Bryan Hull1, Kathleen Digre2

1: University of Utah, Eccles Health Sciences Library, United States of America; 2: University of Utah, Moran Eye Center, United States of America

Research Data Management: diverse approaches and tools for different needs

Andrea Bollini, Claudio Cortese, Susanna Mornati

4Science, Italy

Qvain – a Generic Research Dataset Metadata Editor

Esa-Pekka Keskitalo, Wouter van Hemel

National Library of Finland, Finland

Libraries and Research Data - The Need for a New Approach

Eddie Neuwirth

Ex Libris, a ProQuest Company

Using the IR as a Research Data Registry

Daryl Grenz, Eirini Mastoraki, Han Wang, Mohamed Ba-essa

University Library, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Thuwal, Saudi Arabia

RCAAP: An Integrated Repository Infrastructure

José Carvalho1, Paulo Lopes2, João Mendes Moreira2

1: University of Minho, Portugal; 2: FCT/FCCN

Building Collaborations for Student Research Through Open Access

Dylan Burns, Becky Thoms

Utah State University, United States of America

Lessons Learned From 100 Releases

Carolyn Cole

Penn State University, United States of America

Set It an Forget It: Fully Automated Deployment Pipeline

Alexander James Kessinger

bepress, United States of America

Institutional Repositories (IRs) at University of Pakistan: Status, Issues, and Sustainability

Muhammad Rafiq

University of the Punjab Lahore Pakistan, University at Buffalo NY USA

Make Data Count

Daniella Lowenberg

University of California Curation Center

Persistent Identifiers for Research and the Data Life Cycle

Gavin Kennedy1, Ian Duncan2, Andrew Janke3, Siobhann McCafferty4

1: QCIF, Australia; 2: Research Data Services, Brisbane, Australia; 3: University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia; 4: Australian Access Federation, Brisbane, Australia

ES01: Welcome Reception
Location: Ballroom A
Date: Wednesday, 06/Jun/2018
GT12: We've been doing this for a long time - stories of long-term sustainability
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Sarah Shreeves, University of Arizona
9:00am - 9:30am

RePEc at 21: Sustaining a Large Open Bibliography on a Shoestring

Christian Zimmermann

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

9:30am - 10:00am

Taking the Long View: Sustaining (and Delivering) Open at the University of Glasgow

William J. Nixon

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

10:00am - 10:30am

How to run a repository: Open documentation of 15 years' experience

Erin Faulder, James Del Rosso

Cornell University, United States of America

GT28: Building Preservation Standards and Recognizing Issues with Collections as Data
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Declan Fleming, UC San Diego
11:00am - 11:45am

A Community Preservation Specification: Oxford Common Filesystem Layout

Andrew Woods1, Andrew Hankinson2, Rosalyn Metz3, Julian Morley4, Don Brower5

1: DuraSpace, United States of America; 2: Bodleian Libraries, Oxford; 3: Emory University; 4: Stanford; 5: University of Notre Dame

11:45am - 12:30pm

Enabling Computational Access at Scale: Are Repositories Serving Collections-as-Data?

Helen Bailey1, Hannah Frost2, Mark Jordan3, Katherine Lynch4, Sarah Potvin5

1: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America; 2: Stanford University Libraries, United States of America; 3: Simon Fraser University, Canada; 4: University of Pennsylvania, United States of America; 5: Texas A&M University, United States of America

GT17: So, you want to engage in digital preservation?
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Courtney Mumma, Texas Digital Library
1:30pm - 2:00pm

Preservation​ ​Services​ ​for​ ​the​ ​Broader Community

Andrew Diamond, Bradley Daigle

Academic Preservation Trust, United States of America

2:00pm - 2:30pm

Beyond the Repository: Exploring Integration Between Local and Distributed Digital Preservation Systems

Evviva Weinraub, Carolyn Caizzi

Northwestern University, United States of America

2:30pm - 3:00pm

Roadmap for the management of 3 million digital objects in a repository

Saskia van Bergen

Leiden University Libraries, The Netherlands

GT20: Taking Data to the Next Level
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Holly Mercer, University of Tennessee

A Prototype for the Institutional Research Data Index

Sara Mannheimer, Jason A. Clark, James Espeland

Montana State University, United States of America

Introducing ReDBox 2: a user-centred community-driven open source Data Management application, with services to provision and track research workspaces

Peter Sefton1, Gavin Kennedy2

1: University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 2: Queensland Cyber Infrastructure Foundation

Data2Paper: Giving Researchers Credit for their Data

Neil Stephen Jefferies1, Anusha Ranganathan2, Fiona Murphy3, Thomas Ingraham4, Hollydawn Murray4

1: University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 2: Digital Nest Ltd; 3: University of Reading; 4: F1000Research

Curation and Publication Pipelines for Simulation Datasets in DesignSafe-CI, an Open Platform and Repository for Natural Hazards Engineering Data

Maria Esteva1, Craig Jansen1, Arduino Pedro2, Kulasekaran Sivakumar1, Balandrano Coronel Josue1

1: Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 2: Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, United States

Date: Thursday, 07/Jun/2018
GT23: The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Michele Mennielli, DuraSpace
9:00am - 9:45am

Samvera: A Sustainable, Open Repository Solution and Community

Karen Cariani1, Jon Dunn2, Rick Johnson3, Daniel Coughlin4

1: WGBH Educational Foundation, United States of America; 2: Indiana University, Bloomington; 3: University of Notre Dame; 4: Penn State University

9:45am - 10:30am

Reaching out with Data: Dataverse Creating a Global Community

Sherry Lake1, Courtney C. Mumma2, Leah Vanderjagt3, Eugene Barsky4, Steven McEachern5, Gustavo Durand6, Philipp Conzett7, Obiajulu Odu7

1: University of Virginia, United States of America; 2: Texas Digital Library, United States of America; 3: University of Alberta, Canada; 4: University of British Columbia, Canada; 5: Director Australian Data Archive, Australian National University, Australia; 6: IQSS, Harvard University, United States of America; 7: UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway

GT29: Repository Rodeo
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Jon W. Dunn, Indiana University
11:00am - 12:30pm

Return of the Repository Rodeo

David Wilcox1, Will Fyson2, Lars Holm Nielsen3, Mark Jordan4, mark Bussey5, Maureen Walsh6, Este Pope7

1: DuraSpace, Canada; 2: University of Southampton; 3: CERN; 4: Simon Fraser University; 5: Data Curation Experts; 6: The Ohio State University; 7: Amherst College

Ideas Challenge Presentations
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Adam Field, Jisc
Chair: Rosalyn Metz, Emory University
Closing Plenary: Asaf Bartov "The free culture movement and traditional memory institutions – frenemies or love story waiting to happen?"
Location: Ballroom A
Chair: Evviva Weinraub, Northwestern University
Chair: Claire Knowles, University of Edinburgh
Closing plenary from free culture activist Asaf Bartov. Streaming. Notes

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