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Location: Room 233
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Date: Monday, 04/Jun/2018
9:00am
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10:30am
Natl. Data Service: Building a National Data Service
Location: Room 233
 

Building a National Data Service

Dom Fripp1, Alan MacKenzie2, Tom Demeranville3, John Paul Kaye1, Finlay McCourt2, Paul Mollahan2

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: Digirati, United Kingdom; 3: ORCiD, EU

11:00am
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12:30pm
Natl. Data Service: Building a National Data Service
Location: Room 233
 

Building a National Data Service

Dom Fripp1, Alan MacKenzie2, Tom Demeranville3, John Paul Kaye1, Finlay McCourt2, Paul Mollahan2

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: Digirati, United Kingdom; 3: ORCiD, EU

1:30pm
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3:00pm
Natl. Data Service: Building a National Data Service
Location: Room 233
 

Building a National Data Service

Dom Fripp1, Alan MacKenzie2, Tom Demeranville3, John Paul Kaye1, Finlay McCourt2, Paul Mollahan2

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: Digirati, United Kingdom; 3: ORCiD, EU

3:30pm
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5:00pm
Natl. Data Service: Building a National Data Service
Location: Room 233
 

Building a National Data Service

Dom Fripp1, Alan MacKenzie2, Tom Demeranville3, John Paul Kaye1, Finlay McCourt2, Paul Mollahan2

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: Digirati, United Kingdom; 3: ORCiD, EU

Date: Tuesday, 05/Jun/2018
11:00am
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12:30pm
DT01: Metadata mastery
Location: Room 233
Chair: Arwen Hutt, University of California, San Diego
Chair: Elizabeth Krznarich, ORCID
Tools and techniques for managing, maneuvering and improving metadata Notes
 

DSpace REST Reporting Tools – A REST Based Application within DSpace 6

Terrence W Brady

Georgetown University Library, United States of America


Coding with Ruby to fix and improve metadata during our institutional repository migration

Hui Zhang, Josh Gum

Oregon State University, United States of America


Mother spreadsheet, father template: unconventional ways for massive XML/RDF/structured data generation from flat sources

Diego Alberto Pino

Metropolian New York Library Council, Chile

1:30pm
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3:00pm
GT05: Limitations, Possibilities, Relevancy, and Transforming Institutional Repositories
Location: Room 233
Chair: Sara Mannheimer, Montana State University
 
1:30pm - 2:00pm

Why So Many Repositories? Examining the limitations and possibilities of the IR landscape

Kenning Arlitsch1, Carl Grant2

1: Montana State University, United States of America; 2: University of Oklahoma, United States of America


2:00pm - 2:30pm

Open Access IRs are Relevant: Research Insights and Opportunities From RAMP

Patrick OBrien1, Jonathan Wheeler2

1: Montana State University, United States of America; 2: University of New Mexico, United States of America


2:30pm - 3:00pm

Cleaning out the Roach Motel: Transforming the Neglected IR into a Five-Star Scholarship Resort

Elisabeth Rose Shook

Vanderbilt University, United States of America

3:30pm
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5:00pm
DT02: Carnival of clever tips & tools
Location: Room 233
Chair: Collin Brittle, Emory University
Chair: Hardy Joseph Pottinger IV, University of California Los Angeles
Novel tech tips and tools spanning a variety of topics Notes
 

Examining Your Repository under the Hood from the Solr Admin Console

Terrence W Brady

Georgetown University Library, United States of America


Introducing Cantaloupe: An open-source image server based on the IIIF Presentation API.

Seth Robbins

University of Illinois, United States of America


Working with the W3C Web Annotation Standards and Islandora

Marcus Barnes, Nat Ledchumykanthan, Kim Pham, Kirsta Stapelfeldt

University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada


"Talking Collections": Voice User Interface (VUI) Prototyping & Conversational Onboarding Patterns for Digital Collections

@jaclark Jason Clark

Montana State University, United States of America

Date: Wednesday, 06/Jun/2018
9:00am
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10:30am
GT10: Preservation - Integration, Infrastructure, Workflows, and an Agenda
Location: Room 233
Chair: Leila Belle Sterman, Montana State University
 
9:00am - 9:30am

Medusa – Service-Oriented Repository architecture at the University of Illinois Library

Seth Robbins

University of Illinois, United States of America


9:30am - 10:00am

OSSArcFlow: Researching Archival Workflows for Born-Digital Content

Sam Meister, Jessica Meyerson

Educopia Institute, United States of America


10:00am - 10:30am

The Software Preservation Network: Community Adaptation and an Emerging Action Agenda

Robert {Chip} German1, Aliza Leventhal2, Jessica Meyerson3

1: Academic Preservation Trust, University of Virginia Library, United States of America; 2: Sasaki Associates; 3: Educopia Institute

11:00am
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12:30pm
DT03: Savvy systems & architecture alchemy
Location: Room 233
Chair: Esme Cowles, Princeton
Chair: Elizabeth Krznarich, ORCID
High-level overviews of the latest and greatest in repository systems and software architecture Notes
 

Toward Cloud-Native Digital Repositories

Yinlin Chen, Lee Hunter, Zhiwu Xie

Virginia Tech, United States of America


Building software at the edges of heterogeneous repositories

Robert S. Doiel, Thomas Morrell

Caltech Library, United States of America


Hands on with ReDBox 2: an open source Data Management application, with services to provision and track research workspaces written in Nodejs, with MongoDB

Andrew Brazzatti1, Shilo Banihit1, Andrew White1, Michael Lynch2, Moises Sacal Bonequi2, Peter Sefton2

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


Single-Page Applications over a Linked-Data Platform Repository: Our Experience with Fedora and Ember JS

Aaron Birkland, Mark Patton

Johns Hopkins University, United States of America

1:30pm
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3:00pm
GT16: DRAS-TIC, ORCID, and Spotlight
Location: Room 233
Chair: Sarah Potvin, Texas A&M
 
1:30pm - 2:00pm

Development of a Service Management Framework: Spotlight at Stanford as a Use Case

Catherine Ann Aster

Stanford University, United States of America


2:00pm - 2:30pm

Evolution of ORCID in repositories: Where are we now and where do we go from here?

Elizabeth Krznarich, Eric Olson

ORCID, United States of America


2:30pm - 3:00pm

DRAS-TIC Fedora: Evenly Distributing the Past

Gregory N Jansen, Richard Marciano, Will Thomas

University of Maryland at College Park, United States of America

3:30pm
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5:30pm
GT22: Two Great Tastes: Fedora & CLAW
Location: Room 233
Chair: John Adewale Ajao, University Of California, Santa Barbara
 

Fedora Project and Community Update

David Wilcox, Andrew Woods, Daniel Bernstein

DuraSpace


Supporting Digital Scholarship in Islandora CLAW: Linked Data Modeling for Humanities Data

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

University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada


The Ecosystem of Repository Migration

Juliet L. Hardesty, Nicholas Homenda

Indiana University, United States of America


Islandora CLAW: Technical Overview

Daniel Heath Lamb1, Melissa Anez1, Mark Jordan2, Jonathan Green3

1: Islandora Foundation, Canada; 2: Simon Fraser University; 3: Lyrasis

Date: Thursday, 07/Jun/2018
9:00am
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10:30am
GT25: Downsizing, organizing, and communities - Information architecture, surviving transitions, and community building
Location: Room 233
Chair: Ryan Steans, Northwestern University
 

Downsizing your operation: surviving the transition from project to sustainable funding

Dermot Frost1, Natalie Harrower2

1: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; 2: Royal Irish Academy, Ireland


Understanding Connections: Examining Digital Library and Institutional Repository Use Overlap

Pamela Andrews, Ana Krahmer, Mark Phillips

University of North Texas, United States of America


No project is an Island: How Islandora developed a community while developing software

Mark Jordan1, Melissa Anez2, Danny Lamb2

1: Simon Fraser University Library, Canada; 2: Islandora Foundation

11:00am
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12:30pm
GT26: 50 Shades of DSpace
Location: Room 233
Chair: Michele Mennielli, DuraSpace
 

DSpace Reimagined: On the Road to DSpace 7

Tim Donohue

DuraSpace, United States of America


When a local project becomes beneficial for the whole community (and vice versa?)

Marc Goovaerts1, Jelle Breban1, Dirk Leinders1, Eline Schoeters1, Andrea Bollini2, Giuseppe Digilio2, Luigi Andrea Pascarelli2, Susanna Mornati2

1: Hasselt University, Belgium; 2: 4Science, Italy


Bringing it all together: Building an open digital preservation workflow using DSpace, Archivematica, OwnCloud, and LOCKSS

Corey Davis

COPPUL, Canada


 
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