Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 06/Jun/2018
8:00am
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9:00am
Breakfast Provided - Ballroom Hallway
Location: Ballroom B
8:30am
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5:00pm
Registration
9:00am
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10:30am
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

TF02: Open Source Code Sustainability
Location: Ballroom C
Chair: Karen Estlund, Pennsylvania State University
Chair: Rosalyn Metz, Emory University
Sustainability of open source software systems Notes
 

Sustainability Through Simplification: Implementing Jupiter, a Lightweight Rails-Based IR at the University of Alberta

Leah Vanderjagt, Weiwei Shi, Sharon Farnel

University of Alberta Libraries, Canada


Fractional agile: how to do iterative development when it’s only part of your job

Robin Dean

Michigan State University, United States of America


A Python Library for the Fedora API

Joshua A. Westgard

University of Maryland Libraries, United States of America


Scripting in support of repository management: the experience of a non-developer librarian learning and using XQuery to this end

Edward Warga

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, United States of America


Swamplr: Integrative Web Application for Fedora Commons Collections

Devin Higgins

Michigan State University, United States of America


Jekyll and Institutional Repositories

Chris Diaz

Northwestern University, United States of America


Open Digital Distribution: Becoming Software Agnostic

Patricia Lee Boulie

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, United States of America

GT11: It's all coming together - three tales of community, coming together, and harvesting
Location: Ballroom D
Chair: Terrence W Brady, Georgetown University Library
 
9:00am - 9:30am

Operationalizing Automatic Harvesting

Rachel Smart

Florida State University, United States of America


9:30am - 10:00am

Integrating Two Institutional Repositories within One University System

Jodi Carlson Grebinoski1, Valerie Collins2

1: University of Minnesota Duluth; 2: Univeristy of Minnesota Twin Cities


10:00am - 10:30am

Transforming a local digital repository into a community project

Pavel Straňák, Jozef Misutka

LINDAT/CLARIN, Charles University, Czech Republic

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

10:30am
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11:00am
Morning Tea brought to you by SPARC - Ballroom B
Location: Ballroom B
Sponsored by SPARC
11:00am
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12:30pm
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

GT15: Let's get together and put it all together
Location: Ballroom C
Chair: Eloy Rodrigues, Universidade do Minho
 

For repositories to succeed they have to end. Reflections on (not just) the UK repository scene

Torsten Reimer

British Library, United Kingdom


Labours of Love & Convenience: Dealing with Community-Supported Knowledge

Stefano Cossu

The Art Institute of Chicago, United States of America


Towards a Global Comprehensive Dataset of Open Access Papers for Text Analytics

Petr Knoth, Lucas Anastasiou, Samuel Pearce, Matteo Cancellieri, Nancy Pontika

KMi, The Open University, United Kingdom

GT14: Reaching Out
Location: Ballroom D
Chair: Heather Martelle, Montana State University
 
11:00am - 11:30am

Integrating Liaison Librarians into the Data Curation Pipeline

Lisa Zilinski, Emma Slayton, Eric Kaltman

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America


11:30am - 12:00pm

Starting young: How the inclusion of student scholarship in repositories benefits students and helps to build advocates for openness

Andrea Schuler

Tufts University, United States of America


12:00pm - 12:30pm

Institutional Repositories as Public Engagement

Erik A. Moore, Lisa Johnston, Valerie Collins

University of Minnesota, United States of America

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

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Provided - Ballroom Hallway
Software Preservation Brown Bag - Jessica Meyerson
Location: Ballroom C
Chair: Sam Meister, Educopia Institute
Brown Bags: Lunch meet ups
Location: Ballroom D
 
1:30pm
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3:00pm
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

TF03: Infrastructures & new open technologies and standards
Location: Ballroom C
Chair: Peter Sefton, University of Technology Sydney
Chair: Claire Knowles, University of Edinburgh
 

Cracking the PubMed Linkout System

Paul Royster, Sue Gardner

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States of America


More than a sum of its parts: Institutional repositories and identity curation

Erik Moore

University of Minnesota, United States of America


Evaluating the Performance of OAI-PMH and ResourceSync

Petr Knoth1, Martin Klein2

1: KMi, The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA


Jisc Research Data Shared Service – Integrating Platforms for Open Science

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

Jisc, United Kingdom


Migrating the National Library of Naples digital heritage to DSpace-GLAM

Gennaro Alifuoco1, Claudio Cortese2, Emilia Groppo2, Andrea Bollini2, Susanna Mornati2, Riccardo Fazio2, Matteo Perelli2

1: Biblioteca Nazionale di Napoli, Italy; 2: 4Science, Italy


OpenAIRE Metrics Service: Usage Statistics

Dimitris Pierrakos1, Pedro Principe2, Jochen Schirrwagen3

1: ATHENA Research & Innovation Center, Greece; 2: University of Minho, Portugal; 3: Bielefeld University, Germany


Piloting Audio and Video in the Cloud

Carissa Egan

LYRASIS, United States of America


Creating sustainable workflows for captioning A/V content

Colleen Elizabeth Lyon, Christopher Deems

University of Texas at Austin, United States of America


IIIF Authentication API: access control and sustainability of open digital library projects

Andrea Bollini, Claudio Cortese, Emilia Groppo, Susanna Mornati

4Science, Italy

GT18: Islandora Unboxed and Fedora's story of an API Spec
Location: Ballroom D
Chair: Neil Stephen Jefferies, University of Oxford
 
1:30pm - 2:15pm

Fedora API Specification and Implementations

Andrew Woods1, Karen Estlund2, Esmé Cowles3, Tom Johnson4

1: DuraSpace, United States of America; 2: Pennsylvania State University; 3: Princeton University; 4: Data Curation Experts


2:15pm - 3:00pm

Islandora Outside the Box

Jonathan Green1, John Herbert1, Diego Pino2, Mark Jordan3, Bryan Brown4, Kim Pham5

1: LYRASIS; 2: Metropolitan New York Library Council; 3: Simon Fraser University; 4: Florida State University Libraries; 5: University of Toronto Scarborough

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

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Afternoon Tea
Location: Ballroom B
3:30pm
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5:30pm
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

GT21: Developing like you live in the Future - Re-architecting Avalon, Accessing AV, and minimizing dev workspaces
Location: Ballroom C
Chair: Evviva Weinraub, Northwestern University
 
3:30pm - 4:15pm

AMS 2.0: Leveraging Avalon to build an open AV access system for the American Archive of Public Broadcasting and beyond

Karen Cariani1, Kara Van Malssen2, Jon Dunn3

1: WGBH Educational Foundation, United States of America; 2: AV Preserve; 3: Indiana University, Bloomington


4:15pm - 4:45pm

Avalon 7: Re-Architecting for the Community

Ryan Steans1, David Schober1, Jon Cameron2, Chris Colvard2

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


4:45pm - 5:30pm

Developer Workspaces Panel

Hardy Joseph Pottinger IV1, Terrence W. Brady4, Katherine Lynch2, Liz Krznarich3

1: University of California Los Angeles, United States of America; 2: University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America; 3: ORCID, United States of America; 4: Georgetown University Library, United States of America

GT19: Sense & Sustainability
Location: Ballroom D
Chair: Dermot Frost, Trinity College Dublin
 
3:30pm - 4:00pm

Characterizing maturity in core archival functions that impact sustainability

Aaron Collie

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


4:00pm - 5:00pm

Open Parks Network: A Cross-Governmental Approach to Open Access and Sustainability

Christopher Glen Vinson1, Rachel Wittmann1, Joshua Morgan1, Mary Troy2,3, Colleen Curry2,4

1: Clemson University, United States of America; 2: National Park Service; 3: Southeast Regional Office; 4: Yellowstone National Park


5:00pm - 5:30pm

Sustainability and arXiv’s Next Generation (arXiv-NG)

Erick Peirson, Martin Lessmeister, Sandy Payette

Cornell University Library, United States of America

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

5:30pm
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6:30pm
Make your own way to the Gala Dinner at Emerson http://www.theemerson.org
6:30pm
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9:30pm
ES02: Gala Dinner
Location: The Emerson Ballroom