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Date: Wednesday, 12/Jun/2019
8:00am
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9:00am
Morning coffee
8:30am
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5:00pm
Registration
9:00am
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10:30am
P3A: Repositories and the future of scholarly publishing
Location: Lecture Hall A
Chair: Iryna Kuchma, Stichting eIFL.net
 

A conceptual model for building publishing services on top of a distributed network of repositories

Kathleen Shearer1, Eloy Rodrigues1,2, Tony Ross-Hellauer3, Benedikt Fecher4, John Willinsky5, Paolo Manghi6, Natalia Manola7, Susanna Mornati8, Pedro Principe2

1: COAR, International; 2: University of Minho, Portugal; 3: Know-Center, Austria; 4: Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Germany; 5: Public Knowledge Project, Canada; 6: National Research Centre, Italy; 7: Athena Research Centre, Greece; 8: 4Science srl, Italy


Discovering the rules of the game of preprints

Andrea Chiarelli1, Rob Johnson1, Emma Louise Richens1, - Knowledge Exchange Task and Finish Group on Preprints2

1: Research Consulting Limited, United Kingdom; 2: Knowledge Exchange


Adding value to repositories through overlay journals

Courtney Matthews1, Oya Rieger2,3, Kathleen Shearer4, Martha Whitehead1

1: Queen's University, Canada; 2: arXiv, United States; 3: Cornell University, United States; 4: COAR, International

P3B: Research data and the Oxford Common File Layout standard
Location: Lecture Hall B
Chair: Claire Knowles, University of Leeds
 

OCFL: An application-independent file layout for repositories

Andrew Hankinson1, Neil Jefferies1, Rosalyn Metz2, Julian Morley3, Simeon Warner4, Andrew Woods5

1: Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford; 2: Emory University; 3: Stanford University; 4: Cornell University; 5: DuraSpace


Implementation of a Research Data Repository using the Oxford Common File Layout standard at the University of Technology Sydney

Michael Lynch, Peter Sefton

University of Technology Sydney, Australia


More than preservation: Creating motivational designs and tailored incentives in research data repositories

Sebastian Stefan Feger1,2, Sünje Dallmeier-Tiessen1, Pamfilos Fokianos1, Dinos Kousidis1, Artemis Lavasa1, Rokas Maciulaitis1, Jan Okraska1, Diego Rodriguez Rodriguez1, Tibor Šimko1, Anna Trzcinska1, Ioannis Tsanaktsidis1, Stephanie van de Sandt1,3

1: CERN, Switzerland; 2: LMU Munich, Germany; 3: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

P3C: 24x7s: Designing for users
Location: Lecture Hall C
Chair: Katharina Mueller, University of Goettingen
 

Replicating DSpace Content to the Internet Archive

Irene C. Berry

Naval Postgraduate School, United States of America


User-specific adjustments to our repository – a first-hand report

Margo Bargheer, Daniel Beucke, Mustafa Dogan

Göttingen State and University Library, Germany


Interactive Engagement Experiences: Next Level Open Access for Collections

Lee Boulie

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


Engagement and Sustainability Through User-Centered Design

Patrick Galligan

Rockefeller Archive Center, United States of America


Bringing your user community with you...a story of successful engagement!

Jenny Evans, Nina Watts

University of Westminster, United Kingdom


New ways to improve the common understanding of users in an agile development team

Karin Maria Ljungklint

Chalmers University of Technology, the Library, Sweden


Staff competencies in the planning and establishing of an open repository at the Botswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Tlhalefo Metlhaleng

Botswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Botswana


The future of scholarly communications professionals

Nancy Pontika

CORE - The Open University, United Kingdom

P3D: Electronic theses and dissertations
Location: Lecture Hall J
Chair: Barbara Lemon, National and State Libraries Australia
 

Issues in Transformation of Indian Traditional Print and Born Digital Theses into Open Access Electronic Theses

Perumal Ganesan

Alagappa University, India


Improving LA Referencia metadata by linking research profiles to repositories: the case of the Brazilian Digital Library of Thesis and Dissertations (BDTD) and the Lattes CV Platform

Lautaro J. Matas3, Washington Luís Ribeiro de Carvalho Segundo1, Thiago M. R. Dias2

1: Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT), Brazil; 2: Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais (CEFET/MG); 3: Red de Repositorios de Acceso Abierto a La Ciencia (LA Referencia), Chile


Integration of a national e-theses online service with institutional repositories

Vasily Bunakov1, Frances Madden2

1: STFC UKRI (UK Research and Innovation), United Kingdom; 2: British Library, United Kingdom

P3E: Developer Track
Location: Lecture Hall M
Chair: Pascal Becker, The Library Code GmbH
 

DSpace 7 - Creating High-Quality Software: Update to Development Practices

Andrea Bollini1, Terry Brady2, Giuseppe Digilio1, Tim Donohue3

1: 4Science, Italy; 2: Georgetown University Library; 3: DuraSpace


Web Data Engineering: A Technical Perspective on Web Archives

Helge Holzmann

Internet Archive, United States of America


Tools and Techniques for a Repository-Centric Architecture with Fedora

Joshua A. Westgard

University of Maryland Libraries, United States of America

10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
11:00am
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12:30pm
P4A: Introducing DSpace 7
Location: Lecture Hall A
Chair: Jyrki Ilva, National Library of Finland
 

Introducing DSpace 7

Tim Donohue

DuraSpace, United States of America


DSpace 7 - The Angular UI from a user’s perspective

Ignace Deroost, Art Lowel

Atmire, Belgium


DSpace 7 - Enhanced Submission & Workflow

Andrea Bollini, Giuseppe Digilio, Claudio Cortese

4Science, Italy

P4B: Joining forces to address user needs around research data management (panel)
Location: Lecture Hall B
Chair: Kazutsuna Yamaji, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
 

Radical collaborations: Joining forces to address user needs around research data management

Elizabeth Arnold Hull1, Lisa Johnston2, Nancy McGovern3, Cynthia Hudson-Vitale4, Amy Nurnberger3, Limor Peer5

1: Dryad, United States of America; 2: University of Minnesota, United States of America; 3: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America; 4: Penn State University, United States of America; 5: Yale University, United States of America

P4C: Large-scale repositories
Location: Lecture Hall C
Chair: Jon W. Dunn, Indiana University
 

Sustaining a Large-Scale Repository Architecture: Behind the Scenes of the Stanford Digital Repository

Michael Giarlo, Justin Coyne

Stanford University, United States of America


The Dos and Don’ts about setting up a very large full-text repository

Gerrit Gragert, Oliver Schöner

State Library Berlin, Germany


Migrating The Language Archive to a new repository solution.

Paul Trilsbeek

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

P4D: Islandora for everybody
Location: Lecture Hall J
Chair: Friedrich Summann, Bielefeld University Library
 

Islandora Community Update: A Platform for the User, by the User

Melissa Anez, Daniel Lamb

Islandora Foundation, Canada


Islandora 8 and Beyond

Melissa Anez, Daniel Lamb

Islandora Foundation, Canada


Islandora for All: Community Sustainability and Lessons Learned

David Keiser-Clark

Williams College, United States of America

P4E: Open access, neoliberalism, compliance and the law
Location: Lecture Hall M
Chair: Holly Mercer, University of Tennessee
 

Open or ajar?: 'openness' within the neoliberal academy

Simon Bowie1, Kevin Sanders2

1: SOAS, University of London, United Kingdom; 2: University of West London, United Kingdom


Assessing Compliance with the UK REF 2021 Open Access Policy

Drahomira Herrmannova, Nancy Pontika, Petr Knoth

Knowledge Media institute, The Open University, United Kingdom


Rights registration conditional to Open Access

Marjolein Steeman

Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands, The

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Provided
12:50pm
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1:30pm
SC membership: Open Repositories Steering Committee Membership Briefing (Starts at 12:50)
Location: Room 118
Chair: Sarah Shreeves, University of Arizona
1:30pm
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3:00pm
P5A: Extending DSpace 7
Location: Lecture Hall A
Chair: Oliver Goldschmidt, TU Hamburg
 

DSpace 7: open for integrations

Andrea Bollini, Luigi Andrea Pascarelli

4Science, Italy


DSpace 7 - The Power of Configurable Entities

Lieven Droogmans

Atmire


Extending DSpace 7: DSpace-CRIS and DSpace-GLAM for empowered repositories and digital libraries

Andrea Bollini, Claudio Cortese, Giuseppe Digilio, Riccardo Fazio, Luigi Andrea Pascarelli, Susanna Mornati

4Science srl, Italy

P5B: Practice research in repositories (presentation and panel)
Location: Lecture Hall B
Chair: Michele Mennielli, DuraSpace
 

Engaging practice researchers in open repositories: beyond A.B.C.

Helen Cooper, Josie Caplehorne

University of Kent, United Kingdom


Practice-based arts research in repositories: how do we better engage with researchers to capture, manage and enable discoverability of this research?

Jenny Evans1, Andrew Gray2, John Kaye3, Dawn Pike4, Tom Renner5, Nicola Siminson4, Nina Watts1

1: University of Westminster, United Kingdom; 2: Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom; 3: Jisc, United Kingdom; 4: Glasgow School of Art, United Kingdom; 5: Haplo, United Kingdom

P5C: Green roads to Open access
Location: Lecture Hall C
Chair: Rory McNicholl, CoSector, University of London
 

DeepGreen – Pushing on the Green Road of Open Access

Eike Wannick1, Julia Boltze2, Thomas Dierkes2, Heinz Pampel1, Markus Putnings3

1: Helmholtz Association, Helmholtz Open Science Coordination Office at the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany; 2: Zuse Institute Berlin – KOBV, Berlin, Germany; 3: Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), University Library, Erlangen, Germany


Towards Easy Deposit: Lowering the Barriers of Green Open Access with Data Integration and Workflow Automation for an Institutional Repository

Hui Zhang, Josh Gum, Sarah Imholt, Steve VanTuyl

Oregon State University, United States of America


Building delightfully fast, simple, legal ways to deposit articles for individuals and libraries

Joseph McArthur

Open Access Button

P5D: Moving forward with Fedora
Location: Lecture Hall J
Chair: Oliver Schöner, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin
 

Fedora Project and Community Update

David Wilcox, Andrew Woods, Daniel Bernstein

DuraSpace


Barriers to Major Upgrades: Assessing Migration Paths

Erin Tripp, Andrew Woods, David Wilcox

DuraSpace


Bridge2Hyku: Tools and Strategies for Content Migration to Open Source Repository - Hyku

Annie Wu, Santi Thompson, Andy Weidner, Todd Crocken, Sean Watkins, Anne Washington

University of Houston, United States of America

P5E: Standards and protocols for ingesting and harvesting
Location: Lecture Hall M
Chair: Bram Luyten, Atmire
 

DataCrate: a progress report on packaging research data for distribution via your repository

Peter Sefton

University of Technology Sydney, Australia


SWORDv3: Standardising Interoperability for Data Repositories

Richard Jones1, Neil Jefferies2, Lars Holm Nielsen3, Dom Fripp4

1: Cottage Labs LLP, United Kingdom; 2: University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 3: CERN; 4: Jisc


Comparing the Performance of OAI-PMH with ResourceSync

Petr Knoth1, Matteo Cancellieri1, Martin Klein2

1: Knowledge Media institute, The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Coffee break
3:30pm
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5:00pm
P6A: ORCID in repositories
Location: Lecture Hall A
Chair: Simeon Warner, Cornell University
 

Working together to make ORCID work for repositories: ORCID in repositories task force

Elizabeth Krznarich

ORCID, United States of America


Cultivating ORCIDs - growing a sustainable national consortium

Balviar Notay, Adam Vials Moore, Monica Duke

Jisc, United Kingdom


Using ORCID in the Digital Repository of Ireland

Kathryn Cassidy, Kevin Long

Digital Repository of Ireland

P6B: Panel discussion: Plan S and the future of open access repositories
Location: Lecture Hall B
Chair: Torsten Reimer, British Library
P6C: 24x7s: Interoperability
Location: Lecture Hall C
Chair: Neil Stephen Jefferies, University of Oxford
 

Impact of the subject metadata element on the discoverability of repository items on the Web

Lenka Shipton

City, University of London, United Kingdom


Central Platforms for Open Access Repositories – A case study of Publicly Funded Research Organizations in India

Alok Khode

CSIR-Unit for Research and Development of Information Products, Pune, India


Prioritizing use over perfection: a risk management approach to digital preservation

Rachel Trent, Matthew Mihalik

The George Washington University, United States of America


Square pegs, round holes: how can we make repositories work for arts research?

Dawn Pike, Nicola Jane Siminson

The Glasgow School of Art, United Kingdom


OpenAIRE Dashboard for Content Providers: Open Science as-a-Service for literature and data repositories

André Vieira1, Pedro Principe1, Paula Moura1, Stefania Martziou2, Claudio Atzori3

1: University of Minho, Portugal; 2: Athena Research Center, Greece; 3: CNR-ISTI, claudio.atzori@isti.cnr.it, Italy


Reinventing the Wheel? – The Case for the Development of an alternative DSpace Submission Assistant for Psychological Science

Peter Weiland, Christiane Baier, Roland Ramthun, Johannes Höhmann

Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information (ZPID), Germany


Linking ArchivesSpace Hierarchy to DSpace Digital Objects

Terrence W Brady

Georgetown University Library, United States of America


Discovery of Open Access resources in the heterogeneous environment

Viatcheslav Britchkovski

National Library of Belarus, Belarus

P6D: Research management workflows
Location: Lecture Hall J
Chair: Leigh Stork, Aston University
 

Automation and human curation to enable the preservation, linking, and discovery of research and scholarship

Cynthia Vitale1, Daniel Coughlin1, Michael Tribone1, Scott Woods2

1: Pennsylvania State University, United States of America; 2: West Arete


Scratching that itch: Process improvement and problem solving in the University of Bath Research Data Archive

Alexander James Ball

University of Bath, United Kingdom


Integrating workflows to streamline the research lifecycle with OSF

Sara Bowman, Nici Pfeiffer

Center for Open Science, United States of America

P6E: Developer Track
Location: Lecture Hall M
Chair: Lars Holm Nielsen, CERN
 

Connecting my repository to the Research Graph using Event Data

Kristian Garza

DataCite, Germany


Show and Tell: SHERPA Romeo's New API

Adam Field

Jisc, United Kingdom


Pocket infrastructures: Open and reproducible scholarship and publishing from/for the Global South

Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas

mutabiT / HackBo, Colombia


MouseBytes: an open-access and web-based repository for cognitive data integration and sharing

Sara Memar, Flavio H. Beraldo, Vania F. Prado, Lisa M. Saksida, Timothy J. Bussey, Marco A. M. Prado

University of Western Ontario, Canada


Tainacan, a WordPress based repository platform

Leonardo Germani

Tainacan, MediaLab - Federal University of Goiás, IBICT


“Why can’t I get this Digital Library App to .WARC?” - Progressive Web Apps (PWA) as Digital Repository Software Architectures for Emulation and Preservation

Jason Anthony Clark

Montana State University, United States of America

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7:00pm
Make your own way to the Conference Dinner
7:00pm
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11:00pm
Conference dinner / boat trip on Elbe

 
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