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Location: Lecture Hall C
Universität Hamburg, Main Building, Edmund-Siemers-Alle 1
Date: Tuesday, 11/Jun/2019
P1C: 24x7s: Systems and Policy
Location: Lecture Hall C
Chair: Leila Sterman, Montana State University

Revising an institutional open access policy to reserve the right to apply a Creative Commons License to dissertations and author accepted manuscript versions of peer-reviewed articles.

Paula Callan, Katya Henry

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Make it easy - Integration of Data Description in the Research Process

Sibylle Hermann, Dorothea Iglezakis, Anett Seeland

Universität Stuttgart, Germany

Automating repository workflows with Orpheus, an Open Source database of journals and publishers

André Fernando Sartori

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Permissible Closed-Use General licences: filling the gap between Open and Restrictive Data Licences

Graham Alexander Parton, Sam Pepler

Centre for Environmental Data Analysis, Science and Technology Facilities Council, United Kingdom

Building node-iiif: A perfomant, standards-compliant IIIF service in < 500 lines of code

David E Schober, Michael Klein

Northwestern University, United States of America

ARCLib – development of open source solution for long-term preservation

Martin Lhotak

Library of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Answering the call: researcher-driven training in data management

Anne Stevenson, Carmi Cronje

CSIRO, Australia

OA Theses: Demonstrating value and addressing concerns of students and their supervisors

Jenny McKnight

University of Melbourne, Australia

Discovery with Linked Open Data: Leveraging Wikidata for Context and Exploration

Devin Higgins, Lucas Mak

Michigan State University, United States of America

P2C: Collections and connections for research data
Location: Lecture Hall C
Chair: Frances Madden, The British Library

In a third space: Building a horizontally connected digital collections ecosystem

Kevin Clair, Jack Maness, Kim Pham, Fernando Reyes, Jeff Rynhart

University of Denver, United States of America

The Protean IR: Developing a versatile and decentralized repository through an API

Brian Luna Lucero, Kathryn Pope

Columbia University Libraries, United States of America

Two worlds meet: customising a general purpose repository for the specific needs of Life Sciences to achieve FAIRness for research data

Asztrik Bakos1, Daniela Digles1, Gerhard F. Ecker1, Raman Ganguly1, Isabelle Herbauts1, Tomasz Miksa2, Andreas Rauber2, Michael Viereck1

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: TU Wien

The Fast and the FRDR

Alex Garnett1, Lee Wilson2, Clara Turp3, Julienne Pascoe4

1: Simon Fraser University; 2: Portage, ACENET; 3: McGill University; 4: Library and Archives, Canada

Date: Wednesday, 12/Jun/2019
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

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

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

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,, 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

Date: Thursday, 13/Jun/2019
P7C: 24x7s: New repositories and tools
Location: Lecture Hall C
Chair: Kazutsuna Yamaji, National Institute of Informatics, Japan

Lirias 2.0 - Implementation of a new Institutional Repository

Hannelore Vanhaverbeke1, Nicky Vanwinkel1, Marc Van Herck2, Veerle Kerstens2, Valérie Adriaens2

1: KU Leuven, Research Coordination Office, Belgium; 2: KU Leuven, LIBIS, Belgium

Introducing the New Sherpa Romeo

Jane HS Anders

Jisc, United Kingdom

Stripping down Zenodo to build an Invenio repository – lessons learned

Kai Wörner, Hagen Peukert, Juliane Jacob, Iris Vogel

Universität Hamburg, Germany

Usability testing to inform IR upgrade

Laura Henze, Kate Pechekhonova

New York University Libraries, United States of America

Inter-unit collaboration in developing repository services – the case of E-thesis at the University of Helsinki

Jussi Piipponen1, Miia Valento2, Samu Kytöjoki1, Martina Mether3

1: Helsinki University Library; 2: Student Services, University of Helsinki; 3: Educational technology services, University of Helsinki

LillOA : try before you buy!

Marie-Madeleine Géroudet

Université de Lille, France

Jisc Open Research Hub – Supporting Open Scholarship

John Kaye, Dom Fripp, Tom Davey

Jisc, United Kingdom

P8C: 24x7s: Reuse
Location: Lecture Hall C
Chair: Peter Sefton, University of Technology Sydney

Beyond repositories: enabling actionable FAIR open data reuse services in particle physics

Tibor Šimko, Sünje Dallmeier-Tiessen, Sebastian Feger, Pamfilos Fokianos, Dinos Kousidis, Artemis Lavasa, Rokas Mačiulaitis, Jan Okraska, Diego Rodrı́guez, Anna Trzcińska, Ioannis Tsanaktsidis, Stephanie van de Sandt

CERN, Switzerland

Long-term archival and global dissemination of climate data at DKRZ

Karsten Peters, Stephan Kindermann, Hannes Thiemann

Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum GmbH, Germany

What role can Open Science play in enabling South-North dialogues?

Johanna Havemann1, Justin Sègbédji Ahinon2

1: Access 2 Perspectives, Germany; 2: University of Parakou, Benin

More users than we need? – Making Open Science accessible for audiences with diverging interests

Jan Frederik Maas, Steff Bentrup

SUB Hamburg, Germany

OTI Knowledge Base

Nana Yaw Nhyira Butah

LMI Holdings, Ghana

Sharing images with Wikimedia Commons for repository users

Lucia Sohmen, Janko Happe

Leibniz Information Center for Science and Technology, Germany

CISAN´s Handbook of Metadata

Norma Aída Manzanera Silva1, María de los Ángeles Medina Huerta2

1: Centro de Investigaciones sobre América del Norte, UNAM, Mexico; 2: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, UNAM, México

DSpace ORCID integration: name authority control solution at the European University Institute

Lotta Svantesson, Monica Steletti

European University Institute, Italy

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