Loading…
Attending this event?
View analytic
Monday, October 23 • 4:00pm - 4:55pm
#m5a: Project Management+

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

Presentations
 
Sunsetting: Strategies for Portfolio Management and Decommissioning Projects
Jason Ronallo, Bret Davidson
NCSU Libraries
 
Highly successful projects and services result in maintenance needs that can take a significant amount of ongoing time and effort. How do you continue to have the time to do new projects and start new initiatives? We will present strategies for decommissioning projects and greatly reducing this maintenance burden.
 
 
Extending Omeka for Special Collections and Archival Content
Virginia Dressler, Cara Gilgenbach, Haley Antell
Kent State University, United States of America
 
After being awarded a grant to digitize a large number of documents from its archival collections, the Kent State University Libraries used a “folder-based” approach to describe these materials within its digital repository. This approach required some key changes to the institution’s Omeka instance. Find out about these Omeka enhancements.
 
 
Library & laboratory: institutionalizing a dynamic digital projects infrastructure across workgroups.
Patrick Wallace, Ryan Clement
Middlebury College, United States of America
 
As part of a broad, ongoing effort to coordinate digital scholarship efforts across multiple campuses and disparate administrative units, Middlebury College has launched MiddLab - a "library DevOps" team charged with institutionalizing the iterative development and rapid integration of new digital scholarship tools and services.
 
 
Want your project to succeed? Communicate effectively with project stakeholders! A Brief History of Mistakes Made and Lessons learned.
Frederick Zarndt(1), Clifford Wulfman(2)
1: Digital Divide Data, United States of America; 2: Princeton University Library
 
Princeton and Digital Divide have a long history of collaboration, from digitizing back issues of its student newspaper to avant-garde journals and magazines. Here’s a brief history of their collaboration: what worked, what didn’t, and especially the history of discoveries about communications and project management for the Blue Mountain project.
 
 
Plan Like An Architect: Adapting Architectural Programming for the Digital Project
Elizabeth Andrejasich Gibes
Marquette University, United States of America
 
Architects know that if design is a problem-solving effort, an essential first step is thorough problem-seeking. This presentation relates the five steps of architectural programming to librarians working as digital project managers. It uses library digital projects as cases and offers example architectural tools adapted for digital work.
 

Speakers
HA

Haley Antell

Digital Project Archivist, Kent State University Libraries
avatar for Ryan Clement

Ryan Clement

Data Services Librarian, Middlebury College
Middlebury College
BD

Bret Davidson

Associate Head, Digital Library Initiatives, North Carolina State University
avatar for Jason Ronallo

Jason Ronallo

Head, Digital Library Initiatives, NCSU Libraries
avatar for Patrick Wallace

Patrick Wallace

Digital Projects & Archives Librarian, Middlebury College
Middlebury College
CW

Clifford Wulfman

Princeton University
Digital Humanities; periodical studies; magazine digitization
avatar for Frederick Zarndt

Frederick Zarndt

Consultant, Digital Divide Data
Digital Divide Data


Monday October 23, 2017 4:00pm - 4:55pm
Westmoreland

Attendees (30)