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Monday, October 23 • 5:00pm - 5:30pm
#m6: Lightning Talks

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Strategies for Audiovisual Digitization Projects
Pedro Gonzalez-Fernandez(1), Jan Jones(2), Bryce Roe(3), Diana Little(4), Rachel Mattson(5), Lauren Algee(6), Pamela Jean Vadakan(7), Kathy O'Regan(8), Dorothea Salo(9), Brooke Sansosti(10)
1: Council on Library and Information Resources; 2: Memnon Archiving Services; 3: Northeast Document Conservation Center; 4: The MediaPreserve; 5: XFR Collective; 6: DC Public Library; 7: California Audiovisual Preservation Project; 8: Bay Area Video Coalition; 9: University of Wisconsin-Madison; 10: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Unsure of what audiovisual digitization services are out there? Lacking confidence when it comes to performing in-house digitization? Strategies for Audiovisual Digitization Projects, a two-part webinar series hosted by the Digital Library Federation, discusses multiple approaches that cultural memory institutions can take to digitally reformat audiovisual materials and collections.
Cultivating a Culture of Sharing the ACRL Framework
Nancy Frazier, Kathleen McQuiston
Bucknell University, United States of America
We will provide a status update about Bucknell University’s OER posters related to the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Bucknell’s collaborative poster project generates new ideas for building students’ information literacy, and sparks new conversations with faculty about more holistic, flexible approaches to information literacy instruction.
Institutional Repository Use of UnPaywall and OA Button
Jessea Young
Loyola Marymount University, United States of America
This snapshot will explore experiment and findings of Loyola Marymount University's institutional repository, Digital Commons @ LMU, use of these two free Google Chrome apps, OA Button and UnPaywall, to expand our collection.
Content Frenemies
Elisa Landaverde
MSU Libraries, United States of America
When an item’s content has the potential to be deemed as “problematic,” can we move past a flat description to a robust narrative that objectively captures its context? In the struggle to balance neutrality and social responsibility, perhaps the word compromise is not so dirty after all.
This presentation has been withdrawn: MIT Libraries Digital Collections and Reformatting Team's Digitization Workflow Tool Project
Beverly Turner
MIT Libraries, United States of America
The goal of the project was to implement a digitization workflow application that will enable stakeholders in digitization track items (both programmatic and on demand) as they travel through the Digital Content Workflow efficiently.
Photographing books at an intentional keystone using fiducial markers
Jacob Levernier
University of Pennsylvania, United States of America
This presentation will discuss ongoing work developing new, inexpensive, collapsible hardware and open-source software designed to photograph books at an intentional keystone in order to keep books open at acute angles. Using fiducial markers, images can be digitally de-keystoned as if they had been photographed straight-on.
Digital Collections + Finding Aids = WIN
Russell Schelby
The Ohio State University, United States of America
OSU Libraries have undertaken several large systems projects in the past few years. Great effort has been put into our Digital Collections system. Equal effort has been put into our Archival Description Management System. These accomplishments stood fine on their own, however if only patrons could see them together...
Grassroots Advocacy for Access: Digital Equity and Inclusion
Michelle Gibeault, Stephanie Pierce
University of Arkansas, United States of America
How are librarians participating in grassroots efforts to expand broadband infrastructure and access? This (15-25 minute) presentation provides an overview of:
• Advocacy groups—who are they, who funds them, what are they up to?
• Municipal broadband utilities—barriers to deployment, strategies for advocacy
• Evaluation strategies—measuring impact, outcomes-based evaluation
Combining Systems of Record For Search & Re-Use
Russell Schelby
The Ohio State University, United States of America
The Ohio State University Libraries has set its sights on bringing all of its materials into a single Discovery interface. We started to look at where our information was and determined that what our System of Record was for any particular datum was a very complex answer.
Push it along: Getting Locally-Scanned Books into HathiTrust
Emily Shaw
The Ohio State University Libraries, United States of America
The Ohio State University Libraries is developing a workflow for depositing locally-scanned books to HathiTrust, vis-à-vis the Internet Archive. By bypassing our local IT infrastructure, we can focus more on metadata enhancement and scanning, and build our local preservation repository around non-book content.
Keeping the Promise: Preserving Oral Histories of the Vietnam War
Rachel Mandell
University of Southern California, United States of America
This presentation introduces a collection of 120 oral histories, which were gathered as part of a class assignment to document experiences of the Vietnam War. By incorporating these oral histories into USC’s digital library, we are upholding the promise of preservation and also providing additional avenues of discovery and access.
SwamPy: Integrative Web Application for Fedora Commons Collections
Devin Higgins, Aaron Collie, Sruthin Gaddam
Michigan State University, United States of America
Forged in the likeness of our library’s mythical fountain-dwelling swamp monster, we present SwamPy: a Python- and Django-based web application for working with digital objects in a Fedora Commons repository. We’ll discuss SwamPy’s features, how it was built, and offer our code in hopes of contributing to the Fedora community.

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Nancy Frazier

Instructional Services librarian, Bucknell University

Michelle Gibeault

English & Communication Librarian, University of Arkansas
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Devin Higgins

Digital Library Programmer, Michigan State University Libraries
Michigan State University
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Elisa Landaverde

Metadata Librarian and Special Collections LGBTQ+ Collection Curator, Michigan State University
Elisa Landaverde is a Metadata Librarian at Michigan State University Libraries. She is a member of the MSU Libraries digital repository, and curator of the Special Collections LGBTQ+ collection.
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Jacob Levernier

CLIR Bollinger Postdoctoral Fellow in Library Innovation, University of Pennsylvania
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Rachel Mandell

Metadata Librarian, University of Southern California
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Kathleen McQuiston

Bucknell University
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Stephanie Pierce

Head, Physics Library, University of Arkansas
University of Arkansas

Russell Schelby

Scrum Master, The Ohio State University
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Emily Shaw

Head of Preservation & Reformatting, The Ohio State University Libraries
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Jessea Young

Librarian, Loyola Marymount University
Jessea Young earned a B.A in Art History at Cal Poly Pomona University specializing in Polynesian Art. She received a M.S.L.I.S at Simmons College focusing in digital libraries and oral history. Presently, she is the Digital Initiatives Librarian at William H. Hannon Library in Loyola... Read More →

Monday October 23, 2017 5:00pm - 5:30pm

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