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Tuesday, October 24 • 9:00am - 9:55am
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IDEP: UCLA Library is Reframing How We Engage with International Collecting
Rosalie Lack
UCLA Library, United States of America
This presentation provides an overview of how UCLA Library’s IDEP project uses a post-custodial collecting model to meet today’s international collecting demands. In addition to sharing challenges and opportunities, the session will provide a forum for discussing how others are addressing the evolving nature of international collecting. 
A Preservation Partnership for Hebraica Collections
Robin Pike
University of Maryland Libraries, United States of America
The University of Maryland Libraries holds approximately 100,000 Hebrew and Yiddish monographs, serials, and other resources. This presentation will discuss the four-year collaborative partnership between Libraries departments and the Jewish Studies Department to fund, catalog, digitize, ingest, and preserve rare texts for future scholars, facilitating student access to this collection. 
Introduction to Spotlight for showcasing digital collections
Cathy Aster(1), Chris Beer(1), Jenn Colt(2)
1: Stanford Libraries; 2: Cornell University Library
Spotlight is an open source application that allows librarians, curators, and content experts to showcase and contextualize digital collections using self-service workflows. This presentation will provide a brief overview of Spotlight, followed by a roundup of community activity: who is using Spotlight, community calls, email lists and documentation venues.
Newman Numismatic Portal: Building the Currency Library
Nicole Fry
Washington University in St. Louis, United States of America
The Newman Numismatic Portal, dedicated to becoming the most comprehensive resource for numismatic material, has partnered with the Internet Archive to scan and deliver millions of pages of numismatic content accessible through a customized, searchable interface. Nicole Fry will describe the complexity of building a large-scale research portal.
Collections as Data: An Update
Thomas Padilla(1), Laurie Allen(2), Stewart Varner(3), Sarah Potvin(4), Elizabeth Russey Roke(5), Hannah Frost(6)
1: University of California Santa Barbara, United States of America; 2: University of Pennsylvania; 3: University of Pennsylvania; 4: Texas A&M University; 5: Emory University; 6: Stanford University
Collections as Data is an IMLS supported effort that aims to foster approaches to developing collections that are more readily amenable to computational use by researchers, students, and more. "Collections as Data: An Update" reports on current status, future directions, and concludes with a call for participation.

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T-Kay Sangwand

Librarian for Digital Collection Development, University of California, Los Angeles
T-Kay Sangwand is a Certified Archivist who has worked extensively on preservation partnerships with organizations in US, Latin America, Asia and Africa. She currently coordinates UCLA Library's digital initiatives in Cuba and was previously Archivist for UT Austin's Human Rights... Read More →

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Cathy Aster

Senior Digital Library Services Manager, Stanford University
I am a senior service manager in Digital Library Systems and Services (DLSS) at Stanford Libraries. In my role, I manage services, products and projects, and I also work as a product owner with software engineers, operations staff and designers for the digital library application... Read More →
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Rosalie Lack

Project Manager, UCLA
I am a Project Manager at the UCLA Digital Library responsible for grant-funded initiatives, including the International Digital Ephemera Project (IDEP), the Next Generation Pacific Rim Library (PRL), and the Sinai Library Digitization Project (SLDP) project. Prior to joining UCLA... Read More →
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Thomas Padilla

Practitioner Researcher in Residence, OCLC Research
Collections as Data, Digital Scholarship, Digital Humanities, Humanities data, data curation, and data information literacy. Tacos.
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Robin C Pike

Manager, Digital Conversion and Media Reformatting, University of Maryland
Robin Pike is the Manager, Digital Conversion and Media Reformatting at the University of Maryland managing digitization operations across seven College Park Libraries. She has been Co-PI of an NEH National Digital Newspaper Program grant for three phases and other grants funded by... Read More →

Tuesday October 24, 2017 9:00am - 9:55am EDT