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Tuesday, October 24 • 11:30am - 12:25pm
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Presentations
 
Defining and Reconciling Archival Contexts
Erik Radio, Erin O'Meara
University of Arizona, United States of America
 
Documenting context is critical for the use of archival collections as access to the relations between archival entities is necessary for deeper understanding. However, definitions of context can vary widely between institutions. This presentation explores the structures underpinning interpretations of context, emphasizing the implications they have for record creation.
 
 
ArcLight: Illuminating Archives
Mark Matienzo(1), Nabeela Jaffer(2), John Rees(3)
1: Stanford University Libraries, United States of America; 2: University of Michigan, United States of America; 3: National Library of Medicine, United States of America
 
ArcLight is a community-based effort to build an open source Blacklight-based environment to support discovery and delivery of archival material, initiated by Stanford University. Co-presenters will discuss topics including the successes and challenges of distributed product and software development and discoveries about presenting archival description emerging from user-centered design processes.
 
 
The Indigenous Digital Archive: Effective Access to and Collaboration with Mass Digitized Historic Documents
Anna Naruta-Moya, Daniel Moya, Veronica E. Verlarde Tiller
Indigenous Digital Archive, United States of America
 
See how we use IIIF and Open Annotation standards, Natural Language Processing, community-sourced tags and annotations, and generous interfaces to render effectively accessible evidence, stories, and events in the mountains of government records telling of US governance of Native Americans in the 1800s and first half of the 20th century.
 

Moderators
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Laura Capell

Head of Digital Production & Electronic Records Archivist, University of Miami
Laura is the Head of Digital Production & Electronic Records Archivist at the University of Miami Libraries, where she manages digital projects and coordinates the Libraries' electronic records archiving initiatives.

Speakers
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Nabeela Jaffer

Program Manager, Digital Library Applications, University of Michigan
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Mark Matienzo

Collaboration & Interoperability Architect, Stanford University Libraries
Mark A. Matienzo is Collaboration & Interoperability Architect at Stanford University Libraries. Mark's role serves as a cross-pollinator of technical and domain knowledge for libraries, archives and museums (LAMs) as a technologist and facilitator.
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Anna Naruta-Moya

Project Director, Indigenous Digital Archive
digital inclusion, making archives accessible, community-driven archives, interoperability (International Image Interoperability Format IIIF)
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Erin O'Meara

University of Arizona
Erin O’Meara manages a team of librarians and staff that oversee a diverse set of services, including Scholarly Communications, Digital Collections, Institutional Repository, Digital Scholarship, Digital Preservation, and Data Management. Before joining the University of Arizona, she was the Manager of Archive Solutions at the Gates Archive, where she oversaw IT, program management, and digital strategy. She helped build the Gates Archive, whose primary mission to preserve the Gates... Read More →
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Erik Radio

University of Arizona Libraries


Tuesday October 24, 2017 11:30am - 12:25pm
Westmoreland

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