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Welcome to the 2017 DLF Forum, the LACs/HBCUs Pre-Conference, and NDSA’s Digital Preservation 2017!

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Tuesday, October 24 • 4:30pm - 5:25pm
#t7d: Digital Preservation+

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Presentations
 
Digital Preservation Storage Criteria: Community Document for Discussion
Gail Truman(1), Sibyl Schaefer(2), Jane Mandelbaum(3), Kate Zwaard(3), Nancy McGovern(4), Andrea Goethals(5), Steve Knight(6)
1: Truman Technologies, United States of America; 2: University of California, San Diego; 3: Library of Congress; 4: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 5: Harvard Library; 6: National Library of New Sealand
 
Libraries responsible for preserving digital content must use storage systems or services to perform their work. The Digital Preservation Storage Criteria document was developed to assist in this decision making process. This snapshot provides an overview of the development of the document, and a call to join the discussion.
 
 
Preparing a 20th-Century Dataset for 21st-Century Use
James Ng, Helen Hockx-Yu, Charles Lamb
University of Notre Dame, United States of America
 
The University of Notre Dame Archives and Libraries will release microdata from a 1967 survey of all U.S. women religious. We describe the digital preservation challenges faced in “resurrecting” obsolete numeric data and how we overcame them. We highlight the importance of cross-departmental collaboration in data preservation, documentation and dissemination.
 
 
Using contextual inquiry to understand digital preservation needs at the National Agricultural Library
Morgan Daniels
University of Maryland College Park, United States of America
 
Using the contextual inquiry method, this study explores the range of workflows employed by staff of the National Agricultural Library. Resulting in a comprehensive knowledge of work with digital objects at the organization, this study is designed to suggest requirements and workflows for a library-wide comprehensive digital preservation plan.
 
 
Creating a Post-Award Data Management Checklist for Researchers
Brian Dietz, Sonoe Nakasone, Bertha Chang
NCSU Libraries, United States of America
 
The NCSU Libraries is creating a “post-award checklist” to assist researchers in following through with their data management plans. This presentation will share the process of creating the checklist, including our work with members of the campus research community to create a tool that will have broad impact.
 

Moderators
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Kathryn Michaelis

Digital Projects Coordinator, Georgia State University

Speakers
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Morgan Daniels

Postdoctoral Fellow for Digital Preservation, University of Maryland
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Brian Dietz

Digital Program Librarian for Special Collections, North Carolina State University Libraries
Brian Dietz is the Digital Program Librarian for Special Collections at NCSU Libraries. Brian manages the Libraries' initiatives in web archiving, born-digital processing, and the digitization of rare and unique materials. He recently co-led an LSTA-funded project to explore soci... Read More →
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James Ng

Economics and Social Science Data Librarian, University of Notre Dame
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Gail Truman

Principal Consultant, Truman Technologies
My company provides consulting, analysis and development services relating to digital archives. Ask me about digital storage and preservation planning; hosted preservation services; open source repositories development and hosting; web archiving. Need help conducting a cost and... Read More →


Tuesday October 24, 2017 4:30pm - 5:25pm
Pennsylvania West

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