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Wednesday, October 25 • 5:00pm - 5:15pm
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Presentations
 
Fedora as a Digital Preservation Hub
Joshua Westgard
University of Maryland Libraries, United States of America
 
This presentation describes the University of Maryland Libraries' efforts to develop a digital preservation ecosystem with Fedora at its center. It will describe the goals of this ongoing development effort, the rationales for some key decisions taken, and finally some of the lessons that have been learned to date.
 
 
How Interoperable Must a Digital Preservation Solution Be?
Adi Alter, Josh Weisman
Ex Libris, Israel
 
Digital preservation systems do not operate in isolation. Such systems need to move from offering a point solution to offering an integrated solution, interwoven with user workflows and institutional goals. In this poster we will present some of these different integration needs and several use cases from institutions using Rosetta.
 
 
National Digital Stewardship Residency Handbook
Rebecca Fraimow(1), Margo Padilla(2)
1: WGBH; 2: METRO
 
The National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) Symposium held in April 2017 gathered together members of the NDSR community to present achievements, share knowledge, and discuss the NDSR initiative’s sustainability and long-term goals. This presentation will share results from the Symposium, including an NDSR Handbook providing guidance for future NDSR programs.
 
 
The Evolution of the Electronic Records Task Force
Carol Kussmann, Valerie Collins, Lara Friedman-Shedlov
University of Minnesota Libraries, United States of America
 
Walk through two years of work from the University of Minnesota Libraries’ Electronic Records Task Force (ERTF). Learn about the past activities of the ERTF and how the Libraries is moving forward with addressing incoming electronic records with a new management group.
 
 
Texas Levels of Preservation
Courtney Mumma
Texas Digital Library, United States of America
 
Applying the NDSA levels of preservation as a collective at the state level to celebrate Texas institutions' digital preservation efforts and inspire them to work towards shared goals.
 
 
Systems to Stem Government Threats to Government Information
Nicholas Taylor
Stanford Libraries
 
The past year has seen conspicuous threats to government information, by the government. Our community and the public have mobilized to capture and cache at-risk information. How might LOCKSS, as a principle, as an increasingly modular technology, or as actual networks help protect government information both now and going forward?

Moderators
avatar for Karen Cariani

Karen Cariani

Senior Director Media Library and Archives, WGBH Educational Foundation
I am passionate about making media archives accessible on-line. This goes hand in hand with digital preservation, metadata processes, and systems to manage both. I seek to use technology as much as possible to help archivists and librarians with their work.
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Sam Meister

Preservation Communities Manager, Educopia Institute
MetaArchive Cooperative, BitCurator Consortium, digital preservation, digital forensics, workflow modeling

Speakers
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Rebecca Fraimow

Archivist and AAPB NDSR Program Coordinator, WGBH
Rebecca Fraimow received an MA from New York University's Moving Image Archiving and Preservation program in 2013 and was part of NDSR-Boston's first cohort. She has since continued working at WGBH as the Digital Archivist, PBCore Project Lead, and Program Coordinator for AAPB ND... Read More →
avatar for Courtney Mumma

Courtney Mumma

Services Manager, Texas Digital Library
avatar for Nicholas Taylor

Nicholas Taylor

Program Manager, LOCKSS and Web Archiving, Stanford University Libraries
Nicholas Taylor is Program Manager for LOCKSS and Web Archiving at Stanford University Libraries. In this role, he manages the provision of distributed digital preservation software and services used by hundreds of institutions across tens of networks, including the Global LOCKSS... Read More →
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Josh Weisman

Ex Libris
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Joshua Westgard

Systems Librarian for Digital Programs and Initiatives, University of Maryland Libraries


Wednesday October 25, 2017 5:00pm - 5:15pm
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