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Monday, October 14 • 1:30pm - 2:25pm
#m2a: born-digital + portfolios

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Presentations
Session Chair: Kate Flynn (University of Illinois at Chicago / Chicago Collections)
 
Breaking Down Barriers: Stewardship of Born-digital Materials at Columbia University Special Collections Repositories
Dina Sokolova, Jane Gorjevsky
Columbia University, United States of America
 
Presentation introduces the methodology used by Columbia University Libraries to analyze the current approach to acquiring, processing, and providing access to born-digital content in various formats and to develop recommendations for improved workflows, documentation and resources needed to operationalize born-digital stewardship for CUL’s multiple Special Collections repositories.
 
 
MVP-Maximum Viable Portfolio: using personas, product inventory and best practices to balance digital library work
Christine Quirion
MIT Libraries, United States of America
 
This presentation shares principles from the MIT Libraries for prioritizing digital library efforts through the development of a product inventory, proto-personas, and best practices for architecture, engineering, and project management. Perspectives from project and portfolio management, business analysis, and user experience--which might be applied to teams of any size.
 
 
Levels and Practices of Born-Digital Access: Reports from the DLF Born-Digital Access Group
Kelly Bolding(1), [Matthew] Farrell(2), Jessica Farrell(3)
1: Princeton University Library; 2: Duke University Archives; 3: Educopia Institute
 
Two working groups from the DLF Born-Digital Access Group will report on work completed over the past two years, including a survey of institutions’ practices for, and recommendations for implementing a leveled approach to, providing access to born-digital archival materials.
 

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Speakers
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Jess Farrell

Community Facilitator, Educopia Institute
Jess Farrell is a Community Facilitator for Educopia Institute, where she coordinates the Software Preservation Network and the BitCurator Consortium and is co-PI for the BitCuratorEdu project. Her roles in past positions include project manager, digital curator, corporate archivist, processing archivist, and digitization assistant. Jess received her MLIS from the University of South Carolina in 2011. She ma... Read More →
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Jane Gorjevsky

Head of Collections Management, Columbia University
Jane Gorjevsky, currently the head of the RBML Collections Management unit, joined the RBML in 2001 and served as the Curator of the RBML Carnegie Collections in 2003-2011 and as the RBML Digital Assets Archivist In 2012-2017. Jane previously was an institutional archivist for the... Read More →
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[Matthew] Farrell

Digital Records Archivist, Duke University Archives
avatar for Christine Quirion

Christine Quirion

Head, Technology Planning, Integration + Experienc, MIT Libraries
project management, assessment, business analysis and best practices for digital library work. fan of software engineering, API's. machine learning,
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Kelly Bolding

Project Archivist, Princeton University Library
Kelly Bolding is the Project Archivist for Americana Manuscript Collections at Princeton University Library, where she works with 18th and 19th century American history collections, as well as on developing workflows for processing born-digital and audiovisual materials. She is a... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2019 1:30pm - 2:25pm EDT
Grand Salons A-B