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Monday, October 14 • 2:35pm - 3:30pm
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Session Chair: Jennifer Matthews (Rowan University)
Session Chair: Deirdre Joyce (Syracuse University Libraries)
Warning Sign: A Sensitive Content Filter for Historical News Photography
Eric Weig
University of Kentucky Libraries, United States of America
The John C. Wyatt Lexington Herald-Leader Photographs database contains historical photographic images documenting 20th Century Lexington, Kentucky. Some content is potentially sensitive, such as crime scene documentation. This presentation will discuss the creation of a sensitive content filter which allows site administrators to alert users with a click-thru image overlay.

Is XML Passé? Advantages of Using an XML-Centered Technology Stack in Libraries
Gregory Murray
Princeton Theological Seminary, United States of America
Many libraries have invested heavily in XML in the 20 years since its introduction, having created storehouses of metadata in various XML formats. Meanwhile technologies for developing data-driven web applications have moved on. What are our options? This talk will describe advantages of using an XML-centered technology stack in libraries.
How to train your metadata dragon
Xiying Mi, Brian Falato
University of South Florida, United States of America
This presentation details how University of South Florida Libraries Metadata Cataloging Unite design and deliver a series of metadata classes. The classes are aimed at staff members who have job duties related to metadata creation or manipulation.
Data first; turning the digital library "inside out"
Stephen Davison, Robert Doiel
California Institute of Technology, United States of America
At Caltech our approach is to focus on data as the central concern, and to think of nightly metadata harvesting and normalization as “continuous migration.” Our second focus is on tools developments. The presentation will include some examples of strategies and services to illustrate the benefits of this approach.
Dataset Search: an open source tool that supports discovery and reporting for research datasets
Sara Mannheimer, Jason A. Clark, James Espeland
Montana State University, United States of America
This snapshot presents an IMLS-funded prototype for an open source Dataset Search for institutions. Dataset Search promotes discovery and reporting of research datasets that are hosted by third-party data repositories, and it is a contribution to community-driven, community-owned infrastructure for research data.

Building a Digital Public Library for Afghanistan: A Call to Action
Dunyau Maqsoudi-Moreno
Academy of Art University, United States of America

This presentation explores the potential benefits of establishing a digital public library for Afghanistan, and its findings will provide relevant information to information professionals with a passion for providing access to countries that do not have the luxury or support to do so.

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Deirdre Joyce

Head of the Digital Library Program, Syracuse University Libraries
Deirdre is an archivist and librarian who currently works as the head of the Digital Library Program at Syracuse University. Previously she worked as a metadata librarian at SU before serving as a project manager for New York Heritage Digital Collections and the Empire Archival Discovery... Read More →
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Jennifer Matthews

Collection Strategy Librarian, Rowan University

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Sara Mannheimer

Associate Professor - Data Librarian, Montana State University
As Associate Professor and Data Librarian at Montana State University, I help shape practices and theories for curation, publication, and preservation of data. My research examines the social, ethical, and technical issues that arise in a data-driven world.
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Stephen Davison

Head of Digital Library Development, California Institute of Technology
I manage the team responsible for library systems, information technology and software development at the Caltech Library. Previously I worked on digital collections and projects at the UCLA Digital Library, primarily in music and the humanities.
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Gregory Murray

Director of Digital Initiatives, Princeton Theological Seminary Library
I'm a library administrator and project manager who still codes as much as possible. I enjoy working with a small, agile, cross-functional team using XML, XQuery and XSLT to develop web applications for search and display of digital library collections, including helping build the... Read More →
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Eric C Weig

Digital Library Architect, University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center
I am an academic librarian. I design, build, and manage digital libraries through open source software use and production. I currently manage five digital libraries: SPOKEdb Oral History Database, Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, Daily Racing Form Online Archive, Kentucky... Read More →

Monday October 14, 2019 2:35pm - 3:30pm EDT
Florida Salon VI