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Monday, October 14 • 5:00pm - 5:30pm
#m5: Lightning Talks

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Presentations
Session Chair: Gayle Schechter (DLF)
 
Using the Bullet Journal Method for self-care, project management, and archival outreach
Greta Suiter
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America
 
Bullet journals combine creativity with structure in a flexible format. This presentation will focus on how the Bullet Journal Method can be used professionally in a variety of ways. We will explore possibilities for project management, outreach and community building, and collection development through a new lens.
 
 
Developing Library Strategy for 3D and Virtual Reality Collection Development and Reuse (LIB3DVR) - Roadmap Update
Nathan Hall(1), Matt Cook(2), Zack Lischer-Katz(2), Julie Hardesty(3), Jamie Wittenberg(3), Jennifer Johnson(4)
1: Virginia Tech; 2: University of Oklahoma; 3: Indiana University; 4: IUPUI
 
Developing Library Strategy for 3D and Virtual Reality Collection Development and Reuse (LIB3DVR) is a collaboration between Virginia Tech, Indiana University, and University of Oklahoma, funded by IMLS, to produce a white paper and roadmap for library adoption of 3D and VR services. This presentation will provide an update on the project.
 
 
Design Sprints for Democratization
Bess Sadler, Mark Bussey
Data Curation Experts
 
Design Sprints can strengthen and democratize the products built by software teams. This talk will cover design sprint structure, report on a real world example, and describe how this technique can be incorporated into an agile project plan to align the team’s vision of what will be produced and why.
 
 
Mentorship Matters: Moving towards non-monetary alumni networks for academic retention and professional development to diversify the LIS field
Sam Buechler, Dovi Mae Patiño
University of Washington, iSchool
 
Two MLIS students propose a move away from advancement-focused alumni networking by developing a prototype student-alumni mentorship program using the Theory of Change Methodology. The program intends to facilitate meaningful connections between LIS students and practitioners by centering diversity and equity in academic recruitment, retention, and professional development.
 
 
Design: a two-by-two rant
Andreas Orphanides
NC State University Libraries, United States of America
 
Effective information design is a critical skill for digital communications. But what is design? The use of the term suggests a balance of functional and aesthetic principles. In this talk, we use the classic two-by-two matrix approach to dig a little deeper and consider what design is -- and isn't.
 
 
DSpace Lite: Meeting patrons’ needs
Doyin Adenuga
Houghton College, United States of America
 
Houghton College Digital Archives provides public access to some of its digitized and born digital collections, by using the search and browse features in DSpace. This lightning talk will highlight some of the features not made available in the public view and some of the benefits of the system.
 
 
How and Why to Sometimes Unplug from Technology
Justin de la Cruz
Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library, United States of America
 
We like to try new technologies to see what they can do for us. We consider the benefits, but don't always consider the cost. This talk will cover how technologies are designed to get us to use them as much as possible, and what we can do in response.
 
 
Investigating & Archiving the Scholarly Git Experience
Sarah Nguyen
New York University
 
This is an update on the Sloan grant-funded project, Investigating & Archiving the Scholarly Git Experience. We are researching behavior around Git hosting platforms and then developing a workflow on preserving the understood scholarly Git experience. This advocates for open scholarship practices, open source software, accessible data/analyses, and reproducibility.
 
 
Top Level Research in Digital Preservation
Paul Severn
LIBNOVA, United States of America
 
LIBNOVA Research Labs is dedicated to develop technologies for digital preservation in the following areas:
Neural Networks
Intelligent Agents
Optimized Trustworthy Storage
Dialogue Management Systems
The lightning talk will go over each topic to show what can be done with the aid of technology to save time and reduce costs.
 
 
Transportation Research Data Management: A Collaboration through the Open Data Literacy Project
Joan Hua
University of Washington
 
In the transportation domain, state DOTs generate voluminous and diverse research data. Yet the data curation responsibilities, open publication priorities, and preservation solutions remain ambiguous. This presentation will summarize an Open Data Literacy project to help the Washington State Department of Transportation address data management planning within the agency.
 
 
Usability Testing in the Library: Lessons Learned from a Week of Card Sorting and Task-Based Studies
Angel Su
University of Toronto, Canada
 
Usability testing can be a powerful way to collect data on the effectiveness of a library’s website and guides in helping users navigate collections and resources. This presentation will introduce two methods of testing and best practices for conducting a successful usability study.
 
 
IIIF: What's Now and What's Next for the Technology and the Community
Josh Hadro
IIIF Consortium, United States of America
 
The International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) has published the 3.0 beta versions of the Image and Presentation APIs, which allow for the presentation and annotation of time-based media. This presentation will provide an update on IIIF technology and community in advance of our Working Meeting Nov. 5-7 in Ann Arbor.
 

Moderators
avatar for Gayle Schechter

Gayle Schechter

Program Associate, CLIR+DLF
-SAA SNAP (Students and New Archives Professionals) Chair

Speakers
avatar for Greta Suiter

Greta Suiter

Processing Archivist, MIT
I'm a Processing Archivist passionate about access, discovery, description, and processing. Current obsessions include project management and bullet journaling. I've been at MIT since 2014, the same year I received a Master’s degree in Art History from George Mason University in... Read More →
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Jennifer Johnson

Head of Digitization Services, IUPUI University Library
avatar for Bess Sadler

Bess Sadler

Sr. Develpoer, Data Curation Experts
Talk to me about building data repositories and discovery applications! Blacklight, Samvera, solr, custom data migration, agile software development, scalability and performance -- Stop by the DCE table in the vendor's area and tell me about your digital library goals.
avatar for Mark Bussey

Mark Bussey

Managing Director, Data Curation Experts
Data Curation Experts
avatar for Doyin Adenuga

Doyin Adenuga

Electronic Resources Librarian, Houghton College
avatar for Andreas Orphanides

Andreas Orphanides

Associate Head, User Experience, NC State University Libraries
I think about systems a lot.
avatar for Justin de la Cruz

Justin de la Cruz

Unit Head of E-Learning Technology, Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
Justin has worked on technology training for library staff and patrons in both public and academic libraries. At the AUC Woodruff Library he collaborates with faculty and students on technology projects involving multimedia production, 3D design, and social media. His recent publications... Read More →
avatar for Paul Severn

Paul Severn

Head of Mktg, LIBNOVA
avatar for Josh Hadro

Josh Hadro

Managing Director, IIIF Consortium


Monday October 14, 2019 5:00pm - 5:30pm EDT
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