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Tuesday, October 15 • 2:10pm - 3:05pm
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Presentations
Session Chair: Sheila Rabun (LYRASIS)
 
Crossing the Streams: The Work of the Digital Repository Services Steering Committee at University of Michigan Library
Kat Hagedorn, Jake Carlson
University of Michigan, United States of America
 
The U-M Library operates multiple digital repositories, but each has functioned independently of the others. We are shifting to a more connected approach through forming a repository services steering committee. This committee will better enable us to leverage our strengths, promote collaboration and develop shared user experiences across our repositories.
 
 
Finding Needles in a Haystack: A Case Study of Text Mining the Corpus of 15 Academic Journals
Tara Baillargeon, Jennifer Cook, Eric Kowalik
Marquette University, Milwaukee WI
 
Learn how a team collaborated to develop a text mining process for 7,500 journal articles and 500+ keywords to determine how often, when, and in what context specific terms were used. We share our processes obtaining journal permissions, data conversion, and code writing, which you can replicate to assist researchers.
 
 
Investigating a Joint HathiTrust, JSTOR, and Portico Text Mining Initiative
Amy Kirchhoff
ITHAKA, United States of America
 
JSTOR, HathiTrust and Portico have been exploring the possibility of developing a joint text mining service. This presentation to DLF Forum attendees will discuss the steps and challenges involved in our multi-year, exploration process and what we have learned about text mining in the scholarly community.

Moderators
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Sheila Rabun

ORCID US Community Specialist, ORCID US Community
The leader of the ORCID US Community is working with almost 150 partners across the United States to integrate ORCIDs into their systems. ESIP joined this Community this year so Shelia will help us understand the benefits of our membership and about the future of ORCID. ... Read More →

Speakers
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Kat Hagedorn

Head, Digital Content & Collections, University of Michigan Library
University of Michigan
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Eric Kowalik

Instructional Designer, Marquette University
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Tara Baillargeon

Head of Research and Instructional Services, Marquette University Libraries


Tuesday October 15, 2019 2:10pm - 3:05pm EDT
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