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Tuesday, October 15 • 4:35pm - 5:30pm
#t6b: assessment + readiness

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Presentations
Session Chair: Kate Flynn (University of Illinois at Chicago / Chicago Collections)
 
Planing for Perpetuity: Towards a Model of Technical Debt for Cultural Heritage Institutions
Julia Corrin(1), Deirdre Joyce(2), Laurel McPhee(3), Rebecca Hirsch(4), Rita Johnston(5)
1: Carnegie Mellon University; 2: Syracuse University; 3: University of California - San Diego; 4: Yale University; 5: University of North Carolina - Charlotte
 
This session will propose ideas for a new LAM-based conception of technical debt to help guide archivists and librarians in evaluating the sustainability of early digital projects and the design of new ones. This new framework provides support to activities such as appraisal/reappraisal, decision-making, and digital project management.
 
 
A Herculean Task: Assessing digital content processes before a migration
Hannah Stitzlein, James Van Mil, Sidney Gao
University of Cincinnati, United States of America
 
With an impending migration from DSpace and Luna to a Samvera application and personnel changes and workflows at the University of Cincinnati, a reevaluation of the digital content team strategies provided an opportunity for assessment and appraisal of assumed processes, and identified several areas that would benefit from an overhaul.
 
 
Mass Assessment: Evaluating the outputs of crowdsourced and computer-assisted metadata
Nathaniel Deines, Melissa Gill
J. Paul Getty Trust, United States of America
 
New processes for generating metadata at scale using computer automation and crowdsourcing techniques necessitate new approaches to assessment and evaluation. How can project teams judge the quality of huge amounts of machine and/or crowd-generated metadata and how can user interface design help contextualize the quality of the metadata?

Moderators
Speakers
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Melissa Gill

Metadata Specialist, Getty Research Institute
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Hannah Stitzlein

Metadata Librarian, University of Cincinnati
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Nathaniel Deines

IT Project Manager, J. Paul Getty Trust
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Deirdre Joyce

Head of the Digital Library Program, Syracuse University
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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Julia Corrin

University Archivist, Carnegie Mellon University
Julia Corrin is the university archivist at Carnegie Mellon University. She received her MSI from the University of Michigan in 2012. She formerly held the position of Political Collections Archivist at Arkansas State University.


Tuesday October 15, 2019 4:35pm - 5:30pm
Grand Salons C-D

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