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Wednesday, October 16 • 5:15pm - 5:30pm
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Presentations
Session Chair: Heather Barnes (Wake Forest University)
 
First Steps in Digital Preservation at the College Park Aviation Museum: A Case Study
Tracee Haupt
University of Maryland, United States of America
 
The poster presents a graduate student’s experience serving as a digital preservation consultant for the CPAM. The student began by surveying the museum's digital collections and current preservation efforts and then used the NDSA's "Levels of Digital Preservation" as a basis for offering suggestions to expand and improve existing practices.
 
 
Preserving Sensitive Data in Distributed Digital Preservation Networks
Courtney Mumma
Texas Digital LIbrary, United States of America
 
No distributed digital preservation service offering for sensitive data exists, so sensitive data in the custody cultural heritage institutions are at risk of loss. The Preserving Sensitive Data in Distributed Digital Storage Networks project will develop a nationwide model that would close gaps in current preservation offerings for sensitive data.
 
 
OhioDIG: A Meeting Model for F2F Exchange of Digital Knowledge
Janet Carleton
Ohio University, United States of America
 
The Ohio Digitization Interest Group is a supportive community that cuts across academic, public, corporate, and government silos. Every other month meetings are free, and anything to do with digitization, digital preservation, and access is fair game. OhioDIG’s free information exchange and networking can be a model.
 
 
Bulk Reviewer: Identify, review, and remove sensitive files
Tim Walsh
Concordia University, Canada
 
This lightning talk will introduce Bulk Reviewer, a desktop application intended for identifying and managing private and sensitive information in digital archives.
 
 
Data Durability in the Cloud
Kumail Hussain
Microsoft Azure
 
Come learn about how Azure ensure's data durability in the cloud today, and new technologies we're investing in to increase data durability and preservation even further in the future.
 
 
From Instruction to Practice: Implementing Digital Preservation at a Small Institution
Danielle Spalenka
The Filson Historical Society, Louisville, KY
 
After 5 years of providing practical digital preservation instruction for small institutions, I had the opportunity to practice what I had been preaching when I joined the staff of a small historical society in Louisville, KY. I will highlight the challenges and successes I’ve encountered in the past 6 months.
 
 
Hitting the Open Road: Converting Harvard's EAS into OSS
Tricia Patterson
Harvard University
 
In 2019, Harvard Library began the laborious conversion of its homegrown Electronic Archiving System (EAS) into open source software, which will offer a more sustainable maintenance and enhancement path and better support interoperability between other community-adopted tools.
 
 
Ingestion Congestion, or, Accepting the New and the Old
Dean Smith
New York Art Resources Consortium, United States of America
 
The Frick Collection is struggling to ingest its backlog of digitized material. I will characterize our preservation project in broad strokes and identify possible bottlenecks to ingest. I hope to solicit input from the community regarding viable methods of increasing throughput, or of common technical problems that should be addressed.
 
 
Swimming Against the Repository Tide
Chris Prom, Kyle Rimkus, Tracy Popp
University of Ilinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America
 
For the past several years, the University of Illinois Library has been quietly developing a repository service with a different approach from others on offer, with an integrated, AWS-based repository that consolidates preservation, description, and access. This previews our approach and provides a peek under the hood.
 

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Speakers
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Janet Carleton

Digital Initiatives Coordinator, Ohio University Libraries
Janet Carleton is Digital Initiatives coordinator for Ohio University Libraries where she engages in digitization and digital preservation of the Libraries unique resources, as well as promoting their use through social media. She is active in SAA, regional, and state archives organizations... Read More →
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Courtney Mumma

Services Manager, Texas Digital Library
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Chris Prom

Assistant University Archivist and Professor, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Chris Prom is Assistant University Archivist at the University of Illinois Archives, and Andrew S. G. Turyn Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Libraries. He holds a PhD in history from the University of Illinois and also studied at the University of York (United... Read More →
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Kumail Hussain

Principal Product Manager - Azure Archive Storage, Microsoft Azure
I'm the product manager for Azure Archive Storage and work closely with our DNA and Glass storage research teams. These new technologies have amazing durability characteristics and can preserve data for hundreds of years. I'm interested in learning more about data preservation needs... Read More →
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Danielle Spalenka

Associate Curator of Digital Projects, The Filson Historical Society
I'm in charge of launching the digital projects at a small institution.
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Tricia Patterson

Digital Preservation Analyst, Harvard Library
Tricia Patterson is a Digital Preservation Analyst at Harvard Library, where she supports digital preservation initiatives across the library, such as web archiving and disk image content modeling. She also leads the library's email archiving programmatic activities, including the... Read More →


Wednesday October 16, 2019 5:15pm - 5:30pm EDT
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