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    • 10 Weeks to Success: How to Quickly and Effectively Build a Collaborative Digital Collection 

      Allen, Christy (2012-05-25)
      Creating a digital collection typically requires a lot of time and thoughtful planning. But what would happen if you only had 10 weeks to plan and build a digital collection from scratch? That was the dilemma faced by the ...
    • A "3-Stage Banner" Concept for DSpace 

      Zhang, Zhongda (2016-05-25)
      Like many statewide consortial repositories, the SHAREOK system in Oklahoma (https://shareok.org) strives to present a unified appearance while giving partner institutions some control over their own branding, as well as ...
    • Accessing the Inaccessible: Capturing and re-purposing metadata prior to digitization to ensure adequate description and access 

      Pierce, Gregory; Niño, Ana (2018-05-16)
      In October of 2017, UNT Special Collections embarked on a large-scale digitization project involving a portion of the highly requested A/V materials from the NBC-5/KXAS Television News collection, using a third-party vendor. ...
    • Accessing the Making Cancer History® Voices Oral History Collection 

      Garza, Jose Javier (2015-04-27)
      The Historical Resources Center of the UT MD Anderson Cancer Center has been collecting oral history interviews since 2000. With over sixty participants and several hundred hours of interview footage, the archives is using ...
    • All In For the Bears: The History and Impact of the Baylor University Libraries Athletics Archive 

      Stuhr, Darryl; Ames, Eric (2015-04-27)
      When members of the Digital Projects Group in Baylor’s Electronic Library first sat down with legendary football head coach Grant Teaff, they couldn't have predicted the scope and impact the resulting Baylor University ...
    • Animating Digital Libraries 

      Williamson, James (2016-05-24)
      Cultural heritage institutions and archival repositories are increasing their presence online with social media and are working to make a bigger impact online while making the best use of staff time. One of the ways that ...
    • Applying Visual Arts Pedagogy in the Training of New Digital Imaging Technicians 

      Rankins, Derek; Moore, Jeremy (2014-03-14)
      We propose a 24x7 presentation that provides insight into the training methods of UNT’s Digital Projects Lab. Derek Rankins and Jeremy Moore apply pedagogy from their visual arts backgrounds while training new digital ...
    • Approaches developed to ensure accuracy and consistency of metadata for TRAIL reports 

      Rosenbeck, Craig (2017-05-24)
      The TRAIL collection is a compilation of technical reports funded by government research and published primarily ranging from 1920’s to 1980’s about a variety of topics. The TRAIL consist of National Advisory Committee for ...
    • The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America 

      Kung, Susan (2014-03-25)
      The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America (AILLA) is a completely digital repository at the University of Texas at Austin, LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Collections. AILLA has no physical presentation ...
    • Archivematica Across Texas 

      Buckner, Sean (2018-05-16)
      This poster depicts the academic institutions in Texas currently using the Archivematica digital preservation software to preserve digital content. The poster displays each institution overlaid on a map with key information ...
    • Archivematica: More human than robot 

      Mumma, Courtney (2015-04-27)
      This talk will discuss workflows and preservation planning in Archivematica. Its focus will be on ways that Artefactual develops the system to allow for automation of as much as possible without overlooking tasks and ...
    • ArchivesDirect Pilot - Road-testing Archivematica hosting in DuraCloud 

      Mumma, Courtney; Rushing, Amy; Barrera-Gomez, Julianna (2015-04-27)
      UTSA Library was one of 9 pilot partners who tested Archivematica hosted in DuraCloud over several months in the Fall/Winter of 2014/2015. The purpose of the testing was to launch the first open-source, OAIS digital ...
    • Archiving in the Cloud: Tackling Security, Scale and Savings 

      Corley, Alex (2015-04-28)
      With an ever-increasing volume of digital records and compliance requirements, digital archiving is shifting from a more routine approach to delivering strategic value across public sector organizations. Mission critical ...
    • Archiving on the Go: Facilitating Auto-Archiving of Evolving Digital Collections 

      Scott, Bethany (2012-05-25)
      For more than 10 years now, archivists have proclaimed the importance of early intervention during the records creation process in order to assure their long-term preservation. In the academic context, the infrastructure ...
    • The Austin Fanzine Project: Phase Two 

      Hecker, Jennifer; Powell, Kevin (2013-03-21)
      A fanzine is a "nonprofessional and nonofficial publication produced by fans of a particular cultural phenomenon (such as a literary or musical genre) for the pleasure of others who share their interest” (Wikipedia). You ...
    • Austin Music Documentation Initiative Portal 

      Atkins, Grace; Rainey, Hannah; Selvidge, Jeremy (2015-04-27)
      Austin, Texas is famous for a thriving music scene. The contemporary scene is apparent to all who travel and move to Austin, yet the rich history and development of the music scene is hidden in various private and public ...
    • Automated Archiving of DVD Content 

      Nieto, Heriberto; Lamphear, Anna (2013-03-21)
      A little more than a decade after their introduction, DVDs are becoming obsolete. As a result collecting institutions must find a long term preservation solution for content in DVD format. To address this challenge the ...
    • Automating Digital Collection Processes 

      Starcher, Christopher; Luttrell, Robert (2016-05-25)
      Processing digital collections is tedious and time consuming. It is also susceptible to human error. Although it is impossible to automate all digital collection creation processes, at the Texas Tech University Libraries, ...
    • Barn Raising the Digital Humanities 

      Christy, Matthew; Potvin, Sarah; Clement, Tanya; Henry, Geneva; Mitchell, J. Lawrence; Hoover, Ryan (2013-04-16)
      Writing in a recent special issue of Journal of Library Administration dedicated to exploring “Digital Humanities in Libraries: New Models for Scholarly Engagement,” Miriam Posner references libraries and archives as ...
    • Batch Importing into DSpace with the SAFCreator 

      Creel, James (2016-05-24)
      A commonly difficult use case for any digital repository is the ingest of large batches of items. Batches can come from all sorts of campus and community stakeholders with varying types and quantities of content, differing ...