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    • Implementing Open Source Systems for Digital Asset Management and Preservation 

      Weidner, Andrew; Krewer, Drew; Scott, Bethany; Watkins, Sean (2016-05-26)
      The University of Houston (UH) Libraries recently completed the comprehensive evaluation and testing of multiple systems for digital asset management and preservation. In concurrent efforts, a Digital Asset Management ...
    • Introducing MAGPIE (Metadata Assignment GUI Providing Ingest and Export) 

      Welling, William; Elmquist, Stephanie; Creel, James; Huff, Jeremy; Savell, Jason; Mathew, Rincy; Hahn, Doug; Bolton, Michael (2015-05-26)
      The Libraries at Texas A&M University have curated immense output from graduate programs for many decades. With the advent of the Vireo ETD (Electronic Thesis and Dissertation) submittal system, dissertations have been ...
    • "It's not your typical library:" An Evaluation of BiblioTech Services 

      Garcia-Alvarado, Socorro; Johnson, Paula; Masten, Kristy; Pickett, Anita; Sailors, Misty; Sellers, Teresa; Siller, Melissa; Whitlock, Tivy (2016-05-25)
      In this mixed-methods evaluation study, we examined the impact of the Bibliotech services on the reading achievement of middle and high school students. We also investigated the values students' placed on the services ...
    • Latin American Digital Initiatives: Building a Post-Custodial Digital Repository in Islandora 

      Polk, Theresa E.; Cofield, Melanie; Cornell, Brandon; Gibson, Jon; Gonzalez-Roa, Jose (2016-05-25)
      This panel will discuss the development of the Latin American Digital Initiatives (LADI - http://ladi.lib.utexas.edu/home) repository within the Islandora/Fedora repository framework. LADI is the result of a grant-funded ...
    • Launching ShoreNet 

      McElfresh, Laura; Mitchell, Alexandra J.; Baca, David R. (2016-05-25)
      Two years ago at TCDL, the Jack K. Williams Library announced the creation of "A Clearinghouse for Beach Management Data". At the 2015 ASPBA Coastal Conference this past October, we finally launched the fully functional ...
    • Library Acquisition of Technology: How the sausage is made 

      Iglesias, Edward (2016-05-25)
      This presentation will be a light-hearted look at the way libraries for better or worse make decisions about technology purchasing. From consortial buying of multi million dollar ILS and Discovery Systems to wondering why ...
    • LibRepo Tools: An ETL Toolkit for Library/Museum Repository Teams 

      Zhao, Tao (2016-05-25)
      The University of Oklahoma Libraries has developed an easy-to-use, customizable ETL (extract-transform-load) repository toolkit for API or screen-scrape harvesting of open access journal content by our faculty on external ...
    • The making of …and the earth did not swallow him, a film by Severo Perez 

      Peters, Todd C. (2016-05-26)
      Severo Perez’s 1995 film, …and the earth did not swallow him, is adapted from Tomás Rivera’s classic 1971 Chicano novel, …y no se lo tragó la tierra. It beautifully evokes the substance and spirit of Rivera’s work, and has ...
    • Making the Case for Grand Rounds at UT Southwestern 

      Kainerstorfer, Cameron J. (2016-05-25)
      Grand Rounds are presentations of particular medical cases or other topics of interest to an audience of physicians, residents, and medical students. Associated CME credit is a factor of interest for many attendees, but ...
    • Managing Assets as Linked Data with Fedora 4 

      Woods, Andrew (2016-05-24)
      Fedora is a flexible, extensible, open source repository platform for managing, preserving, and providing access to digital content. Fedora is used in a wide variety of institutions including libraries, museums, archives, ...
    • Memorandum of Understanding Workshop: Creating a Process for Successful Digital Collaboration 

      Currier, Brett D.; Mirza, Rafia; Williamson, Peace Ossom (2016-05-24)
      When working on digital projects, it is necessary to utilize experience in various departments within and outside of the library. A planning document called a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) serves as an agreement between ...
    • Modeling Tools to Ensure that Open Access Scholarly Publications are Publicly Useful: The Design and Impact of an OA Discovery Layer, Based at Texas A&M University Libraries 

      Herbert, Bruce; McGeachin, Robert; Potvin, Sarah; Ponsford, Bennett Claire; Highsmith, Anne L. (2016-05-25)
      The Texas A&M University Libraries has developed and implemented a search portal (OAK Search) that bypasses the need for authentication and allows a user to search through a collection of open access materials. Working ...
    • Novel Workflow for Large Scale Thesis Digitization 

      Peters, Todd C.; Moore, Jeremy; Long, Jason R. (2016-05-26)
      Texas State University recently began digitizing approximately 6,000 theses to create digital preservation copies and electronic versions that may eventually be used for patron access. This presentation will discuss our ...
    • oEmbed Service for Islandora 

      Zhao, Tao (2016-05-25)
      The University of Oklahoma Libraries launched an international exhibit in 2015 called Galileo’s World (http://galileo.ou.edu) featuring our unique History of Science collections. The Drupal-based exhibit site links to ...
    • OpenRefine: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Data Transformation Track Presentations 

      Long, Kara; Stuhr, Darryl (2016-05-25)
      The Baylor University Library launched its first digitization project in 1999, with the Spencer Collection of American Popular Sheet Music. The first phase of the project was to scan and place online 1,000 pieces of music, ...
    • Rethinking "But this is how we've always done it!" 

      Willis, Shannon Nicole (2016-05-26)
      In the world of digital imaging, digital projects and labs can often get into a rut when it comes to digitizing procedures and workflows. Staff and workers alike can resist change or alterations to their processes, claiming ...
    • Scaling and Diversifying at the intersection of digital humanities and libraries: An update from dh+lib 

      Potvin, Sarah; Russell, John; Shirazi, Roxanne; Pinto, Caro; Christian-Lamb, Caitlin; Williams, Patrick; Coble, Zach; Padilla, Thomas (2016-05-25)
      dh+lib serves as a locus for information and exchange at the intersection of digital humanities and libraries, drawing more than 115,000 pageviews from 38,000 readers across the world, publishing original work by approximately ...
    • Streaming Audio & Video Experience (SAVE): A Solution to Publish Music-related ETDs 

      Yang, Le; Starcher, Christopher; Ketner, Kenny; Luker, Scott; Patterson, Matthew; Johnson, Daniel (2016-05-26)
      The current literature of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) has frequently discussed issues regarding ETD collaborations, discovery, metadata, system improvement, and long-term preservation strategies. However, ...
    • Stub Records: The Middle Path of ETD Curation 

      Barba, Shelley; Winkler, Heidi (2016-05-26)
      Because curators of electronic theses and dissertations must serve both creators and researchers, it can be difficult to navigate which party’s wishes should be honored first when creators do not want their thesis or ...