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Monday, October 26 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Poster Session and Lightning Round

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The poster session starts with a lightning round where each presenter has one minute to pitch their poster to the conference audience. Please wait to visit the poster until after the lightning round.

Like last year, attendees can vote for their favorite poster. The winning poster presenter gets a DLF Forum 2016 (Milwaukee) registration, and a voter is randomly selected to also win 2016 registration.

2015 DLF Forum Posters

A Barbie Doll, Pirate Booty & Grandma: Transforming Museums
Robert Miller (LYRASIS—a 2015 DLF Forum Sponsor)

A Genealogy of Reading, a Small, Linked Open Data Project
Purdom Lindblad (University of Virginia), Eric Rochester (University of Virginia), Jeremy Boggs (University of Virginia)

Accelerating Access: Making Open Access Policies Work
Kelsey Rosell (Symplectic—a 2015 DLF Forum Sponsor)

Avalon Media System - Video and Audio Repository for Digital Libraries: What's New in Version 4
Deborah Cane (Northwestern University)

Building a Better Scanner: Library IT and Student Engagement
Kat Hagedorn (University of Michigan), Meghan Musolff (University of Michigan)

Building Digital Scholarship Community with a Graduate Affiliates Program
John Russell (University of Oregon)

Building, Testing, & Ingesting into DPN – Working Through How to Preserve Digital Content for the Long Term.
Evviva Weinraub (Digital Preservation Network—a 2015 DLF Forum Sponsor), Dave Pcolar (Digital Preservation Network)

Creating Digital Partnerships for Cross Campus Collaboration: Connecting Independent Libraries and Archives through the Digital Scholarship Hub at the Library.
A. Miller (Middle Tennessee State University), Bonnie Allen (Middle Tennessee State University)

Creating Digital Scholarly Editions with Juxta Editions
Nick Laiacona (Performant—a 2015 DLF Forum Sponsor)

Dashboard Metrics for Scholarly Activity at a Small University: Open, Free/mium, Premium
Dana McFarland (Vancouver Island University)

DataQ: A Collaborative Platform for Answering Research Data Questions in Libraries
Yasmeen Shorish (James Madison University), Sarah Pickle (The Claremont Colleges), Christie Wiley (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Megan Brenahan (Tufts University), Andrew Johnson (University of Colorado Boulder)

Elsevier ScienceDirect Pilot Program for Innovative Institutional Repositories
Letitia Mukherjee (Elsevier—a 2015 DLF Forum Sponsor)

The Expanding Archive: Denison LGBTQ Past / Present / Future
Shannon Robinson (Denison University)

Exploring Open Science
Bret Davidson (North Carolina State University), Ekatarina Grguric (North Carolina State University)

Find Your Park's Metadata
Rachel Wittman (Clemson University), Josh Morgan (Clemson University), Christopher Vinson (Clemson University)

Finding the Signal in the Noise: Normalizing Data Management into Library Literacy Programs
Ann Hubble (University of California, Santa Cruz), Christy Caldwell (University of California, Santa Cruz), Christy Hightower (University of California, Santa Cruz)

Geospatial Recommendations for the Spatially Challenged
Anna Neatrour (University of Utah), Liz Woolcott (Utah State University)

Libraries and Digital Humanities: ADHO Special Interest Group
Zoe Borovsky (University of California, Los Angeles), Sarah Potvin (Texas A&M University), Glen Worthey (Stanford University)

Living with the Legacy: Inheriting Problematic Digital Projects
Krystal Thomas (Florida State University)

MagicBox
Jennifer Royall (Content Conversion Specialists—a 2015 DLF Forum Sponsor), George Schlukbier (Content Conversion Specialists)

Navigating the Research Information Management Ecosystem
Marlee Givens (Georgia Institute of Technology), Susan Wells Parham (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Research Data as Part of A Personal Archive: Personal Archiving Consultation as Part of Research Data Services
Jordan Bass (University of Manitoba), Mayu Ishida (University of Manitoba)

ResearchPad: Open Access Mobile Cataloging for Libraries
Patrick Martinent (Newgen KnowledgeWorks—a 2015 DLF Forum Sponsor)

Restoring Telidon/NAPLPS Computer Graphics from the Early 1980s
John Durno (University of Victoria—a 2015 DLF Forum Sponsor)

SobekCM 5.0 : Migrating to a REST API and Microservice Architecture
Mark Sullivan (Sobek Digital Hosting and Consulting, LLC—a 2015 DLF Forum Sponsor)

Synopticity and RDF Implementation in Special Collections
Erik Radio (University of Kansas)

System Development for Automatic Ingestion of Large Amount of Data and Associated Metadata using REST API – Scope of DSpace
Nushrat Khan (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), William Ingram (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Using the Virtual-private Cloud Model to Implement Sustainable, Scalable Digital Library Collections: A Case Study (based on Islandora).
Gail Truman (Truman Technologies—a 2015 DLF Forum Sponsor)

Who Are You and Why Are You Here? Assessing the Scholarly Impact of Duke Digital Collections
Molly Bragg (Duke University), Will Sexton (Duke University)

Who is That and What Do They Do? Showing Connections between External Services and Your Institutional Repository
Daniel Draper (Colorado State University), Suzi White (Colorado State University)


Moderators
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Oliver Bendorf

DLF Program Associate, CLIR+DLF
Oliver Bendorf is the Program Associate at the Digital Library Federation, where he edits the website, writes and draws things, and has a keen interest in supporting outreach to diverse practitioner communities including iSchools and LGBT. He holds an MFA in Poetry and an MLIS, both from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and he has presented and taught internationally on topics including visual composition (cartooning, color, infographics, and... Read More →

Speakers
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GailTruman

Principal Consultant, Truman Technologies
My company provides consulting around digital preservation, including digital storage and open source repositories and techniques as well as web archiving. Currently consulting for the CA State Library and the California Revealed project and also CA Historical Society. Outside of work you'll find me hiking the hills of California. Let's talk digital preservation over a drink!
JB

Jordan Bass

Archivist, University of Manitoba Libraries
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Zoe Borovsky

Librarian for Digital Research and Scholarship, UCLA
University of California - Los Angeles
MB

Molly Bragg

Digital Collections Program Manager, Duke University Libraries
Duke University
CC

Christy Caldwell

Science & Engineering Librarian, Univ of Calif Santa Cruz
DC

Deborah Cane

Repository Community Manager, Northwestern University
BD

Bret Davidson

Digital Technologies Development Librarian, North Carolina State University
DD

Daniel Draper

Digital Repositories Librarian, Colorado State University
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John Durno

Head, Library Systems, University of Victoria
For the past ten years I've been Head of Library Systems at the University of Victoria, where I manage the exceptional team responsible for building and maintaining the Libraries' IT environment. My current research interests include digital forensics, digital archaeology, and other excuses to muck about with old hardware and software.
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Marlee Givens

Strategic Initiatives Manager, Georgia Tech Library
avatar for Eka Grguric

Eka Grguric

Libraries Fellow, North Carolina State University
NCSU Libraries Fellow | North Carolina State University Libraries
avatar for Kat Hagedorn

Kat Hagedorn

Project Manager for Digital Projects, University of Michigan Library
University of Michigan
AH

Ann Hubble

Librarian, University of California, Santa Cruz
MI

Mayu Ishida

Research Services Librarian, University of Manitoba
avatar for Nushrat Khan

Nushrat Khan

NCSU Libraries Fellow, NCSU Libraries
I am currently working on different projects related to Digital Libraries and Linked Data, but I am also interested in Digital Humanities, Digital Scholarship and Privacy issues.
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Nick Laiacona

President, Performant Software Solutions
PL

Purdom Lindblad

Head of Graduate Programs, Scholars' Lab, University of Virginia Libraries
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D McFarland

Librarian, Vancouver Island University
RM

Robert Miller

Chief Executive Officer, LYRASIS
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Josh Morgan

Digital Projects Manager, Clemson University Libraries
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Letitia Mukherjee

Market Development Manager, Elsevier
Letitia Mukherjee is Market Development Manager Sharing Platforms for ScienceDirect. Letitia is responsible for the development and adoption of ScienceDirect services that help researchers to find, share and use ScienceDirect content on sharing platforms. Prior to this, Letitia has held various roles in marketing, strategy and business development at LexisNexis in Amsterdam and South Africa. Prior to joining RELX, Letitia has worked in the... Read More →
avatar for Meghan Musolff

Meghan Musolff

Program Manager for Library IT Services, Training, & Assessment, University of Michigan Library
avatar for Anna Neatrour

Anna Neatrour

Metadata Librarian, University of Utah
University of Utah
SP

Susan Parham

Digital Scholarship Librarian, Georgia Tech Library
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David Pcolar

CTO, Digital Preservation Network
Dave is the Chief Technology Officer for the Digital Preservation Network and a Technical Manager at Internet2. He is responsible for defining technical strategy and development, and implementation of technical and operational services for DPN.
avatar for Sarah Pickle

Sarah Pickle

Assessment Librarian, The Claremont Colleges Library
Claremont Colleges Library
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Sarah Potvin

Digital Scholarship Librarian, Texas A&M University Libraries
Sarah Potvin is the Digital Scholarship Librarian in the Office of Scholarly Communication in the Texas A&M University Libraries. A co-founder of the dh+lib project and co-convener of the new ADHO digital humanities and libraries SIG, she is interested in the ways that libraries and librarians encounter and advance digital humanities. This year, she is particularly interested in talking about digital asset management systems, geospatial... Read More →
ER

Erik Radio

Metadata Librarian, University of Kansas
ER

Eric Rochester

Senior R&D Developer, Scholars' Lab, University of Virginia Libraries
avatar for Kelsey Rosell

Kelsey Rosell

Director of Sales, Symplectic
JR

Jennifer Royall

Technical Consultant, CCS GmbH
avatar for John Russell

John Russell

Scholarly Communications Librarian, University of Oregon
GS

George Schlukbier

Director North America, CCS GmbH
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Will Sexton

Head, Digital Production Initiatives, Duke University Libraries
MS

Mark Sullivan

CIO, Sobek Digital Hosting & Consulting
avatar for Krystal Thomas

Krystal Thomas

Digital Archivist, Florida State University
avatar for Christopher Vinson

Christopher Vinson

Head of Library Technology, Clemson University Libraries
EW

Evviva Weinraub

Services Manager, Digital Preservation Network
avatar for Rachel Wittmann

Rachel Wittmann

Parks Metadata Specialist, Clemson University Libraries
avatar for Liz Woolcott

Liz Woolcott

Head, Cataloging and Metadata Services, Utah State University
Utah State University
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Glen Worthey

Digital Humanities Librarian, Stanford University Libraries
I've been Digital Humanities Librarian in the Stanford University Libraries since 1997, and co-lead the Libraries' new Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research (CIDR). I hosted the international "Digital Humanities 2011" conference at Stanford, and am currently a member of the Executive Board of the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) and the Steering Committee for the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). My... Read More →

Sponsors
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Plotly

Collaborative data science. Plotly is the easiest way to graph and share your data.


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