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Monday, October 10 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
DLF Forum Lightning Talks

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NOTE: "Cultivating a Data Science Learning Community" and "Connecting Communities Digital Initiative (CCDI) @LOC" have been withdrawn by the presenters.

Presentation 1

Fedora 6.0: Feature Highlight & Community Update
Arran Griffith

This presentation will highlight the newest features included in Fedora 6.0, released in July 2021, and highlight their importance for providing robust, digital preservation infrastructure. We provide a community update and will share the strategic planning process undertaken by the community to develop a roadmap for Fedora post-6.0 release.

Presentation 2

The Last Mile: Meeting the Needs of Tracking Scholarly Data for Specific Users on Campus
Luling Huang
Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America

After providing access to valuable data campus wide, how should libraries provide the “last-mile” support to suit specific needs? This lightning talk shares one example to tackle the last-mile problem regarding scholarly data tracking and prompts thinking about the last-mile problem.

Presentation 3

Consortial Digital Preservation on a Budget: Starting Today in CUNY Libraries
Jessica Webster
Baruch College, City University of New York, United States of America

This talk will outline an initiative to help libraries across the City University of New York address digital preservation issues, in a wide variety of environments, and with very limited staffing and funding. Current and future solutions, such as a survey, clinics, presentations, and preliminary preservation suggestions, will be described.

WITHDRAWN - Presentation 4

Connecting Communities Digital Initiative (CCDI) @LOC
Olivia Dorsey, Marya McQuirter
Library of Congress, United States of America

Our lightning talk spotlights CCDI, part of new Mellon-funded grant program, Of the People: Widening the Path, at the Library of Congress. We fund projects by individuals, higher education institutions, and libraries, archives, and museums that center Black, Indigenous and other communities of color and use the Library’s digital collections.

WITHDRAWN - Presentation 5

Cultivating a Data Science Learning Community
Gesina A. Phillips(1), Melissa Ratajeski(2), Matthew Burton(3), Helenmary Sheridan(2), Dominic Bordelon(1), Tyrica Terry Kapral(1)
1: University Library System, University of Pittsburgh, United States of America; 2: Health Sciences Library System, University of Pittsburgh, United States of America; 3: School of Computing and Information, University of Pittsburgh, United States of America

This lightning talk will discuss ongoing community-building efforts to support non-curricular data science learning at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to enhancing opportunities for faculty, staff, graduate students, and postdocs to learn foundational data science skills, this work seeks to foster a community of practice to further support learners.

Presentation 6

Debates in Digital Humanities Project Index
Patricia Belen, Atilio Barreda Esquivel II, Roxanne Shirazi, Steve Zweibel
The Graduate Center, City University of New York, United States of America

Scholarly digital projects are not well represented in library discovery systems despite being openly available online. The Digital Humanities project index offers a unique view into the evolution of digital humanities scholarship by providing an open-access dataset that serves as a discovery tool and resource for digital projects.

Presentation 7

Creating Curated Futures: Taking a Project-Based Approach to Digital Collaboration
Faithe Day(1), John Maclachlan(2), Synatra Smith(3), Jodi Reeves-Eyre(4), Christa Williford(5)
1: University of California - Santa Barbara; 2: McMaster University; 3: Temple University; 4: Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR); 5: Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR)

The “Creating Curated Futures'' lightning talk gives an overview of CLIR’s 2022 Collaborative Writing Project titled “A Third Library is Possible.” The talk centers on critical making, community building, and creative speculation and introduces the project’s approach and praxis by encouraging scholars and practitioners to craft their own curated futures!

Presentation 8

Working with Libraries and Archives for Digital History
Sydney Aiko Hamamoto, Ashley Cheyemi McNeil
Full Spectrum Features NFP, United States of America

A breakdown of the wins and challenges of Chicago Resettlement, a digital social history project focused on Japanese American resettlement in Chicago. The project seeks to establish a model of educational resources made in collaboration with community, archives, and libraries.

Presentation 9

Getting ETDs into Google Scholar from any Hyrax or Blacklight-based application
Rachel Lynn
Data Curation Experts, United States of America

This talk provides an overview of a Google Scholar integration and generalized Ruby gem for Hyrax and Blacklight based institutional repositories.

Presentation 10

An Expansive Collaboration: Migrating UC Irvine’s Special Collections from a Custom Virtual Reading Room to a Trusted Digital Asset Management Platform.
Jolene Beiser, Madelynn Dickerson
UC Irvine, United States of America

This presentation highlights how multiple departments and stakeholders from across the UCI Libraries and colleagues at the California Digital Library came together collaboratively to manage the migration of approximately 14,500 specialized digital materials and metadata, for improved long-term access and preservation.

Monday October 10, 2022 4:30pm - 5:30pm EDT
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