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Wednesday, October 12 • 5:15pm - 5:30pm
DigiPres Lightning Talks

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Presentation 1
Right-Sizing Fixity to the Task at Hand
Nathan Tallman
Penn State University, United States of America
Fixity is often practiced as a one-size fits all approach for demonstrating the integrity of data, with preferences for using strong cryptographic algorithms. This may accomplish the task, but at a cost. Algorithms for data integrity can be optimized for specific purposes to decrease environmental impacts and increase system efficiency.

Presentation 3
Network Visualization of Digital Preservation Infrastructure
Este Pope
Dartmouth College Library, United States of America
We used network visualization tools to develop a shared understanding of the digital preservation infrastructure in our organization among key collaborators and stakeholders. The visualizations give us new views of our infrastructure, provide more understanding of connections between systems, and help us to identify opportunities for new integrations and improvements.
Presentation 4
DPOE-N: Reviewing the Digital Preservation Outreach & Education Network and Moving into the Future
Natalie Baur, Anthony Cocciolo
Pratt Institute, United States of America
This poster will highlight DPOE-N’s efforts to provide microfunds for digital preservation training over the past three years. It will also discuss DPOE-N’s future as it moves into another Mellon Foundation grant cycle with an emphasis on outreach to the Spanish-speaking community in continental United States and Puerto Rico.
Presentation 5
Expanding Digital Preservation Infrastructure: A Collaboration between MetaArchive and KeeperTech
Hannah Wang(1), Alex Kinnaman(2)
1: Educopia Institute, United States of America; 2: Virginia Tech University Libraries
The MetaArchive Cooperative and Keeper Technology will present on their work to apply open-source technical infrastructure advancements from the commercial sector to MetaArchive’s community-based digital preservation infrastructure, in an effort to bolster flexibility and sustainability. This poster will cover the first requirements gathering and design phase of the project.
Presentation 6
Fedora 6.0: Features and the OCFL
Arran Griffith
This presentation will highlight features included in Fedora 6.0, and discuss their importance for providing robust, digital preservation infrastructure. Specifically, we will discuss the Oxford Common File Layout and it’s benefits and uses. We will also showcase the available tools to assist with investigations of files on-disk.
WITHDRAWN - Presentation 7

Not E-waste Yet: a Born-digital Media Survey in the 2020s
Joe Carrano
MIT Libraries, United States of America

Over the course of 2022, MIT Libraries Distinctive Collections has implemented a survey to find born-digital media within its archival collections. This lightning talk will share how the survey was prepared for and designed, implemented, the results, next steps, and lessons learned.

Presentation 2 - Presenting only as poster

The Hitchhiker's Guide to Digital Preservation
Kristin Clark, Adrian Shapiro
Texas Woman's University, United States of America

Digital preservation is important, but how do I get started? This poster will provide a roadmap for how Texas Woman’s University built and is continuing to build, a cross-departmental digital preservation program. It will provide tips and resources for beginners looking to build a digital preservation program at their institution.

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Alex Kinnaman

Digital Preservation Coordinator, Virginia Tech University Libraries

Wednesday October 12, 2022 5:15pm - 5:30pm EDT
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