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Thursday, October 13 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Th4: Emerging Technologies

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Presentation 1
The Story of a Digital Scholarly Publication, As Told by Its Preservation Format
Jasmine Mulliken
Stanford University, United States of America
As Digital Production and Preservation Manager for Stanford University Press’s Mellon-funded digital publishing initiative, I want to tell the story of how we’re preserving the digital scholarly monographs we’re publishing, with the aim of identifying how each of our approaches (web archiving, repository storage, and documentation) reframes a publication’s story.
Presentation 2
The Fountain of SMRF: Introducing the Software Metadata Recommended Format guide
Elena Colon-Marrero(1), Dianne Dietrich(2), Claire Fox(3)
1: Bentley Historical Library; 2: Cornell University Library; 3: Yale University Library
The Software Metadata Recommended Format (SMRF) guide summarizes and defines metadata elements in order to describe software materials in the context of a wide range of collections. This presentation will provide an overview of the creation of the guide, how it is structured, and how it can be used.
Presentation 3
OCFL: A Storage Foundation for Digital Preservation Systems
Simeon Warner(1), Rosaly Metz(2), Andrew Woods(3)
1: Cornell University, United States of America; 2: Emory University, United States of America; 3: Harvard University, United States of America
The Oxford Common File Layout v1 (OCFL) was released in 2020. Over the last two years, adoption has grown because it provides an application-independent method for storing and versioning content. The presenters will summarize design goals, discuss recent developments, and describe implementations that chose OCFL to meet preservation goals.

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Jasmine Mulliken

Digital Production Associate, Stanford University Press
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Simeon Warner

Associate University Librarian, IT, Cornell University

Thursday October 13, 2022 9:00am - 9:45am EDT
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