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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 08/Jun/2015
9:00am
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12:30pm
Workshop 06: Islandora for Repository Developers
Location: Theory
 

Islandora for Repository Developers

Alan Stanley

discoverygarden inc (dgi), Canada

1:30pm
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5:00pm
Workshop 11: Islandora for Repository Administrators
Location: Theory
 

Islandora for Repository Administrators

Alan Stanley

discoverygarden inc (dgi), Canada

5:30pm
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7:00pm
Workshop 12: Moving Forward: Making Digital Repositories Part of the Information Landscape - an Exploration of Different Standards and Models for Integrating Digital Repositories with External Systems - Including Practical Examples
Location: Theory
 

Moving Forward: Making digital repositories part of the information landscape – an exploration of different standards and models for integrating digital repositories with external systems - including practical examples

Jack O'Sullivan

Preservica


Date: Tuesday, 09/Jun/2015
11:00am
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12:30pm
P1C: Re-using Repository Content
Location: Theory
Chair: Elin Stangeland
 

[24x7] A basic tool for migrating to Fedora 4

Michael Durbin

University of Virginia Library, United States of America


[24x7] Virtual Local Repositories

Steven Carl Anderson, Eben English

Boston Public Library, United States of America


[24x7] The Food Map - Adding Value to Re-Purposed Data

Adam Christopher Doan

University of Guelph, Canada


Leverage DSpace for an enterprise, mission critical platform

Andrea Bollini, Michele Mennielli

Cineca, Italy


10 years of „Bielefeld Academic Search Engine“ (BASE): Looking at the past and future of the world wide repository landscape from a service providers perspective

Dirk Pieper, Friedrich Summann

Bielefeld University, Germany

1:30pm
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3:00pm
P2C: Developing and Training Staff
Location: Theory
Chair: Sarah Shreeves
 

Panel: Hacking the Community: A Model for Open Source Engagement

David Wilcox1, Nick Ruest2, Tom Cramer3

1: DuraSpace; 2: York University; 3: Stanford University


Preparing for the 21st Century Repository: Needs, Practices and Frameworks for Library-based Repository Staff

Padraic Stack1, Caleb Derven2

1: Maynooth University, Ireland; 2: University of Limerick, Ireland

3:30pm
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5:30pm
P3C: Developing and Training Staff (continued)
Location: Theory
Chair: Sarah Shreeves
 

Panel: Building a culture of distributed access in shared digital repository services

Robin Dean1, Peter Murray2, Karen Estlund3

1: Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries; 2: LYRASIS; 3: University of Oregon Libraries


Panel: Evolve: From Project Manager to Service Manager

Carolyn Caizzi1, Julie Rudder1, Patricia Hswe2, Hannah Frost3, Tony Navarrete3, Greg Colati4, Jennifer Eustis4

1: Northwestern University, United States of America; 2: Penn State; 3: Stanford University; 4: University of Connecticut


Date: Wednesday, 10/Jun/2015
10:30am
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12:30pm
P4C: Integration of Tools / International Networks of Data Providers
Location: Theory
Chair: Michael Witt
Chair: Imma Subirats
 

Evaluating the Suitability and Sustainability of “Local Dropbox” Solutions to Complement a Research Data Repository

Alex Garnett, Carla Graebner

Simon Fraser University, Canada


Integrating DuraCloud with DPN at Chronopolis and the Texas Digital Library

Debra A. Hanken Kurtz1,3, Bill Branan1, David Minor2, Ryan Steans3

1: DuraSpace, United States of America; 2: Chronopolis, United States of America; 3: Texas Digital Library, United States of America


Interoperability of Open Access Repository Networks: Work of the COAR-CASRAI Working Group

Kathleen Shearer1, David Baker2

1: COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories), International; 2: CASRAI, International


Federated Networks of Open Access Repositories in Mexico and Latin America

ROSALINA VAZQUEZ TAPIA1, ANTONIO FELIPE RAZO RODRIGUEZ2,3

1: UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE SAN LUIS POTOSI, Mexico; 2: Corporación Universitaria para el Desarrollo de Internet CUDI, Mexico; 3: Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla

1:30pm
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3:30pm
P5C: Digital Preservation
Location: Theory
Chair: Julie Speer
 

Considering Open Access - Digital Preservation of arts research data: AKA Managing your “stuff”

Robin William Burgess

The Glasgow School of Art, United Kingdom


We Don’t Make Your Preservation Program, We Make Your Preservation Program Better

Greg Colati, Jennifer Eustis

University of Connecticut, United States of America


Bit Preservation at the Digital Repository of Ireland

Peter Tiernan, Kathryn Cassidy

Trinity College Dublin


Archivematica Integration: Handshaking towards comprehensive digital preservation workflows

Courtney Mumma

Artefactual Systems, Inc., Canada


Date: Thursday, 11/Jun/2015
10:15am
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10:45am
EPR1: EPrints Interest Group 1: State of the Nation
Location: Theory
Chair: William J. Nixon
Chair: Tomasz Neugebauer
11:00am
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12:30pm
EPR2: EPrints Interest Group 2: Supporting Open Scholarship
Location: Theory
Chair: William J. Nixon
Chair: Tomasz Neugebauer
 

Building a bijou digital archive

Timothy Miles-Board

University of London Computer Centre, United Kingdom


Open research repository for organic agriculture

Ilse Ankjær Rasmussen1, Allan Leck Jensen2

1: International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems (ICROFS), Denmark; 2: Aarhus University

1:30pm
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3:00pm
EPR3: EPrints Interest Group 3: Institutional Stories
Location: Theory
Chair: Tomasz Neugebauer
Chair: William J. Nixon
 

Looking Back, Moving Forwards: The continued development and enhancement of RADAR, the research repository at The Glasgow School of Art

Robin William Burgess

The Glasgow School of Art, United Kingdom


New implementations of and inquiries in features for BORIS

Dirk Verdicchio

University of Bern, Switzerland


Enlighten: Supporting Research Data Management

William J. Nixon

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

3:30pm
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5:00pm
EPR4: EPrints Interest Group 4: Consultancy, Collaboration and Community
Location: Theory
Chair: Tomasz Neugebauer
Chair: William J. Nixon
EPrints Training Consultancy: Drop-in consultancy/training session