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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 10/Jun/2015
8:00am
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9:00am
Breakfast
Location: Cosmopolitan AB
8:00am
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5:00pm
Registration
Location: Regency Foyer
9:00am
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10:00am
PLN2: Indexing repositories: pitfalls and best practices, Anurag Acharya (Google Scholar)
Location: Regency A-D
10:00am
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10:30am
Break
Location: Cosmopolitan AB
10:30am
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12:30pm
P4A: Managing Research (and Open) Data
Location: Regency A-D
Chair: Holly Mercer
 

[24x7] Revisiting Self-Deposit of Scientific Data

Darren Hardy

Stanford University, United States of America


[24x7] CERN Open Data and Data Analysis Preservation

Tibor Simko

CERN, Switzerland


[24x7] Integration and Adoption: An ORCID story

Graham Triggs, John Fearns

Symplectic, United Kingdom


Islandora as an access system for iRODS managed information packages

Kilian Amrhein, Marco Klindt

Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB), Germany


Databrary: A research-centered repository for video data

Andrew Gordon, Dylan A. Simon, Lisa Steiger

New York University, United States of America


The Hydra Common Data Model

Esme Cowles1, Robert Sanderson2, Jon Stroop3

1: University of California, San Diego; 2: Stanford University; 3: Princeton University

P4B: Supporting Open Scholarship and Open Science
Location: Regency E-F
Chair: David Wilcox
 

Panel: Avalon Media System: Community Implementation and Sustainability

Jon W. Dunn1, Mike Durbin3, Hannah Frost4, Debs Cane2, Julie Rudder2

1: Indiana University; 2: Northwestern University; 3: University of Virginia; 4: Stanford University


Prototypes of pro-active approaches to support the archiving of web references for scholarly communications

Richard Wincewicz1, Peter Burnhill1, Herbert Van de Sompel2

1: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2: Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA


Repository Power: How Repositories can support Open Access Mandates

Pedro Principe1, Najla Rettberg2, Jochen Schirrwagen3, Eloy Rodrigues1, José Carvalho1, Paolo Manghi4, Natalia Manola5

1: University of Minho, Portugal; 2: University of Goettingen, Germany; 3: University of Bielefeld, Germany; 4: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy; 5: National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

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

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Cosmopolitan AB
1:30pm
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3:30pm
P5A: Building the Perfect Repository
Location: Regency A-D
Chair: Richard Green
 

[24x7] Reimagining Institutional repositories through Inclusiveness and Collaboration

Kayla Siddell, Katie Sutrina-Haney

Indiana State University, United States of America


[24x7] Metadata Enrichment

Steven Carl Anderson, Eben English

Boston Public Library, United States of America


The Once and Future Repository, HKU's Scholars Hub

David T Palmer1, Pablo de Castro2, Andrea Bollini3, Michele Mennielli3

1: University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: euroCRIS, GrandIR Ltd; 3: Cineca


Large Scale Repository Auditing to ISO 16363 – The Final Audit

Eloy Rodrigues1, Miguel Ferreira2, José Carvalho1, Pedro Príncipe1, Luís Faria2, Hélder Silva2, João Moreira3

1: University of Minho; 2: KEEP SOLUTIONS; 3: FCT/FCCN


The Evolving Repository Landscape: Identifying Motivations for Library DAMS Migration

Ayla Stein1, Santi Thompson2

1: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; 2: University of Houston

P5B: Metadata / Exploring Metrics and Assessment
Location: Regency E-F
Chair: Elin Stangeland
 

User Search Terms and Controlled Subject Vocabularies in an Institutional Repository

Scott Hanrath, Erik Radio

University of Kansas, United States of America


Metadata at a crossroads: shifting ‘from strings to things’ for Hydra North

Sharon Farnel

University of Alberta Libraries, Canada


"How much?": Aggregating usage data from Repositories in the UK

Ross MacIntyre1, Paul Needham2, Jo Alcock3, Jo Lambert1

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: Cranfield University, United Kingdom; 3: Evidence Base, Birmingham City University, United Kingdom


Incorporating COUNTER compliant download statistics into an EPrints repository

Alan Stiles

The Open University, United Kingdom

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

3:30pm
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4:00pm
Break
Location: Cosmopolitan AB
4:00pm
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5:00pm
P6A: Repository Rants and Raves
Location: Regency A-D
Chair: Simeon Warner
 

Sharing with purpose: A rant about rights statements

Mark Matienzo, Rachel Frick

Digital Public Library of America, United States of America


Rant: Are we engaging in market segmentation? And is this a good thing?

Linda D. Newman

University of CIncinnati, United States of America


Rave: The Development of a Research Data Management Training Programme Tailored to the needs of Early Career Researchers and Postgraduate Students in the Visual Arts

Robin William Burgess

The Glasgow School of Art, United Kingdom


Rave: Integrating the Institutional Repository with the Learning Management System

Terrence W Brady

Georgetown University Library, United States of America


Rave: Repository Enlighten-ment: A Ten Year Rave!

William J. Nixon, Susan Ashworth

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom


Rave: Repositories and ETDs - a success story from Finland

Jyrki Ilva

National Library of Finland, Finland

P6B: Ideas Challenge
Location: Regency E-F
Chair: Adam Field
Chair: Claire Knowles
 
6:00pm
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9:00pm
SOC2: Conference Banquet (buses from Hyatt main entrance starting at 5:30)
Location: Indianapolis Museum of Art