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Session Overview
Date: Thursday, 11/Jun/2015
8:00am
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9:00am
Continental Breakfast
Location: Cosmopolitan AB
8:00am
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3:00pm
Registration
Location: Regency Foyer
9:00am
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10:00am
PLN3: Closing Plenary Session
Location: Regency A-D
10:00am
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10:15am
Break
Location: Cosmopolitan AB
10:15am
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10:45am
DuraSpace: DuraSpace Plenary
Location: Regency A-D
Chair: Debra A. Hanken Kurtz
EPR1: EPrints Interest Group 1: State of the Nation
Location: Theory
Chair: William J. Nixon
Chair: Tomasz Neugebauer
 
10:45am
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11:00am
Break
Location: Cosmopolitan AB
11:00am
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12:30pm
DSP1: DSpace Interest Group 1: DSpace Strategic Plan and Road Map
Location: Network
Chair: Sean Thomas
 

DSpace Long Term RoadMap / Strategic Direction

Tim Donohue1, Maureen Walsh2, Jonathan Markow1

1: DuraSpace, United States of America; 2: Ohio State University

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

FED1: Fedora Interest Group 1: Fedora 4 Deep Dive
Location: Regency E
Chair: Susan Agnes Lafferty
 

Fedora 4 Update

David Wilcox

DuraSpace


Fedora Technical Working Group - Assessment of Fedora 4

Declan Fleming1, Esmé Cowles1, Zhiwu Xie2, Adam Soroka3

1: University of California, San Diego; 2: Virginia Tech; 3: University of Virginia


Upgrading? Migrating? There’s a portmanteau for that!

David Wilcox1, Michael Friscia2, Nick Ruest4, Adam Wead3

1: DuraSpace; 2: Yale University; 3: Penn State University; 4: York University

   
12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Cosmopolitan AB
1:30pm
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3:00pm
DSP2A: DSpace Interest Group 2A: DSpace 5 / Managing Research (and Open) Data
Location: Network
Chair: Maureen Walsh
 

Introducing DSpace 5

Kim Shepherd1, Hardy Pottinger2, Tim Donohue3

1: The University of Auckland, New Zealand; 2: University of Missouri; 3: Duraspace Ltd


Durable Item Relations for DSpace 6

Tom Van Gulck1, Jan Lievens1, Bram Luyten2

1: Flemish Government department of Environment, Nature and Energy; 2: @mire, Belgium


What does it take to add data to my repository?

Ryan Scherle

Dryad Digital Repository

DSP2B: DSpace Interest Group 2B: Supporting Open Scholarship / Exploring Metrics
Location: Regency E
Chair: Sarah Potvin
 

Supporting Federally Funded Research Requirements with DSpace and SWORD

Hui Zhang, Michael Boock

Oregon State University, United States of America


Visualizing Open Access: building a scalable infrastructure to showcase the reach of MIT research

Richard Rodgers, Matt Bernhardt, Michael J Graves, Sean Thomas

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America


Metadata based usage statistics for DSpace

Art Lowel, Lieven Droogmans

@mire

DSP2C: DSpace Interest Group 2C: Case Studies / Tools & Tweaks
Location: Regency F
Chair: Valorie Hollister
 

24x7: Local and Interoperable Digital Libraries of Theses and Dissertations: The New Brazilian Scenario

Washington Ribeiro de Carvalho Segundo, Tainá Batista de Assis, Milton Shintaku, Diego José Macêdo, Márcio Ribeiro Gurgel do Amaral, Alan Christian de Lima Oliveira

Brazilian Institute of Information Science and Technology (IBICT), Brazil


24x7: Moving from service provider to collaborator: DSpace demonstration project at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Kimberly A Tryka

National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States of America


24x7: The DSpace Submission Process: How to Make Your IR Behave More Like a User Would Expect

Lisa R. Johnston, Erik A Moore, Eric Larson

University of Minnesota, United States of America


24x7: A Page-Turning Document Viewer for DSpace using FlexPaper

Terrence W Brady

Georgetown University Library, United States of America


24x7: Attractive and Effective Data Sharing

Jozef Mišutka, Amir Kamran, Ondřej Košarko

Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic


Driving Change with Interactive Admin Tools for DSpace

Terrence W Brady

Georgetown University Library, United States of America

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

FED2: Fedora Interest Group 2: Fedora 4 Adoption
Location: Regency A
Chair: Stefano Cossu
 

Finding Your Inner Metadata

Aaron Coburn

Amherst College, United States of America


A Fedora 4 Repository from the Ground Up at the University of Maryland

Joshua A. Westgard

University of Maryland Libraries, United States of America


Islandora and Fedora 4; The Atonement.

Nick Ruest1, Daniel Lamb2, Melissa Anez3

1: York University; 2: discoverygarden; 3: Islandora Foundation

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break
Location: Cosmopolitan AB
3:30pm
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5:00pm
DSP3A: DSpace Interest Group 3A: Review Workflow Workshop
Location: Network
Chair: Bram Luyten
 

DSpace review workflow: the next generation

Andrea Schweer

The University of Waikato, New Zealand

DSP3B: DSpace Interest Group 3B: DSpace-CRIS Workshop
Location: Regency E
Chair: Tim Donohue
 

DSpace-CRIS Workshop

Andrea Bollini1, Luigi Andrea Pascarelli1, Michele Mennielli1, David Palmer2

1: Cineca, Italy; 2: Hong Kong University

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
FED3A: Fedora Interest Group 3A: Islandora
Location: Regency A
Chair: Nick Ruest
 

Islandora Foundation and the Terrific Twos: An Islandora Community Update

Melissa Anez1, Mark Leggott1,2

1: Islandora Foundation, Canada; 2: University of Prince Edward Island


Developing Open Oral Histories in Islandora

Lingling Jiang1, Kim Pham1, Kirsta Stapelfeldt1, Edward Garrett2

1: University of Toronto; 2: Pinedrop


The Learning in Neural Circuits Research Environment: Managing Living Specimens and Laboratory Data in Islandora

Lingling Jiang, Kim Pham, Kirsta Stapelfeldt, Blake Richards

University of Toronto

FED3B: Fedora Interest Group 3B: Hydra and Others
Location: Regency F
Chair: Michael Giarlo
 

24x7: Digital Preservation of the NLM Digital Collections

Doron Shalvi1,2, John Doyle1, John Rees1, Ben Petersen1, Felix Kong1

1: U.S. National Library of Medicine; 2: CSC, United States of America


24x7: Learning to use Fedora 4 as a BIBFRAME Linked Data Platform

Jeremy Nelson

Colorado College, United States of America


Making the SHiFt: Using Sufia with Hydra/Fedora for collection management and access

James Halliday, Juliet L. Hardesty

Indiana University, United States of America


Avalon at the Crossroads: Metadata Strategies for Time-based Media Blues

Juliet L. Hardesty

Indiana University Libraries, United States of America