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Monday, October 15 • 1:30pm - 2:25pm
#m2b: Making the Migration

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The Voyage of a Digital Collections Assessment at University of Michigan (or How to Go Bonkers Examining 290+ All at Once)
Lauren Havens
University of Michigan, United States of America
In preparation for migrating our University of Michigan digital collections to a new platform, we are conducting a full assessment. We are identifying how collections can migrate, what could cause problems during migration, and underlying legal concerns. We want to share and collaborate on our voyage with the DLF community.
Using DevOps Tools for Migrating the Louisiana Digital Library
Cara Key, Mike Waugh
LSU Libraries
LSU Libraries migrated the Louisiana Digital Library to Islandora, using DevOps tools and strategies from software development, such as Ansible, Vagrant, Git, and Trello. The presentation will illustrate how these components came together to form a reproducible migration pipeline that drove the success of the project.
Bridge2Hyku: Developing Migration Strategies and Tools
Anne Washington(1), Dean Seeman(2), Todd Crocken(1), Santi Thompson(1), Sean Watkins(1), Andrew Weidner(1), Annie Wu(1)
1: University of Houston Libraries, United States of America; 2: University of Victoria Libraries, Canada
Presenters will outline the key phases that make up the IMLS-funded Bridge2Hyku Toolkit project plan and share the work completed to date. The first phases of the project produced a report on partners’ digital collections environments, a Hyku features report, and early toolkit content.
Right-Sizing a Repository: Balancing Capacity and Vision
Tyler Mobley
College of Charleston, United States of America
This presentation seeks to explore the questions we ask ourselves when making decisions in the construction of open-source digital libraries and how we answer those questions to balance capacity and vision and find the ‘right’-sized repository for our institutions.
Transforming External Legacy Metadata for ArchivesSpace: A Labor of Love
Bria Parker
University of Maryland, United States of America
In this presentation I will outline the challenges of transforming a database-dump of metadata for University of Maryland Libraries' AFL-CIO collection for import into ArchivesSpace. I will describe the tools and processes used, and how I had to adapt tools and previously established processes for migrating other legacy metadata.

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Daniel Noonan

Digital Preservation Librarian, The Ohio State University
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Becky Thoms

Head of Digital Initiatives, Utah State University

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Lauren Havens

Project Manager for Digital Collections, University of Michigan
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Cara Key

Metadata & Digital Strategies Librarian, Louisiana State University
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Tyler Mobley

Digital Services Coordinator, College of Charleston
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Bria Parker

Head, Discovery and Metadata Services, University of Maryland Libraries
University of Maryland
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Dean Seeman

Head of Metadata, University of Victoria
Head of Metadata at University of Victoria Libraries.
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Anne Washington

Metadata Services Coordinator, University of Houston Libraries
Anne Washington is the Coordinator of Metadata Services at the University of Houston Libraries, where she is responsible for managing metadata creation and maintenance for the University of Houston Digital Library and other repository services. Her research interests include technologies... Read More →

Monday October 15, 2018 1:30pm - 2:25pm PDT
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