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Monday, October 15 • 1:30pm - 2:25pm
#m2d: Minimal Computing

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Wolf-LOR, or what we learned developing a low cost/no cost learning objects repository
Elizabeth Joan Kelly, Lucy Rosenbloom, Michael Truran, Jim Hobbs
Loyola University New Orleans, United States of America
In 2017, librarians at Loyola University New Orleans were tasked with creating a learning objects repository for librarian liaisons, with little to no IT support for the project. This presentation will include an overview of learning object repositories, how Loyola selected an existing platform, setup and internal training, and assessment.
GitHub-Pages CollectionBuilder: Teaching & Building Digital Library Collections using Minimal Computing Techniques
Devin Becker, Evan Williamson
University of Idaho Library, United States of America
This presentation features CollectionBuilder, a Jekyll project designed for hands-on teaching about digital library foundations and lightweight digital collection development. Attendees will learn how to use the tool to build their own, stand-alone digital collections on GitHub-Pages and how to use CollectionBuilder to teach digital library/minimal computing foundations.
Digital Library Technology, Social Impact, and the Developing World
Frederick Zarndt(1), Heather Greer Klein(2), Bill Branan(2), Becky Santora(1), Damaris Sirengo(1), Maureen Chebet(1)
1: Digital Divide Data, United States of America; 2: DuraSpace, United States of America
It’s unlikely that you associate the slums of Nairobi with digital library software, technology, and content, but Digital Divide Data and DuraSpace have begun a collaboration in which talented young women and men from these slums are optimizing DSpace performance and creating content for digital libraries around the world.
Minimal Computing for Digital Image Collections: The Case of Wax
Alexander Gil, Mariel Nyröp
Columbia University Libraries, United States of America
A debut presentation to the DLF community of Jekyll Wax: a minimal computing stack for publishing iiif-compliant, digital image collections and exhibitions focused on low-cost, durability and flexibility. We present the workflow, showcase real-world implementations, and consider the overall strategies that gave rise to Wax at Columbia University.

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Joy M. Banks

Program Officer, CLIR
I help administrate the Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives and the Recordings at Risk regranting programs. My duties range from applicant and recipient support to assessment. My professional background weaves through the LAM world with experience in cataloging/metadata... Read More →

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Devin Becker

Head, Data and Digital Services, University of Idaho Library
University of Idaho Library
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Elizabeth Kelly

Digital Programs Coordinator, Loyola University New Orleans
Elizabeth Kelly, Digital Programs Coordinator at Loyola University New Orleans, manages digitization activities for Special Collections & Archives and is also responsible for collecting, maintaining, and assessing usage data for the library’s digitized collections. Kelly publishes... Read More →
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Heather Greer Klein

Outreach & Engagement Coordinator for Services, LYRASIS
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Lucy Rosenbloom

Systems Librarian, Loyola University New Orleans
Lucy Rosenbloom is the Systems Librarian at Loyola University New Orleans.
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Evan Williamson

Digital Infrastructure Librarian, University of Idaho Library

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